- Great for online learning and distance learning!Get your students successfully REPRESENTING RATIOS AND RATES WITH TABLES AND GRAPHS with this PowerPoint Presentation. This lesson begins with a focused mini-lesson and guided practice questions. It concludes with a lesson quiz and exit ticket to ass
6th Grade Math- Ratios, Rates, Tables, and GraphsStudents will be instructed on the main vocabulary terms in the lessonRatioQuantityRateUnit RateEquivalent RatiosStudents will work through examples and practice problems to learn how to use equivalent ratios and ratio tables to solve problems and mak
Riddles are a great way to make a boring worksheet fun. However, I found students knew the answer to the riddle and just chose the answers to fill in the letters without doing any of the math. This way, students have to create the riddle before they can answer it.* Perfect for centers, homework or i
This foldable provides students with 3 practice problems. Given a scenario, they will complete a table then graph the relationship.
This foldable is PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Works great during whole group/ guided instruction, as a centers activity, class work assignment, or even a
This activity will require students to identify the unit rate in tables and graphs and use the unit rate to write the correct equation. Students will have a blast playing this mathematical version of who dunnit to solve a murder mystery!
NOTE: This activity only includes equations for lines that st
In this activity, students will solve ten problems at different stations requiring them to compare the rates of change between linear functions given in graphs, equations, and tables. This activity includes ten printable stations, a recording sheet, and an answer key.
This is a cooperative group, 2-3 day task that will challenge students to APPLY knowledge of many algebraic concepts. If your administrators are looking to evaluate you for student led discussion and teacher questioning...this is a great activity to use. Announced or even unannounced observations
#distancelearning #distancelearningtpt This 8- question (26 part) self-grading, digital assignment for use with Google Forms and Google Classroom provides students practice working with tables and graphs of ratios and rates. Students will be presented with a scenerio and they must complete the tabl
This is the 2nd lesson for the Unit on Ratios and Rates, Ratios in Tables and Graphs. Use the Guided Notes to offer scaffolded guidance to students about Ratios and Rates. Use the Practice worksheet to give students time to practice the skills, using focused support.Bundles for each lesson, as well
This is a 10 problem worksheet. Students are asked to tell if the graph or table is proportional and why. Students are then asked, for the proportional relationships, to name the unit rate. Please check out the preview file.
This lesson includes a guided notes handout, practice worksheets, an exit ticket, and a next-day warm-up problem. Students will determine the slope of lines and calculate the rate of change of linear functions from tables, graphs, and coordinate points. Mathematical and applied situations are includ
A scaffolded assignment where students determine if relationships are proportional or not proportional and find unit rates. Examples are explained before students work on 24 practice problems with answer key and sheet. Link to GOOGLE FORM included for distance learning!
Students will find the unit rate to help them complete a table of values that they will have to graph on a coordinate plane. Students will also have to explain how unit rates help them complete ratio tables and how to graph information on a coordinate plane. Furthermore, students will have to create
This "Differentiated Mystery Picture Color Activity: Average Rate of Change" is a fun worksheet that unlocks a secret picture once students complete the problems! Every correct answer provides a clue to color the grid and reveal a mystery image. There are more clues than there are problems, so stude
This resource provides examples of finding unit rate from tables and graphs, and analyzing the answers through a fun two part activity - part 1 is a word search and part 2 is an animal mystery. My 8th graders enjoyed this activity, with partners they completed both in about 25 minutes. An answer key
This is a quick practice exercise that you can use with your students during your 7th grade Ratios and Proportions unit. Given a rate in context, students will complete a rate table, identify the unit rate, graph the relationship, write an equation that models the relationship, and describe one poi
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Students are given either a table, a graph or an equation and asked to product either a table, a graph or an equation that represents a linear equation with the same constant rate.
This reinforces the idea that there is more than one way to represent the same linear equation.
This is a group activity. Each question has each of the following:Finding slope using a graphFinding slope using two pointsFinding slope using a tableAll students in the same group will work out number one at the same time. One will be finding slope using a graph, one will be finding slope using t