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Back to School Ratio and Proportion

Back to School Ratio and Proportion

Now is a great time to buy this 36 page complete unit. This plan includes topics, steps and procedures, tips, 4 good-sized worksheets, and an end of unit test. My students have gained tremendously from this complete lesson plan. They are swift to explain the facts and differences between ratios and proportions, where before the development of this format, they could not. The topics are aligned to the Common Core and PA standards (6th and 7th) and also CMP3 math curriculum. If you need any grade level or subject in math, please visit My Shop.

By moedonnelly

Pre-Algebra Bundle of Worksheets

Pre-Algebra Bundle of Worksheets

This is a great way to be prepared for the start of the school year. There are a ton of great resources including review, new material, and loads of quizzes, practice tests, and study guides. The resources align completely with CCSS. Here is just a few of the resources that are included (additional resources make up the main PDF files): Fractions-Decimals-Percents Order of Operations-Basic to Advanced Ratio and Proportion Unit Plan Percent & Proportion Probability Worksheets Principal, Interest and Balance Worksheets Pre-Algebra-Geometry Test Ratio & Proportion Cards Analyze Patterns and Relationships Coordinate Geometry Measure Area, Perimeter & Volume Using a Compass and Straightedge Circumference of a Circle Percent Circle Guide Basic Measurement Factors Variables All teacher answer keys included. If you would like to buy the products individually, please visit My Shop.

By moedonnelly

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Ratios - Edexcel Foundation/KS3

Ratios - Edexcel Foundation/KS3

Hi, This lesson is based around the basic understanding of ratio. I have broken this lesson down into 3 stages; simplifying ratios, sharing ratios and problem solving questions of ratios. There is a good range of differentiation and scaffolding which will cater towards middle to high ability students. I have used a range of AfL to check understanding and cover misconceptions. The last learning objective gives students the chance to work independently and use their prior or current knowledge to work out the questions stated. The main activities can be displayed on the board for the students to copy into their books as they show their working out. In addition to this, most slides have answers and worked solutions. I have attached two starters to this lesson so that basic skills can be addressed before the lesson starts. This lesson will take 2 lessons for a middle/top ability group. Please read the above before purchasing. The learning objectives covered are: - Students must understand how to simplify ratios in a given form. - Identify how to share ratios in a given amount - Apply knowledge of problem solving and reasoning to ratio questions. Enjoy!

By Sarita_Rindi

Finding the Equation of a Tangent to a Circle - GCSE Higher Tier (new 1-9 GCSE style) resource

Finding the Equation of a Tangent to a Circle - GCSE Higher Tier (new 1-9 GCSE style) resource

A resource that is ideal if you are teaching pupils how to find the tangent to a circle at a given co-ordinate. This now appears on the new higher tier 1-9 GCSE. Included is the following: Re-cap on finding the radius of a circle from its equation Re-cap on understanding that two lines are perpendicular when gradients multiply to -1 Two examples on powerpoint & word document (see attached) that allow the teacher to model how to find the equation of a tangent to a circle. It is scaffolded into three steps: Step 1: Find the gradient of the radius to a given point on the circumference, Step 2: Find the gradient of a tangent and Step 3: Finding the equation of a tangent. One page (7 different questions) requiring pupils to find the equation of tangents. Q6 and Q7 provide extension opportunities. Plenary question - AQA exam question.

By pncullen1984

KS2 Scaling Quantities Worksheet Activity

KS2 Scaling Quantities Worksheet Activity

This resource is differentiated in five levels for Year 3 to Year 6 to practise scaling up and down. Children need to work out the new amounts by scaling the given recipe up or down . Find more Ratio and Proportion resources here: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/search/?fwp_topic=ratio-and-proportion#

By ClassroomSecrets

Clumsy Clive On Proportion

Clumsy Clive On Proportion

Clive is making silly mistakes again and it is down to your class to spot, correct and explain where he's gone wrong. This is designed to create discussion between students and teacher. This could be used as a plenary or a revision task.

By alutwyche

Wimbledon Number Revision Lesson

Wimbledon Number Revision Lesson

These resources can be used as an end of term lesson themed around Wimbledon. Starter A catchphrase-style game which covers fractions, percentages and ratio. Main A mystery activity based around the amount of prize money given out at Wimbledon. The mystery involves fractions, percentages and ratio and will also require some problem solving. The resources are ideal for KS3 and foundation KS4, but may also work well as a revision activity for higher students. Instructions and solutions are included.

By SimplyEffectiveEducation

Ratio Relay

Ratio Relay

A fast paced relay testing understanding of ratio in unusual and interesting situations. Print out multiple copies of the questions (ideally laminated) and get each pair of pupils started on a copy of Question One. Once they bring you the right answer to that, given them Question Two and so on. All answers should be fully simplified.

By dh2119