# Lesson overview:Begin to use and understand the terms 'Numerator' and 'Denominator'

- In this lesson we will begin to use and understand the terms 'numerator' and 'denominator' alongside the language learnt in previous lessons.

## Core Content

- In this lesson we will begin to use and understand the terms 'numerator' and 'denominator' alongside the language learnt in previous lessons.

## Working with fractions:

- Divide and describe the same whole when divided into differing numbers of equal parts
- Understand fraction notation to represent a relationship between part and whole
- Begin to use and understand the terms 'Numerator' and 'Denominator'
- Name unit fractions and match them with the fraction notation and a representation
- Embed previous fraction work using a linear model
- Assign unit fraction names and notation to 3D representations
- Assign unit fraction names and notation to equal parts of quantities
- Recognise and reason about unit fractions in a variety of contexts
- Understand that Equal Parts Can Look Different - Area
- Understand that Equal Parts Can Look Different - Volume and Area Contexts
- Compare unit fractions using a fraction wall
- Reason about comparing unit fractions
- Compare unit fractions in a measure's context
- Can we compare unit fractions of different wholes?
- Construct a whole from a part and identify the fraction it represents
- Build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent the same length
- Build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent different lengths
- Build and compare different wholes from different unit fractions that represent the same quantity
- Build and compare different wholes from different unit fractions that represent different quantities
- Build and compare wholes when different unit fractions represent different amounts