Are you looking for a real-world introduction to your Eureka Math program that energizes and entertains your students while they learn the concepts? Then this PowerPoint program is for you!
Each lesson is presented with an explanatory slide, then has a slide that asks students to solve a problem. All slides have interesting images; some are interactive! Many have a character education component.
This PowerPoint program is unlocked so you can add students' names or change the background to your school colors!
Follow me for the rest of the series, I will be adding them frequently.
Here are the topics covered:
Topic A: Representing and Reasoning About Ratios
Lessons 1–2: Ratios
Lessons 3–4: Equivalent Ratios
Lesson 7: Associated Ratios and the Value of a Ratio
Lesson 8: Equivalent Ratios Defined Through the Value of a Ratio
Topic B: Collections of Equivalent Ratios
Lesson 9: Tables of Equivalent Ratios
Lesson 10: The Structure of Ratio Tables—Additive and Multiplicative
Lesson 11: Comparing Ratios Using Ratio Tables
Lesson 12: From Ratio Tables to Double Number Line Diagrams
Lesson 13: From Ratio Tables to Equations Using the Value of a Ratio
Lesson 14: From Ratio Tables, Equations, and Double Number Line Diagrams to Plots on the Coordinate Plane
Lesson 15: A Synthesis of Representations of Equivalent Ratio Collections
Topic C: Unit Rates
Lesson 16-17: From Ratios to Rates
Lesson 18: Finding a Rate by Dividing Two Quantities
Lessons 19–20: Comparison Shopping—Unit Price and Related Measurement Conversions
Lessons 21–22: Getting the Job Done—Speed, Work, and Measurement Units
Lesson 23: Problem-Solving Using Rates, Unit Rates, and Conversions
Topic D: Percent
Lesson 24: Percent and Rates per 100
Lesson 25: A Fraction as a Percent
Lesson 26: Percent of a Quantity
Lessons 27–29: Solving Percent Problems
Note: Individual Topics are available separately, if you only want a specific topic.
Note: Make sure you play the PowerPoint, rather than simply look at the single slides. You'll see that some pictures and paragraphs disappear on a single slide before the next picture or paragraph appear on the same slide. I did this to create interest!