Hmm looks like Kris got lost. he has posted a comment at a different post instead of creating a post. Learning curve. Here are the slides for todays class. Please comment and discuss what happened for each. Thanks

Harbeck subbing in for Kris

## Wednesday, October 3, 2007

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for each question we drew a pictures that represent each fraction so we can compare them to each other.

we had to draw a picture today to represent each fraction and describe which is smaller or larger

we drew pictures that were the same and cut them by the fractions shown on the board.

then by using the pictures and what u leanred u explain which is bigger and which one is smaller

for each question that mr.harbeck gave us, we had to tell him which fraction is larger. we had to show how we got our answer. we could show our answer in pictures, numbers, or lcd but you had to explain why you think that fraction is larger.

for each question we had to answer

which fraction was larger and we had to explain how we got the answer and why we thought it was bigger .

For each question we had to compare 2 fractions and see which one is larger, by drawing diagrams or any other way you like as long as you compare one fraction to the other one as long as you explain and show why.

For each pair of fractions, we had to decide which one was lager, and show how we got it. We drew pictures because that was the easiest way to compare the fractions. Then we came up with our answers.

For each questions that we had to answer, we had to agree and explain which fraction is larger and how we got that answer to our classmates.

for each question, we had to drew picture to show which fraction is larger and which one is smaller and we have to explained how we got the answer to our classmate.

for each slide, we drew a picture explaining which fraction is larger :)

for the fractions we did, we drew it on the board and told how we got it.

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