Students will learn academic and content-area vocabulary related to different types of fractions by reading, speaking, listening, and writing about unit fractions, proper fractions, improper fractions, and decimal fractions. High-interest text with engaging photographs and diagrams provide structured and scaffolded support for all language levels. Students will read closely, think critically, and cite evidence to answer the focus question: How can you compare fractions?
Student Cards and Quizzes
Language Proficiency Level 1 and Level 2
Language Proficiency Level 3 and Level 4
Language Proficiency Level 5
- Teacher Lesson Plan with Tips for Differentiating Instruction PDF
- Teacher Reference Vocabulary Chart PDF