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In this lesson students evaluate expressions and consider how the Order of Operations changes the value of the expressions.

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Drew Polly
07/27/2020
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This lesson uses the area model to support students' work with adding fractions with unlike denominators. This is remixable if you add ideas to support the range of learners.

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Drew Polly
11/16/2019
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This lesson uses the area model to support students' work with adding fractions with unlike denominators. This is remixable if you add ideas to support the range of learners.

*Additional resources were added to provide an online component for students to create an area model.

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Mathematics
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LINDY KIRKMAN
12/02/2019
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This lesson provides opportunities for students to compare and order decimals, add and subtract decimals, and estimate the reasonableness of sums and differences of decimals. This is remixable if you add additional supports for the range of learners.

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Mathematics
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Drew Polly
11/16/2019
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This lesson allows students to explore and make sense conceptually of the order of operations. This is remixable if you provide additional supports for the range of learners.

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Mathematics
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Drew Polly
11/16/2019
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In this lesson, students will use nautical flags to apply their understanding of addition and subtraction of fractions with unlike denominators within context. This is remixable if you provide additional supports for the range of learners.

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Mathematics
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Drew Polly