# Ch 12: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Introduction to Fractions

Brush up on the fundamentals of fractions in preparation for the ORELA Middle Grades Math exam. Explore these lessons that include text and video lessons as well as self-assessment quizzes.

## ORELA Middle Grades Math: Introduction to Fractions - Chapter Summary

You can use this chapter to review the parts of a fraction, as well as brush up on solving problems that ask you to convert between improper fractions and mixed number forms or finding the least common denominator. Specifically, the lessons in this chapter prepare you to answer questions on:

• Types of fractions
• Raising and reducing fractions
• Connecting fractions and decimals
• Least common denominators
• Ordering fractions
• Comparing figures using the number line
• Converting fractions

Each lesson includes a short and engaging video lesson as well as a video transcript and multiple-choice quiz. You can easily re-review any parts of the videos that need a second look with the included video tags.

### ORELA Middle Grades Math: Introduction to Fractions - Chapter Objectives

The ORELA Middle Grades Math test assesses the knowledge and skills of prospective teachers seeking a credential for teaching middle school math in the state of Oregon. The computer-based test is four hours and 15 minutes long and includes 150 multiple-choice questions. Information covered in this chapter is part of the number sense and operations content area, which makes up 17% of the test questions. Before taking this test, you should be able to answer a variety of problems that include fractions. Review for these questions through the engaging videos in this chapter, and practice for the exam with questions that are similar to the types of questions find on the actual test with this chapter's quizzes.

8 Lessons in Chapter 12: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Introduction to Fractions
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Chapter Practice Exam
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