Reflection: Routines and Procedures Percentages of Numbers (Lesson one in lesson progression) - Section 1: Pre Lesson Teacher Notes


Don't shoot me! I know there is a lot to read in this section.  However, because this lesson is taught consecutive with a group of lessons, once you read these guided notes you will understand the flow of all the lessons.  You will not have to read the pre lesson notes each time. They are the same.  I included them in each lesson because these lessons give you the freedom to teach them in any order you would like.  I wanted to be sure that you were given a good insight of the flow and routine of the lessons no matter which one you chose to teach first. 

  Please Don't Be Scared Away By the Length of this section.
  Routines and Procedures: Please Don't Be Scared Away By the Length of this section.
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Percentages of Numbers (Lesson one in lesson progression)

Unit 3: Proportional Reasoning with Percents
Lesson 3 of 16

Objective: SWBAT solve real world word problems involving percentages of numbers.

Big Idea: Students will have the opportunity to grapple through complex word problems using MP 1, 2, 4, and 6.

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Math, Percentages, Number Sense and Operations, proportions, Fractions, mathematical practices, equation, Reading Strategies, unpacking the question, Mathematical content translation, multiplying percents, percent, real world
  45 minutes
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