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Geometry Unit 10 contains six resources that cover surface area and volume. Scholars first watch a video explaining the basic terminology of three-dimensional figures, such as prisms, lateral edges, bases, and faces. They then learn how...
Develop the right station to solve rate word problems. The 18th lesson plan in a series of 29 starts by interpreting the aspects of rates with two different quantities. Pupils use the interpretation of rates to solve problems, and groups...
Learners use a pipette to mix small amounts of food coloring into water. They visualize the small quantities of parts per million and parts per billion. Contrary to the title, the lesson plan is about liquid amounts rather than gas...
If mathematicians know one value, they can definitely find the other. Given a ratio and one quantity, individuals learn to find the other quantity. An instructional video describes how to first divide to find the amount for one part,...
Many processes in the universe are either too small and fast or too large and slow to easily observe. The third concept in the Next Generation Science Standards addresses this with lessons on scale, proportion, and quantity. A video...
What is 1/4 of 36? The class will work through six examples and 4 problems to better understand the relationship between fraction and quantity. The first six example show how a whole is broken into equal parts and is represented as a...
Here is an interesting presentation on fractions, quantities, and factoring. A game called four in a row is presented as a way of providing a fun way for learners to practice mathematical skills in these areas. Along with the game, there...
It turns out that fractions can be useful after all. Scholars watch a brief video that shows how to express a quantity as a fraction of another. In particular, the video looks at situations where part-to-whole relationships can be...
In this expressions of quantity worksheet, students review and discuss how to use expressions of quantity correctly and insert eleven expressions of quantities into the appropriate boxes.
Visualize methods of finding percents. Classmates find a percent of a quantity using two methods including a visual model in the 26th instructional activity in a series of 29. By the end of the instructional activity, scholars find...
A presentation teaches young learners to find fractional values and quantities, and provides tips on how to solve math word problems. Learners engage with dozens of challenging problems, and get tips along the way. A terrific PowerPoint...
Introduce your young economists to the completely distinct concepts of change in demand versus change in quantity demanded. Like having a personal economics instructor in your own home, Mr. Clifford guides students through this key...
How many times do you need to review quantity expressions? Focus on the words any, how much, some, and how many with an engaging grammar presentation.
In this expressions of quantity worksheet, students determine nouns to follow bolded expressions. Students choose eight expressions' endings from a list of multiple choice nouns.
For this algebra worksheet, students compare two quantities to see if they are equal or different. They solve the given expressions before identifying the same/difference answer. There are 24 questions.
For this vocabulary skills worksheet, students complete 15bsentences using "quantity" words from a word bank at the top of the page. They words such as flagon, spoonful, barrel, and sachet.
The rate of change is defined as how one quantity changes in relationship to another quantity. The instructor diagrams a graph and demonstrates how to use a formula to calculate the rate of change. It might take two viewings to catch all...
Establish 1:1 correspondence by counting students, first one gender, then the other. Give each child a colored cube (one color for boys, another for girls) and have small groups determine more or less and how many all together. As a...
In this for or since worksheet, students fill in for or since for sentences about quantity of time and also fill in expressions after the words for or since. Students complete 15 sentences.
In this expressions of quantity worksheet, students choose an expression of quantity to describe a group of numbers or symbols. Students use the phrases "all of", "almost all of", "most of", "some of", or "non of" to describe the sets.
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