Reflection: Complex Tasks All Percents Review - Section 2: Explore


The review activity worked really well for my classes.  Due to a guest speaker, classes were shortened a bit - and this activity was just long enough to take the whole time :)  Students commented (especially lower students) that the boxes on the paper helped them to organize their work - and made it more visible whether they would be multiplying or dividing.  At this point in the unit students start to get confused because they have learned so much - and it is very important that they keep their work organized so that they solve for the correct part of the percent equation.

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All Percents Review

Unit 3: Percents
Lesson 19 of 21

Objective: Students will be able to solve a variety of percent problems.

Big Idea: Organization and simplicity - the two keys to understanding a variety of percent problems.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, percent, markup, markdown, simple interest, percent change, 7th grade
  45 minutes
2013 04 19 13 55 41
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