# Lesson overview:Build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent the same length

- In this lesson, we will build and compare different wholes from unit fractions that represent the same length. We will use our knowledge of unit fractions to determine which whole line will be longest.

## Core Content

- In this lesson, we will build and compare different wholes from unit fractions that represent the same length. We will use our knowledge of unit fractions to determine which whole line will be longest.

## 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