Middle schoolers develop an intuitive definition for symmetry after viewing a PBS video. They examine asymmetrical patterns and demonstrate their knowledge by changing them to symmytrical.
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New Review From Ratio Tables to Double Number Line Diagrams
How much sugar is in one bottle? Pupils use double number line diagrams to determine the amount of sugar in a 1L bottle of cola. The teacher leads a discussion on ways that double number lines can be of assistance in solving a problem...
6th Math CCSS: Designed
New Review Percent Increase and Decrease
Increase the percent of pupils that are fluent in solving change problems with an activity that asks class members to look at problems that involve either increases or decreases and to express the change in terms of the percent of the...
7th Math CCSS: Designed
Define Unit Rate Using Double Number Line
Show your learners what a unit rate means by introducing it with a double number line. The video demonstrates a unit rate with this method and how it helps to understand other common ratios of that same unit rate. Video is last in a...
5 mins 6th - 7th Math CCSS: Designed
Solve Rate Problems Using Double Number Lines
Sometimes a visual is the best way to see how two ratios relate to one another. This video introduces a double number line to organize information about how many lawns Avery can mow in four hours. The double number line allows learners...
6 mins 5th - 7th Math CCSS: Designed
Solve Ratio Problems Using Double Number Lines
Organization is the best way to make sure that ratios are set up correctly to be proportional. This video reviews how to solve ratio problems with addition and multiplication, shown in more detail in the prior two videos of this series,...
4 mins 5th - 8th Math CCSS: Designed
See How They Run!: The 100 Meter Dash
Are you as fast as Usain Bolt? Class members time each other running the 100-meter dash, then analyze the data using different graphical representations. They then draw conclusions by comparing different sample sets and seeing how they...
6th - 8th Math CCSS: Designed