Reflection: Pacing Unit Rate Introduction - Section 1: Do Now/Review of Material


The cell phone example was a good hook to generate discussion. The students have different ideas of what is important in a cell phone. We discussed a lot of information that we can use in later discussions. Considering data and minutes sounded important to them so the conversation seemed to focus here.

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Unit Rate Introduction

Unit 6: Proportional Relationships
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: Students will be introduced to the concept of unit rates and demonstrate understanding unit rates.

Big Idea: Unit rates can be fun!

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