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Where's the Critical Literacy in y = mx + b?

A project idea that allows students to create their own word problems relating to their own interests.

Exploring Linear Data

Helps students graph linear data using a line of best fit app; includes various activities and discussion questions for the class.

Olympic Gold Medal Performances

A linear analysis word problem based on real life Olympic data.

Using the Proportion Method to Solve Percent Problems

Tutorial and Exercises on solving three different types of percent problems

Percentage Questions

A PowerPoint slide show with an emphasis on part/whole. Gives example percentage problems and tools for solving them.

Percentages Tutorial

This site offers an excellent, common-sense explanation of percentages and provides many worked out problems.

Solving Percent Problems Using Proportions

1 page PDF explaining how to solve percentage problems with proportions; includes several worked out examples.

Pie Chart Percentages Applet

This applet solves percentage problems and shows visually what a part/whole looks like. When students choose any two numbers, the applet calculates the percentage and displays it on a pie chart.

Interactive Tutorial on Percentage

This applet lets you choose how many red squares (out of 100) are selected. Then, the computer displays the percentage.

Percentage/Percent Worksheets

This site lets teachers generate percentage worksheets by selecting the type of percentage questions desired.



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