## Reflection: Student Communication Performance Task (2 days) - Section 3: Closure (Day 1 and 2)

It was obvious after completing this unit that the students needed more of a review before taking the final assessment over the whole unit.  So, I created a unit study guide that reviewed each strand of ratios and proportions that they would be tested on.  Along with that, I created a video tutorial so they could do the problem and then watch how to solve it in case they didn't know.  I will be using the video in the classroom and I will be placing the videos on EDMODO so they students can review from home.  This will also allow the parents to see what their students are studying and in turn, they will be able to provide some assistance.

The videos are in 4 separate files because the system would not let me go longer than 15 minutes

Questions 1 - 7

Questions 8 - 12

Questions 13 - 17

Questions 18-19

Student Communication: The need for more

Unit 3: Ratios and Proportions
Lesson 25 of 25

## Big Idea: This lesson is a performance task based on their learning of ratios. Students will be using their knowledge of ratios and unit rates to create their own pizza.

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