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#### Comparing Strategies for Proportion Problems

Having problems with proportions? Then solve these proportion problems with an exercise that asks learners to first individually solve a set of problems involving ratios and proportional reasoning. Groups then discuss provided sample...

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#### Analyze Proportional Relationships and Use Them to Solve Real-World Problems

What proportion of learners will benefit from the lessons on proportional reasoning? class members learn about proportional relationships, from unit rates to writing equations for proportional relationships. Then they learn to use...

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#### Identify the Constant of Proportionality in Graphs

The idea of the constant of proportionality might sound confusing at first, but the video shares how simple it can be. Watch how the unit rate is calculated through the use of coordinates on a graph. The lesson shares the formula for the...

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#### Exercising in Space

Using the CEVIS space bike as a context, groups work together to calculate the settings required for astronauts to reach their necessary exercise. Pupils calculate the prescribed exercise settings and complete the last section, which can...

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#### Ratio and Proportion

Do these items have the same ratio? Through a learning contract, pupils master proportions by practicing proportions via word problems, graphs, and with manipulatives. An exit ticket checks for understanding at the end of the...

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#### Leaky Faucets

Middle school mathematicians get their turn at home ownership as they track down leaky faucets in this activity on proportional reasoning. Throughout the activity and its provided scaffolding worksheets, learners use equivalent ratios...

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#### Proportional Reasoning

Rates, ratios, and proportions get the star treatment in this detailed and extensive pre-algebra unit. The main performance activity comes in several parts and thoroughly covers much of the standard curriculum involving proportional...

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#### Representing and Interpreting Proportional Relationships

The class gets valuable practice evaluating and analyzing linear relationship in this group of activities. Interpreting rate of change in algebraic and graphical ways is presented in a non-intimidating and natural way, using realistic...

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#### Slippery Slopes

The class will slide right into a clearer understanding of linear equations in this set of activities. By presenting slope in a variety of contexts, the emphasis rests clearly on the relationships that lead to the number. Learners turn...

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#### 7th Grade Math "I Can" Statement Posters

Translate the Common Core math standards into a series of achievable "I can" statements with this collection of classroom displays. Offering posters for each standard, this resource is a great way to support your seventh graders as they...

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#### 7th Grade Math Common Core Checklist

With so many math standards to fit into a school year, it can be difficult keeping track of what you have and have not covered. This collection of Common Core checklists allows you to maintain a running record of when each standard was...

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#### Fraction and Decimal Word Problems No Problem!

Searching for a way to improve young mathematicians' problem solving skills? Look no further. This comprehensive collection of word problem worksheets has exactly what you need to help students apply their understanding of fractions,...

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#### Mathematical Treasure Hunt

The hunt is on! Young mathematicians follow clues and complete a series of ten math puzzles as they try to crack Dr. Integer's code and find the location of his hidden treasure.

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#### Graphing Proportional Relationshps

How long will it take to save up for those $150.00 shoes? Shoppers use proportional relationships to determine the answer based on a savings of $7.00 per week. They also graph and come up with an algebraic equation for the relationship...

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#### Study Jams! Proportions

Join Zoe and Sam as they use proportions to budget money for their Green Earth Club. Watch as they set up and solve a series of proportions using cross multiplication and division. A great resource that brings together prior knowledge of...

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#### Let's Bounce!

Number crunchers consider three different types of balls and come up with formulas for comparing their drop heights to their bounce heights. For each, they determine a constant of proportionality and succeed in addressing one of the...

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#### Triple Crown

Bring the excitement of the fastest minute in sports into your classroom with a worksheet about the Triple Crown horse races. Young mathematicians will use information about the races, fun facts about horses, interesting information...

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#### Beginning Rates of Change

Giddayup! How can we represent how far a horse can trot within a certain amount of time? Show it on a graph! After examining this example, math classes crate their own "stories" for different tables of time and distance data, and then...

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#### FCAT Real World Solving Linear Equations/Systems

Pupils relate real life situation to the equations, graphs and inequalities. They model real life scenarios using matrices and draw conclusions from their data. This lesson plan is aligned with FCAT.

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#### Grade 6: Exploring c/d = pi

Introduce your math class to the perimeter of a circle. Teach them that pi describes the relationship between the circumference and the diameter. As a hands-on investigation, pairs or small groups use string to compare these two values...

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#### Perplexing Puzzle

In collaborative groups, math scholars put together an eight-piece puzzle. Individuals then take a piece of it and crate an enlarged version. When they attempt to put their larger puzzle together, it most likely won't work! They discover...