## student sample design 1.JPG - Section 2: Warm up

student sample design 1.JPG

# Breaking down the design

Unit 5: Writing and comparing ratios
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## Big Idea: Reproducing the same pattern repeatedly results in a constant ratio.

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Math, modeling, Number Sense and Operations, cooperative learning activity, ratio, simplifying ratio, scaling, ratios, pattern, student ownership, cognitive demand
49 minutes

### Erica Burnison

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