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Are They Proportional? (Word Problems Included)
In this 3 day-workshop students will be able to read and identify proportional relationships using a graph & using equivalent ratios as well as to write an argument with supporting evidence to explain their choices.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
$30 per class
Meets 3x per week
Over 1 week
60 minutes per class
US Grade 6 - 9
Day #1 Objective Students will be able to recognize patterns of regularity in the graphs of proportional relationships. Big Idea The ideas of scale factor and equivalent ratios show up in the graph as the constant of proportionality. Intro & Rationale The key to this lesson is not rushing through it. It is really important to follow student thinking and explore the ideas they come up with. Allowing students to discover the patterns on their own helps them internalize the information....
This lesson provides data about different tile designs to students in a variety of ways, in a table, in a graph, and in statements. Students need to determine which of the designs used the same proportions of black and white tiles. This is a good way to get students to choose an appropriate mathematical tool, either the graph or simplified ratios or both. They will also have to write an argument with supporting evidence to explain their choices. The questions "how do you know?" and "what makes you say that?" and "what could you do with this information/data to help you decide?" are the teachers most useful tool in this lesson.
Students will be issued homework based on the documents below attached every night.
They students will need graph paper, colored pencils and a ruler.
3 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meet the teacher
I am currently a 7th and 8th grade Math and Science Middle School Teacher and truly love what I am doing. When it comes to teaching, I believe it is about developing strong relationships that tap into students' passions and provide relevancy to...