Identifying Proportional and Non-Proportional Relationships in Tables 2

Not all relationships with a pattern are proportional. Show your class why in the fourth installment of a 22-part series. The lesson builds upon previous parts and has pupils analyze tables to determine whether they represent a proportional relationship. To finish, scholars find out that all relationships are not proportional, even if there is a pattern involved.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Use graphing software to graph the information for the two walking teams in the example
  • Lead a discussion on why it is important to determine whether two quantities are proportional to each other
Classroom Considerations

  • The resource is a continuation of the previous lesson in the series

  • Teacher notes include suggestions on how to present the example
  • Problems include examples that are not proportional for comparison

  • None
Common Core