Ratio and Proportional Relationships Lesson Plan Series Assessment
This assessment will help ensure that your students comprehend the ratio and proportional relationships lesson series.
This assessment will help ensure that your students comprehend the ratio and proportional relationships lesson series.
Students will use ratio and rate to solve real-world and mathematical problems.
Students will learn how to use ratio reasoning to convert measurement units.
Using the examples, problems and chart provided, students will comprehend and be able to solve unit rate problems.
Students will solve problems finding the whole, given a part and the percent.
Students will use numbers, symbols and language to describe the relationship of the ratio between two quantities.
Students will use numbers, symbols, and language to describe a unit rate associated with a ratio and use rate language in the context of a ratio relationship.
Common Core has more to do with how you teach than with what you teach. Gaining a better understanding of the focus, fluency and application will help teachers adapt and, in turn, make the transition smoother for their students.
This assessment is to be used with the three lesson plans on the series to assess your student’s knowledge of order of operations and the Pythagorean theorem.
Students will evaluate numerical expressions with parentheses and brackets.
This 5th grade lesson teaches students how to generate a pattern following a rule and graph ordered pairs on a coordinate grid.
In this 2nd lesson plan in a series, your 5th grade class will write simple numerical expressions with numbers and parentheses.
Students will find all factor pairs for a whole number. Students will determine multiples of a given number. Students will determine whether a number is prime or composite.
Students will interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison and represent a verbal statement of a multiplicative comparison as a multiplication equation.
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Students will generate a shape or number pattern that follows a given rule.
Students will use the four operations to solve multistep word problems, including problems in which remainders must be interpreted.
Students will use multiplication or division to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparisons.
Ready to see how well your students understand the basic concepts of multiplication and division? Use this assessment as an in-class test or take-home assignment.
Once your students have had some practice applying the basic concepts of multiplication and division, you can use this lesson plan to introduce the concept of solving for unknown quantities in equations.
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