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  • Maria Carmela Sanchez

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    June 1, 2020 at 7:37 am

    I enjoyed the animation of this fraction module.

    Using concrete objects – real or play, fraction strips, fraction bars, number rods, or pictorial representations would greatly help our learners have a deeper understanding of fractions from the basics to the comparison of fractions. Giving them a problem to solve at the start of the lesson would also improve their thinking, analytical, and reasoning skills.

    Making a connection of maths strands would also increase their understanding and fluency and spark their curiosity for maths.