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This lesson plan is an engaging, real-world percent simulation that covers tax, markdowns, gratuities, and estimation.
During this well-planned, relevant lesson students are engaged in a rigorous activity that encourages student dialogue. Students go to three different stations/businesses: fast food restaurant, fancy restaurant, and an apparel store.
- Detailed Lesson Plan
- Bell Work (2 options depending on your students' prior knowledge)
- Differentiated and Scaffolded Activity Sheets (Version A is for struggling learners and B is for grade level or above)
- Price Tags and Sale signs for store, where they will estimate sale costs
- Restaurant Menus
- Business Signs for each station
- Differentiated and Scaffolded Homework Assignments (Version A is modified and B is grade level or above)
- Pre-made Exit Tickets for your convenience
- Answer Keys for all student work
- Short Constructed Response Writing Prompt with grading rubric
This is a perfect evaluation lesson for an observation by an administrator.
Common Core Standard 7.RP.3 and Standards of Mathematical Practice 1, 3, 5, and 7.
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