Students will work in pairs to complete this differentiated Scale Drawings Practice. One student will be Partner 1, the other being Partner 2. The problems are slightly more difficult for Partner 2 but the solutions for each row are the same.
Each partner will work on 4 problems individually on different problems and then check in with each other to see if their answers match. If their answers don’t match, then students must work together to determine what went wrong.
Two summary questions are included at the end for pairs who finish first four problems quickly.
This is a great way to differentiate instruction in the math classroom.
This partner practice works well after the lesson on Using Proportions with Scale Drawings
that I also created.