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 Grade 4 Module 5: Fraction Equivalence, Ordering, and Operations In this 40day module, students build on their Grade 3 work with unit fractions as they explore fraction equivalence and extend this...

 Grade 5 Module 3: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions In Module 3, students' understanding of addition and subtraction of fractions extends from earlier work with fraction equivalence and decimals...

 Objective: Make equivalent fractions with the number line, the area model, and numbers.

 Objective: Make equivalent fractions with sums of fractions with like denominators.

 Objective: Use the area model and multiplication to show the equivalence of two fractions.

 Objective: Reason using benchmarks to compare two fractions on the number line.

 Objective: Subtract fractions from numbers between 1 and 2.

 Objective: Explain fraction equivalence using a tape diagram and the number line, and relate that to the use of multiplication and division.

 Objective: Use the area model and multiplication to show the equivalence of two fractions.

 Objective: Use the area model and division to show the equivalence of two fractions.

 Objective: Reason using benchmarks to compare two fractions on the number line.

 Objective: Find common units or number of units to compare two fractions.

 Objective: Use the area model and division to show the equivalence of two fractions.

 Objective: Find common units or number of units to compare two fractions.

 Objective: Compare fractions greater than 1 by creating common numerators or denominators.

 Objective: Compare fractions greater than 1 by reasoning using benchmark fractions.