Year 4

# Taking fractions further

## Lessons (23)

• In this lesson, we will build and compare different wholes from different unit fractions that have the same length. We will use mathematical vocabulary to make statements of comparison.
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• In this lesson, we build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent different lengths.
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• In this lesson, we will build and compare different wholes from different unit fractions that represent the same quantity.
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• In this lesson, we will build and compare different wholes from different unit fractions that represent different quantites.
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• In this lesson, we will represent non-unit fractions in given wholes. We will shade shapes to represent different non-unit fractions, and create mathematical statements about each shape.
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• In this lesson, we will represent different non-unit fractions in the same given whole. We will compare the relative size of each non-unit fraction.
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• In this lesson, we willl reason about non-fraction units in different contexts. We will determine whether statements about how much of a shape or set is shaded are true.
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• In this lesson, we will generalise about fractions equivalent to one whole. We will make statements that compare the numerator and denominator of fractions equivalent to one whole.
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• In this lesson, we will visualise and estimate non-unit fractions using a variety of visual representations.
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• In this lesson, we will represent fractions as numbers on a numberline. We determine where on a number line a unit fraction might sit, and compare fractional representations in different formats.
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• In this lesson, we will represent fractions as numbers on a numberline. We look at fractions with a numerator greater than 1, and where they would sit on a suitable numberline. We also look at how to construct a suitable segmented numberline based upon the fraction we are looking at.
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• In this lesson, we will build fluency of counting fractions using a range of representations. We will practise determining how many equal segments a shape is divided into, and how many are shaded.
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• In this lesson, we will begin to write repeated addition equations to represent non-unit fractions. We will use addition to determine how many equal segments of a shape are shaded.
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• In this lesson, we will practise writing repeated addition equations of unit fractions. We will use fraction strips and bar model diagrams to help us determine the size of fractions.
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• In this lesson, we will investigate which non-unit fractions have the same unit value as 1 whole. We will generalise a pattern around how we can tell whether a non-unit fraction is equal to a whole.
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• In this lesson, we will compare non-unit fractions which have the same numerator or the same denominator.
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• In this lesson, we will compare two fractions using knowledge of equivalence to 1 whole.
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• In this lesson, we will use a variety of methods to compare two fractions with the same denominator. We will use mathematical vocabulary such as greater than and less than.
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• In this lesson, we will investigate how we can compare the relative sizes of two fractions with the same denominator using visual representations such as bar models.
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• In this lesson, we will order several non-unit fractions with the same denominator and apply this understanding to worded fraction problems.
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