Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Videos: Fraction Fundamentals

Fractional Tutorials! Fun with Seesaw




Enjoy our fraction movies!



Josh and Kaya teach unit fractions. 





Preston and Cora teach halves. 





Ariana, Cora, and Amanda teach equal shares. 








Caitlyn and Kaya  teach equivalent fractions. 









Amanda and Ariana teach "Missing Pieces Strategy". 











Payden and Elie teach equivalent fractions. 








Josh and Payden teach equal shares. 









Dawson and Dylan B. teach "Missing Pieces Strategy". 






Tre and Elie teach comparing fractions. 









Allie and Kaya (and Buck and Maggie) teach "Same Denominator Strategy". 






Hayden and Nolan teach "Same Denominator Strategy". 









Cora and Kaya teach "Same Denominator Strategy". 








Alie and Brianna teach "Same Denominator Strategy". 







Brianna and Enzo teach "Same Denominator Strategy". 








Elie and Ariana teach "Same NumeratorStrategy". 







Nolan and Brianna teach fractional data. 







Payden and Caitlyn teach "Same Numerator Strategy". 







What did you learn from our videos?

What did you learn while making a video? 








1 comment:

  1. April (Dylan B.'s Mom)March 21, 2017 at 10:27 PM

    Dear Mrs. Yollis and Class,

    I really enjoyed watching your fraction videos. I was very impressed with how the students took turns explaining the problem and solution within each video. Equally impressive was how everyone showed their work.

    Watching these videos taught me that drawing photos to illustrate the fraction problem will help make the problem easier to understand and solve.

    @Class - did creating these videos give you a better understanding of fractions?

    - April (Dylan B.'s mom)

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