### Format

1. This program begins with an introduction to Professor Raab in the Math Lab.

2. We discuss a trading card as a fraction of a whole set.

3. A number line is made, and fraction tiles are used to represent the trading cards in a collection.

4. A clock is divided into fourths, and a number line is created from fraction tiles to measure time with fractions.

5. Unit fractions are counted as a timeline is built on a number line, to show that fractions continue beyond one whole.

6. The Fraction Hero video is shown.

7. Students must use their number line to make inferences about how long Fraction Hero can survive a Deadly Trap from his nemesis, Captain Irrational.

8. The time numberline is divided into unit fractions of halves and twelfths to show points of Equivalent Fractions on the number line.

9. The Intergalactic Olympics video is shown.

10. Students keep score of long jump and shot put events by marking distances from zero on their number lines.

### Objectives

Among the learning objectives are:

Place Unit Fractions on a Number Line with Endpoints 0 and 1 (Lesson 14)

Place Any Fraction on a Number Line with Endpoints 0 and 1 (Lesson 15)

Practice Placing Various Fractions on the Number Line (Lesson 17)

Compare Fractions and Whole Numbers on the Number Line by Reasoning About Their Distance From 0 (Lesson 18)

Understand Distance and Position on the Number Line as Strategies for Comparing Fractions (Lesson 19)

Recognize and Show That Equivalent Fractions Refer to the Same Point on the Number Line (Lesson 21)

Generate Simple Equivalent Fractions by Using Visual Fraction Models (E.g., Fraction Strips) and the Number Line (Lesson 22)

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Standards Alignment

#### National Standards

**National** Common Core Standards

**3. NF.2**: Understand a fraction as a number on the number line; represent fractions on a number line diagram.

#### State Standards

**New York State Learning Standards**

From EngageNY

This program works with Topics D and E of Module 5.

Standards: 3.NF.2a, 3.NF.2b, 3.NF.3c, d.NF.3d, 3.NF.3a, 3.NF.3b

Among the learning objectives are:

Place Unit Fractions on a Number Line with Endpoints 0 and 1 (Lesson 14)

Place Any Fraction on a Number Line with Endpoints 0 and 1 (Lesson 15)

Practice Placing Various Fractions on the Number Line (Lesson 17)

Compare Fractions and Whole Numbers on the Number Line by Reasoning About Their Distance From 0 (Lesson 18)

Understand Distance and Position on the Number Line as Strategies for Comparing Fractions (Lesson 19)

Recognize and Show That Equivalent Fractions Refer to the Same Point on the Number Line (Lesson 21)

Generate Simple Equivalent Fractions by Using Visual Fraction Models (E.g., Fraction Strips) and the Number Line (Lesson 22)