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Math CLE Lesson

Course: EDU EED380-01, Fall 2008
School: SUNY New Paltz
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Braga Kim &amp; Michelle Verre CLE M/s/t: Fractions Lesson Title: Inch by Inch Source: http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L545 Curricular Connections: Math Materials: standard ruler for each student and activity sheet, also a blown up ruler for the board. Grade Range: 3-4 Lesson Overview: Students will use rulers to represent various fractions as lengths. Students will use a ruler to measure a...

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