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# Concept-Based Learning | Fractions

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 Live tutor led group lessons 1 hour per week (6 in total) Self-study time  2 – 3 hours per week Pass mark 85%
 Start Date: Monday 12th of  June 2023 5:30pm to 6:30pm (UK time) Sofia
 Pupils will be assigned homework to complete.
 The Concept-Based Learning | Fractions course, helps pupils explore the numbers that exists between numbers. This course will make explicit the idea of one whole in a variety of contexts, building on the concept and pupils’ prior innate knowledge of discreet and continuous measurement. For instance, one whole apple and a basket full of apples both constitute one whole. Also a jug full of apple juice this too is one whole, which leads to yet another concept of measurements. This course is ideal for students who want to deepen their understanding of the concept of fractions. This course is especially suitable for pupils studying towards achieving grades 3, 4 and 5 in Maths GCSE. Key Stage 2/3: Years 6, 7, 8 and 9 GCSE Foundation Maths grades 3, 4 and 5 Functional skills Maths level 1 & 2

### What Will You Learn?

• Recognise the use of fractions.
• Recognise fraction as part of the whole.
• Define numerator and denominator.
• Define proper and improper fraction. Giving examples.
• Describe like and unlike fractions using diagrams.
• Convert improper fractions into top heavy fractions.
• Convert proper fractions into mixed numbers.
• Find fraction of a quantity.
• Add fractions with the same denominator.
• Subtract fractions with the same denominator

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