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Which subjectMathematics
What topic
What length (min)30
What age groupYear or Grade 9
Class size20
What curriculum
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Lesson plan

Objectives

Materials

Grade Level and Subject

National Curriculum

Class Information

Lesson Structure

Step Number Step Title Length Details
1 Review of like denominators 5 min Using fraction bars, have students identify the denominator and numerator of a specific fraction and then find another fraction with the same denominator
2 Introduction of adding fractions 5 min Show an example of adding fractions with like denominators on the whiteboard
3 Guided practice 10 min Students will use fraction strips or circles to add fractions with like denominators, with teacher assistance
4 Independent practice 7 min Students will complete a practice problems worksheet
5 Checking homework 2 min Review answers to a homework assignment from the previous lesson, without requiring students to present it
6 Conclusion and review 1 min Recap the addition and subtraction of fractions with like denominators

Assessment

Lesson script

Lesson script

Introduction

Teacher: Good afternoon class. Today we are going to learn about adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators.

Review of Like Denominators

Teacher: Let's start with a quick review. Using fraction bars, who can tell me how to identify the denominator and numerator of a specific fraction? (Pause for a couple of seconds for students to answer).

Student 1: The top number is the numerator and the bottom number is the denominator.

Teacher: Great job! Now let's find another fraction with the same denominator. (Wait for students to respond).

Introduction of Adding Fractions

Teacher: Now we are going to learn how to add fractions with like denominators. (Write an example on the whiteboard).

Teacher: We have 1/2 plus 1/2. If we add the numerators, we get 2. And the denominator stays the same. So the answer is 2/2 or 1. Does anyone have any questions?

Guided Practice

Teacher: Now we are going to practice adding fractions with like denominators using fraction strips or circles. (Distribute the materials). Please add 3/4 and 2/4. (Ask for a volunteer to solve the problem on the board).

Teacher: Good job! Can someone explain how they solved the problem?

Student 2: We added the numerators and kept the same denominator.

Teacher: Excellent explanation. Now everyone tries the problem on their own. (Wait for students to finish).

Independent Practice

Teacher: Our next activity is to complete a practice problems worksheet on adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators in simplest form. You have 7 minutes to finish these problems. (Distribute the worksheet).

Checking Homework

Teacher: Let's review the answers to the homework assignment from the previous lesson. (Display the answers on the board).

Teacher: Excellent job, everyone!

Conclusion and Review

Teacher: Let's recap what we have learned today. What is the key takeaway from today's lesson? (Wait for students to respond).

Student 3: We learned how to add and subtract fractions with like denominators.

Teacher: Yes, that's right! Thank you and have a great day!