Reflection: Homework Unit 5 Review Stations - Section 2: Review Stations


I wanted students to have time to review their rate quizzes before the test.  In order for students to have time to look over their rate quizzes in small groups, I gave students Part 1, Part 2, and Part 4 stations as homework in the previous lesson.  I asked students to share questions about these problems.  We quickly addressed these questions. 

The to-do for each group during this time included: 1) review and correct rates quiz, 2) Part 3, and 3) Part 5.  Since students were in homogeneous groups, they had similar scores on the quizzes.  This allowed groups to spend as much or as little time correcting their quizzes as they needed.  During this time, I sat with the group of students who really struggled on the quiz.  We went through the problems and if someone in the group got it correct, he/she would share their strategy.  If all the students got it wrong, we reviewed the information and what the problem was asking.  Together we worked to find a strategy to solve the problem.  

  Reviewing and Correcting Rates Quizzes
  Homework: Reviewing and Correcting Rates Quizzes
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Unit 5 Review Stations

Unit 5: Proportional Reasoning: Ratios and Rates
Lesson 20 of 21

Objective: SWBAT: • Create and describe a ratio between two quantities • Calculate a unit rate • Use rate reasoning to solve problems • Use ratios to convert measurements • Find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100

Big Idea: If the stores have equivalent prices, what do you know about n? Students review for the Unit 5 test by completing stations.

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