Everest - Tuesday
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This lesson will teach you different methods for multiplying a fraction by a whole number.
We will learn two different methods for multiplying mixed numbers and improper fractions.
It is always useful to learn more than one method. Then, you can choose which one you prefer to use to solve different problems accurately and with confidence.
Mixed numbers are numbers that we write with a whole number part and a fraction part.
Improper fractions are fractions with a numerator greater than the denominator.
Watch the video below for examples on how to multiply simple fractions with whole numbers:
Now watch the second part of the video. Here we will think about two methods for multiplying a mixed number by a whole number.
Click here for a practice sheet that all students should be give a try.
Click on this link here for a further sheet to deepen your understanding:
Greater depth students please answer questions 5 - 9
The rest of the class please answer questions 1 - 4
Who was Tutankhamun?
Pharaohs were the kings of Ancient Egypt. They ruled over the land, collected taxes from the people, enforced the law and led the Egyptian army against invaders.
Tutankhamun reigned for roughly ten years. He died around the age of 18 and was buried in a tomb in the Valley of the Kings.
His burial place was hidden for many centuries. The Egyptologist Howard Carter discovered it in 1922. It contained many amazing artefacts, including Tutankhamun’s famous golden death mask, a chariot and a dagger made from meteorite iron!
Watch the video below to learn about Tutankhamun, one of Ancient Egypt's most famous Pharaohs.
Below are clip s of some of Egypts most famous Pharaohs.
Ramesses II (also known as Ramesses the Great.
Make your own Tutankhamun mask.
Download the ancient Egyptian headdress here, colour it in, cut out the central portion and declare yourself a pharaoh!
Extra Maths Resource!!!
What I'm uploading here does not need to be completed, however if there are certain types of questions that you are stuck on when you do the maths work, you can always refer to this booklet as well. Please download it by clicking the link directly below and keep it somewhere safe on your computers.