In this lesson, students build upon their knowledge that ratios represent the relationship between two (or more) related quantities; and that, since the values in a ratio are quantities, they can be combined to form a new ratio. 393710 Adding Ratios Planning and Resources ... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/adding-ratios
Students generate equivalent ratios in a table, where values in each row of the table are a multiple of the values in the original ratio and that the entries in each column can be obtained by adding the original values in the ratio to the previous row. 393702 Building a Table ... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/building-a-table-of-ratios
In this lesson, students investigate how scale factors are used to make figures larger or smaller, depending on whether the ratio is greater or less than 1. 393711 Connecting Ratios and Scaling Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should understand how sides of a fi... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/connecting-ratios-and-scaling
This lesson allows students to reason about ratio tables, which helps their understanding of what a ratio describes in a context and what quantities in equivalent ratios have in common. 393698 Comparing Ratios Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should understand ... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/comparing-ratios
Students generate slope triangles from the graph of a collection of equivalent ratios, thus leading to the notion of a proportional relationship. They use parallel grids to compare the tables, graphs, and equations for different unit rates. 393707 Connecting Ratios to Equation... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/connecting-ratios-to-equations
Students consider the values in a ratio table as ordered pairs and graph them on coordinate axes. Students learn that the graph of a collection of equivalent ratios lies on a line through the origin. 393705 Connecting Ratios to Graphs Planning and Resources Objectives
This lesson uses double number lines to organize and solve problems involving ratios of two or more different quantities. 393701 Double Number Lines Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should understand and be able to identify situations where double number lines ... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/double-number-lines
This lesson helps students to understand that every ratio has an associated unit rate. Unit rates are important in understanding slope as a rate of change and as a problem-solving strategy for finding solutions to problems involving proportional relationships. 393696 Intro to ... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/introduction-to-rates
This lesson focuses on the relationship between the unit rate - or slope - of a line and the equation. 393708 Proportional Relationships Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should understand and identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) in tables, graphs... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/proportional-relationships
The lesson engages students in reasoning about ratios and proportions using their knowledge of multiplication tables. They learn that ratio tables are one strategy to solve problems involving ratios. 393704 Ratio Tables Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should u... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/ratio-tables
In this lesson, students compare graphs to make conjectures about slope and compare slopes in terms of the difference in rates of change. 393706 Ratios and Rational Numbers Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should be able to use and interpret unit rates for ratios... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/ratios-and-rational-numbers
This lesson allows students to explore the differences and similarities between ratios and fractions. A ratio may be associated with a value; the value of a ratio a:b is the quotient ab (if b is not 0). 393699 Ratios and Fractions Planning and Resources Objectives
This lesson helps students to understand that ratios associate two or more quantities that vary together. 393695 What is a Ratio? Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should understand and be able to explain that ratios are an association of two or more quantities.
In this lesson, students use ratios to explore relationships that result from scaling figures and use reasoning to determine missing values for a given shape. 393712 Ratios Within and Between Scaled Shapes Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should understand the re... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/ratios-within-and-between-scaled-shapes
This lesson uses students’ understanding of proportional relationships to solve problems that involve two variables. 393709 Solving Proportions Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should use a variety of strategies for solving problems involving proportions, includ... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/ratios/sequence1/solving-proportions
This lesson helps students to understand that the size of a fraction will vary with the scale used to define a unit fraction. 393728 Comparing Units Planning and Resources Objectives
Students understand that fractions do not necessarily come from the same whole, which can m... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/fractions/sequence-1/comparing-units
This lesson uses interactive number lines to investigate addition and subtraction of fractions that refer to the same whole (i.e. have the same denominator). 393718 Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should un... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/fractions/sequence-1/adding-and-subtracting-fractions-with-like-denominators
This lesson uses unit squares to help students investigate addition and subtraction of fractions with unlike denominators. 393720 Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators Planning and Resources Objectives
Students should understand that when adding fractions, the fraction... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/fractions/sequence-1/adding-fractions-with-unlike-denominators
This lesson can be used to develop an understanding of dividing a fraction (a/b) by the fraction (c/d). 393726 Dividing a Fraction by a Fraction Planning and Resources Objectives
Students understand how to identify and interpret problems involving division of fractions, i... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/fractions/sequence-1/dividing-a-fraction-by-a-fraction
This lesson uses a unit square to explore division of fractions by whole numbers. 393724 Dividing a Fraction by a Whole Number Planning and Resources Objectives
Students understand that dividing a unit fraction by a whole number partitions the unit fraction into the number... https//education.ti.com/en/building-concepts/activities/fractions/sequence-1/dividing-a-fraction-by-a-whole-number
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