Tables of Equivalent Ratios

Don't table the discussion on equivalent ratios — do it now! Scholars create tables of equivalent ratios to represent contextual problems. Pupils go on to use the tables to answer questions within the context. The lesson is ninth in a 29-part series.

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CCSS: Designed
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Instructional Ideas
  • Use colored cubes to represent the quantities in the first exercise to build the ratios
  • Lead a brainstorming session on creating scenarios that match a ratio
Classroom Considerations
  • Individuals should understand equivalent ratios and values of ratios
Pros
  • Provides suggestions on how to extend the lesson if needed
  • The handout has blank tables already created
Cons
  • None
Common Core