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In this amazing 6th Grade Common Core Ratio and Proportions Objectives Posters Set you will find several different versions for your math journals depending on your needs and desires. I have included a one page portrait version that has all of the items included and then split the objectives into two sets---part one only involves whole numbers, while part two add fractions, decimals, and percents. I have then created a half page version of each that will copy two to a page as I prefer that size for my math journals. I have then included a full size poster for each of the objectives and a cover page as well.

The following objectives are included on individual posters:

I can quickly and efficiently solve factor puzzles.

I can define and give examples of rates and rate situations.

I can define and calculate a unit rate, unit price, or constant speed.

I can define and write a ratio in multiple formats.

I can compare and contrast a rate table with a ratio table.

I can simplify a ratio to find a basic or unit ratio in lowest terms.

I can define and set up a proportion.

I can set up and solve numerical proportions.

I can solve word problems involving rates, ratios, and proportion situations.

I can create and analyze ratio models including tape diagrams, ratio boxes, and equations.

I can plot and graph ratios and rates on a coordinate plane.

I can explain the difference between a fraction and ratio.

I can compare ratios using unit ratios and equivalent ratio tables.

I can find unit rates involving both whole numbers and fractions.

I can use cross multiplication to solve proportion problems.

I can explain the difference between part to part and part to whole ratios.

I can correctly identify examples of part to part and part to whole ratio situations.

I can correctly set up proportions to represent part to part and part to whole situations.

I can use diagrams such as tape diagrams, double number lines, and tables to model proportion problems.

I can explain and define a percent.

I can write a percent as a fraction and a decimal.

I can solve proportion problems involving percents with and without a real world context.

I can convert units of measurement in the customary and metric system by setting up a proportion.

The following objectives are included on individual posters:

I can quickly and efficiently solve factor puzzles.

I can define and give examples of rates and rate situations.

I can define and calculate a unit rate, unit price, or constant speed.

I can define and write a ratio in multiple formats.

I can compare and contrast a rate table with a ratio table.

I can simplify a ratio to find a basic or unit ratio in lowest terms.

I can define and set up a proportion.

I can set up and solve numerical proportions.

I can solve word problems involving rates, ratios, and proportion situations.

I can create and analyze ratio models including tape diagrams, ratio boxes, and equations.

I can plot and graph ratios and rates on a coordinate plane.

I can explain the difference between a fraction and ratio.

I can compare ratios using unit ratios and equivalent ratio tables.

I can find unit rates involving both whole numbers and fractions.

I can use cross multiplication to solve proportion problems.

I can explain the difference between part to part and part to whole ratios.

I can correctly identify examples of part to part and part to whole ratio situations.

I can correctly set up proportions to represent part to part and part to whole situations.

I can use diagrams such as tape diagrams, double number lines, and tables to model proportion problems.

I can explain and define a percent.

I can write a percent as a fraction and a decimal.

I can solve proportion problems involving percents with and without a real world context.

I can convert units of measurement in the customary and metric system by setting up a proportion.

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