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Let's Do Math - Multiplying Fractions with Cindy Aossey - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Adams
31:04
Julie Adams, KCM, Flemingsburg, KY
KFord Marion County
31:18
Kim Ford Marion County Kindergarten Instructional Assistant
khale
31:29
Kathy Hale Newport, KY
Dee Crescitelli
32:12
Dee Crescitelli from KCM- in Georgetown, KY. Today's presentation slides: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Cindy_Aossey-presentation2.pdf
Dee Crescitelli
32:36
Today's handouts: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Cindy_Aossey-handouts2.pdf
Juaacklyn Cunningham
37:37
B matches the red box
Julie Adams
37:52
c: would be the green 2/5 of the set
Rachel Redden
37:53
2/5 of the set is grey goes with C (yellow box)
Kelly DeLong
37:58
3/4 of the set is grey = B I see 3 sets of 3 are grey and 1 set of 3 white
Deron Hitch
37:58
Yellow ->A , Dark Green -> B Red -> B Light Green -> C
kestes
38:00
B is 3/4 of set is grey and ratio of grey to white is 3:1; Ratio of A is 2:1
Amanda Brame
38:05
a is yellow
Funda Gonulates
38:07
A: yellor
mgreene
38:11
3/4 matches b
Bonny Davenport
38:12
B, C, A, B
Bobbie Fryman
38:12
B matches the first box
Funda Gonulates
38:14
B: dark green
Rachel Redden
38:14
Sorry, green, not yellow. Apparently I’m color blind.
Lisa Riggs
38:18
B is ¾ grey
Juaacklyn Cunningham
38:23
A matches the yellow box
Amanda Brame
38:27
b is orange
mgreene
38:29
2/5 is c
Rachel Redden
38:31
Dark green goes with B
Amanda Brame
38:38
c is green
Rachel Redden
38:42
Yellow is A
Lisa Riggs
38:56
A is 2:1 grey to white
Deron Hitch
43:38
B - 3/4 is grey
Juaacklyn Cunningham
44:26
They are in correct positions.
mgreene
44:44
I agree, all correct. lol
Julie Adams
45:34
I think that would be 3 gray to one white, so matching with set B.
Deron Hitch
55:49
12 people get 9 pizzas
Deron Hitch
56:15
half the people, half the pizzas
Funda Gonulates
56:37
9/12, 4.5/6, 3/4, 1.5/2
Funda Gonulates
57:00
The numerators are pizza amounts, denominators are tables
kestes
01:01:12
I approached from perspective of intermediate students since those are students with whom I’m mostly working. I drew tables w/ people. Then started placing pizzas. Every two people got 1 pizza to start . Then, there were 6 pizza remaining so every 4 people would get another pizza.
Dee Crescitelli
01:01:51
Fair sharing, kestes!!!
kestes
01:02:06
This ended up being 3/4 of pizza per person. Yep! Fair sharing! :)
Funda Gonulates
01:03:28
I loved this fair sharing thinking sounds more realistic Kestes
Deron Hitch
01:03:33
more constant of proportionality (y = kx)
tondathompson
01:04:26
I love all the different ways to solve
Dee Crescitelli
01:06:26
All those different ways to solve mean that kids have many ways to enter the work and get to the mathematics!
Lisa Riggs
01:07:14
Thanks Cindy great problem situations!
kkilburn1
01:07:19
Thank you so much!! Liked the opportunity to hear other's thinking
Dee Crescitelli
01:07:19
https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/kcm_virtual.php#middle
Julie Adams
01:07:24
Thank you, Cindy! Brilliant as always!
jackie
01:07:28
very good critical thinking activities!
Deron Hitch
01:07:28
Great tasks!! look forward to using these!
Bonny Davenport
01:07:33
Thanks Cindy! I loved seeing all the different ways people think!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:08:01
Thank you Cindy! I love getting a chance to do some math beyond what I usually do in elementary.
kestes
01:08:02
Always love to think about mathematics! Cindy rocks!
KFord Marion County
01:08:13
Thank you!
mgreene
01:08:49
I like the different ways of thinking about the ratios. Always like the Desmos info.