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This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions of proportional relationships.
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Also included in: 7th Grade Math Card Sort Activity Lessons and Cut & Paste Activities BUNDLE

Bundle of 7 editions of Equation Exchange Performance Task for 7th grade
In the Equation Exchange Performance Task, students use real pricing data from around the world for their favorite technology product to practice writing and evaluating equations in an engaging, real world context. Students ta

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This lesson really helps students determine what a proportion is all about. The lesson covers the following topics: cross products, constant of proportionality, graphing. Throughout the lesson, students are given examples of relationships that are proportional as well as examples of relationships

Practice using ratios and proportions in the context of the historical Oregon Trail! Convert units, use distance=(rate)(time), and practice forming a strong argument using mathematical evidence!
Depending on the level of the students, this activity can be used in grades 6-9 to introduce, assess, or

This is a great, fun resource to introduce students to proportions. It takes students step by step on how to solve proportions with real world word problems.

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In this powerfully engaging activity students of all skill levels will study standard and nonstandard tangrams to determine the values of the pieces. Students will compare the pieces to see how they relate to one another as fractions, decimals, percent, and areas. They will also develop geometric v

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This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to model linear relationships between two quantities, graph proportional relationships, recognize and represent inverse variations, identify the constant of proportionality, and represent the inverse variation with an equatio

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Students will solve a real world math problem by helping a store owner purchase t-shirts for the best price. Students will have to discover the constant (k) (price of 1 shirt) when given equivalent ratios of cost to quantity sale prices. Students will also have to create proportional equations

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Over 30 pages of detailed strategies help students make sense of and solve complex problems. Lots of worksheets on solving proportions, multiplying binomials, factoring simple and complex polynomials, working with perfect square trinomials and the difference of two squares, combined work problems, a

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Bundle of 6 editions of E-Book Boom Real World Performance Task for 7th grade
In the E-Book Boom Performance Task, students use real data on sales of their favorite book series to practice representing proportional relationships with equations and using equations to solve proportions, and to extend

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This is a one day lesson on Constant of Proportionality with Equations (7.RP.2c). It includes warm-up, guided notes, independent/partner practice, station/task cards, and homework. Answer keys are provided.
This resource is for use by one teacher only. Please direct any teacher that is interested i

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This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to model linear relationships between two quantities, graph proportional relationships, recognize and represent proportional relationships, identify the constant of proportionality, and represent the proportional relationship

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Also included in: 7th Grade Math Card Sort Activity Lessons and Cut & Paste Activities BUNDLE

This is an introductory lesson for scale drawings. I have included formal lesson plans with essential questions, guided notes, practice problems, homework and an exit ticket. I used the 7th Grade Math Module 1 from Engageny.org as a guide when I created this document.

This lesson includes essential questions, guided notes and an activity on changing scale factors using the students' own scale drawings.

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This cut & paste activity is intended to help you assess how well students are able to model linear relationships between two quantities, graph proportional relationships, recognize and represent proportional relationships, identify the constant of proportionality, and represent the proportional

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This is a station activity that assesses the students' knowledge of scale drawings through real world application, cooperative learning and different learning styles. I have included a formal lesson plan along with all the materials and directions needed for each station.
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This is a lesson on calculating the actual area of objects given the scale drawings. I have included formal lesson plans with essential questions, guided notes, practice problems and a project. All drawings for the project are included. There is also a homework assignment on scale drawings that in

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Students will be using the dimensions they measured for homework to create their own scale drawing.

This activity is perfectly timed for St. Patrick’s Day. Engage students with the news article and hilarious accompanying video clip describing why McDonald's recently enlisted the help of engineers to develop the "spectacularly unnecessary" STRAW (Suction Tube for Reverse Axial Withdrawal) designed

This interactive lesson combines the history of Civil War mapmakers like Jed Hotchkiss and a General's planning for encampments (Where to put cannons, tents, latrines etc.), with the mathematical calculations it takes to produce such a map. The students will work outside to accurately map an area de

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Bundle of 16 editions of Circuit Training Real World Performance Task for 7th grade
In the Circuit Training Performance Task, students use real data based on exercise routines to practice calculating using rational numbers, finding percent of a number, calculating percent increase, and to extend i

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This cut & paste activity is intended to help you assess how well students are able to model linear relationships between two quantities, graph proportional relationships, recognize and represent inverse variations, identify the constant of proportionality, and represent the inverse variation wi

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