Course 3 of NHPT*
Make Me or Break Me: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions, Decimals, Integers, and Rational Numbers
“Make Me or Break Me” focuses on individuals who spend time with those who are different. The ways of numbers rub off on each other from their time spent together, but division of these friendships won’t always be as simple. Help individuals make new friends and gain new habits…or break away from others once they get their points across!
*This course was intended to be completed without the use of a calculator in order to build fluency in computational skills.
Course Skill Sets, Objectives, and Essential Questions
Skill Set 1
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
To multiply fractions
To divide fractions
What is the process for dealing with a fraction “times” a fraction, and what steps must take place when division occurs?
Skill Set 2
Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
To multiply decimals
To multiply decimals
What is the process for dealing with a decimal “times” a decimal, and what steps must take place when division occurs?
Skill Set 3
Multiplying and Dividing Integers
To multiply integers
To divide integers
What is the process for dealing with an integer “times” an integer, and what steps must take place when division occurs?
Skill Set 4
Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers
To multiply rational numbers
To divide rational numbers
What is the process for multiplying signed fractions and decimals, and what steps must take place when division occurs?
Other Info About Course 3NHPT
This course includes:
- 1.7 learning hours with 31 problems presented
- 36 practice problems, all with video solutions that play when problems are missed
- 3 scenario-based activities/questionnaires
- 1 writing prompt
- 1 review game
- Video solutions accessible for every review problem
- 1 final assessment
Students earn a badge and a certificate for course completion. Students can also earn a certificate for scoring 80% or above on the final assessment and a badge for earning a perfect score!
Suggested Number of Sessions: Sixteen (16) 30-minute sessions, eleven (11) 45-minute sessions, or eight (8) 60-minute sessions