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Monday, 4 September 2017

Work Book

This week for math we had to do 2 workbook one was to Find equivalent of a fractions and the anther was to Multiplying fractions. Multiplying fractions  was fun I worked with yana. Find equivalent fractions . Was hard but we did it Here is my 2 workbooks

4 comments:

  1. Hey Summer. Well done on challenging yourself to have a go at finding equivalent fractions and working with Yana. I am really impressed at the effort you are putting into your maths. What was the hardest part about finding equivalent fractions? Miss H

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  2. Hi Summer,
    My name is Alexis and I go to Paihia School. I really like your equivalent fractions. It taught me how to use equivalent fractions. Was it hard making the slide of equivalent fractions?

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  3. Hello Summer,
    My name is Molly and I go to Paihia School. I like your equivalent fractions presentation, your instructions are very clear. The examples are easy to follow as well. Keep on posting!

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  4. Bula, Summer,

    While exploring your blog I came across this post on how to multiply fractions and how to find equivalent fractions. This is a really helpful way to introduce these two topics to new students. Students who don’t know a lot about finding equivalent fractions and multiplying fractions should now know and understand how to use them after reading your posts. In particular myself, who has learnt this topic but needs a little reminding on how to use it. After reading your post I now know how to multiply fractions and find equivalent fractions.

    One thing in particular I think that next time you could make the first paragraph that's introducing your topic a little clear and easy for people to understand. Instead of using numbers to explain how many work books you did you could use words. Example two workbooks. Also in the introducing paragraph it would of been easier to read if you had of used that same sized font not just random sizes. There's a couple times in the first paragraph where you have double spaced a few times within your paragraph.

    Other than your first introducing paragraph I think that you have done very well with this piece of work. This is a great learning tool for students who are not familiar with these type of mathematical equations. Just maybe next time it would of been better if you could make the starting paragraph make sense. In return it would be amazing if you could come check out my blog and maybe leave a comment two? Here's the link to my blog: My Blog Link



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Thank-you for your positive, thoughtful, helpful comment.