Introductory Video  Start World 6 by watching this introductory video.
Click the link Scale Ella to watch the video.
Level 1  Creating Ratios and Using Ratio Language
Watch the introductory video on ratios and rates.
enVision  Topic 5, Lesson 51, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($100)  Correctly complete the ratio worksheet. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 2 ($100)  Correctly complete the ratio wording worksheet. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "ratios and proportional relationships" tab on the left side of the page. Then, click on "defining the concept of ratio." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Khan Academy. Search "basic ratios" Get 5 problems correct in a row. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 5 ($100)  Create a video of you creating ratios. The video must include the use of manipulatives in the creation of the ratios. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve.
1. What is a ratio?
2. What is the ratio of boys to total students in this classroom?
3. Give a real life relationship that might be described by the ratio 14 to 3.
1. What is a ratio?
2. What is the ratio of boys to total students in this classroom?
3. Give a real life relationship that might be described by the ratio 14 to 3.
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Correctly complete the following questions.
1. A ratio is a comparison of (how many) things?
2. What is a ratio?
3. How many different ways can you write a ratio? Show me.
4. What is the ratio of tables to chairs in this classroom?
5. Give a real life relationship that might be described by the ratio 5:6.
1. A ratio is a comparison of (how many) things?
2. What is a ratio?
3. How many different ways can you write a ratio? Show me.
4. What is the ratio of tables to chairs in this classroom?
5. Give a real life relationship that might be described by the ratio 5:6.
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Correctly complete the following questions.
Levels 2 & 3  Apply Ratio and Rate Reasoning to Create and Solve Proportions
Watch the introductory video on creating and solving proportions.
enVision  Topic 5, Lesson 52, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
enVision  Topic 5, Lesson 55, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($50)  Copy and correctly complete the solving proportions worksheet. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Mandatory Task 2 ($50)  Correctly complete the solving proportions worksheet. Solve each problem by creating a proportion. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Khan Academy. Search "basic rate problems." Get 5 problems correct in a row. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "ratios and proportional relationships" tab on the left side of the page. Then, click on "calculating the rate or writing the ratio." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 5 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "ratios and proportional relationships" tab on the left side of the page. Then, click on "finding equivalent ratios in tables and graphs." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 6 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "ratios and proportional relationships" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to "solving unit rate problems." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 7 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "ratios and proportional relationships" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to "writing ratios and solving proportions." Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 8 ($50)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "ratios and proportional relationships" tab on the left side of the page. Then, go to "using proportions to solve problems" Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve.
1. What is a proportion?
2. Is 3/5 proportional to 120/200? Explain.
3. How do you solve for a missing value within a proportion? Give an example.
4. Francis gets 5 paychecks in 12 weeks. How many paychecks does she get in 52 weeks? Set up a proportion to solve the problem.
5. Jason watched a caterpillar move 10 feet in 2 minutes. Jason says that the caterpillar's unit rate is 0.2 feet per minute. Is Jason correct? Create a proporiton to prove or disprove Jason's work. Explain.
6. A machine can produce 27 inches of ribbon every 3 minutes. How many feet of ribbon can the machine make in one hour? Create a proportion to solve the problem.
1. What is a proportion?
2. Is 3/5 proportional to 120/200? Explain.
3. How do you solve for a missing value within a proportion? Give an example.
4. Francis gets 5 paychecks in 12 weeks. How many paychecks does she get in 52 weeks? Set up a proportion to solve the problem.
5. Jason watched a caterpillar move 10 feet in 2 minutes. Jason says that the caterpillar's unit rate is 0.2 feet per minute. Is Jason correct? Create a proporiton to prove or disprove Jason's work. Explain.
6. A machine can produce 27 inches of ribbon every 3 minutes. How many feet of ribbon can the machine make in one hour? Create a proportion to solve the problem.
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Correctly complete the worksheet below.
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Correctly create and solve a proportion related to the problems below.
Level 4  Find a Percent of a Quantity as a Rate Per 100
Watch the introductory video on finding a percent of a number as a rate per 100.
enVision  Topic 6, Lesson 65, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
enVision  Topic 6, Lesson 66, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Mandatory Task 1 ($100)  Use the "is over of" strategy to correctly complete the percents of numbers worksheet. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Mandatory Task 2 ($100)  Use the "is over of" strategy to correctly complete the percents of numbers worksheet. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Khan Academy. Search "finding percents." Use the "is over of" strategy and get 5 problems correct in a row. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($100)  Click the button below to log into Buzz Math. Open the 6th grade book. Click on the "ratios and proportional relationships" tab on the left side of the page. Then, click on "finding percent of a quantity" Correctly complete all 10 problems. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 5 ($100)  Create a video of you using the "is over of" strategy to find the percent of a number. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve.
1. What is 64% of 75 tiles? Could you use the "is over of" strategy to solve this problem? Explain, then solve.
2. 4 students is what percent of 80 students? Could you use the "is over of" strategy to solve this problem? Explain, then solve.
3. 60 minutes is 20% of ____ minutes? Could you use the "is over of" strategy to solve this problem? Explain, then solve.
4. Ashton is saving money to buy a new bike. He needs $120 but has only saved 60% so far. How much more money does Ashton need to buy the bike?
1. What is 64% of 75 tiles? Could you use the "is over of" strategy to solve this problem? Explain, then solve.
2. 4 students is what percent of 80 students? Could you use the "is over of" strategy to solve this problem? Explain, then solve.
3. 60 minutes is 20% of ____ minutes? Could you use the "is over of" strategy to solve this problem? Explain, then solve.
4. Ashton is saving money to buy a new bike. He needs $120 but has only saved 60% so far. How much more money does Ashton need to buy the bike?
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Use the "is over of" strategy to correctly complete the problems below.
1. What is 5% of 90?
2. 40 is what percent of 90?
3. 45% of 200 is ____?
4. What is 60% of 400?
5. 7 is what percent of 20?
1. What is 5% of 90?
2. 40 is what percent of 90?
3. 45% of 200 is ____?
4. What is 60% of 400?
5. 7 is what percent of 20?
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  Correctly complete the worksheet below.
Level 5  Use a Proportion to Convert Measurement Units
Watch the introductory video on using proportions to convert measurement units .
enVision  Topic 5, Lesson 58, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
enVision  Topic 5, Lesson 59, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Mandatory Conversation  Copy an example problem from the video above in your math notebook. Explain your understanding of the problem to the teacher.
Use this chart to help you make conversions on tasks 1  3.
Mandatory Task 1 ($100)  Use a proportion to correctly complete the measurement conversion worksheet. Use the chart above to help create your proportions. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 2 ($100)  Use a proportion to correctly complete the measurement conversion worksheet. Use the chart above to help create your proportions. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 3 ($100)  Use a proportion to correctly complete the measurement conversion worksheet. Use the chart above to help create your proportions. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Task 4 ($100)  Create a video of you converting measurement units using a proportion. Show the teacher once you have finished this task!!!
Exit Slip
Solve.
1. If 1 gallon = 16 cups, how many cups are in 25.75 gallons?
2. Use the chart for length, weight, and volume above to help solve. 27.5 kg = _____ g
3. Use the chart for length, weight, and volume above to help solve. Darryl rode his horse for 1,457 meters. How many kilometers did he ride his horse?
4. Use the chart for length, weight, and volume above to help solve. Does 345,984 kiloliters = 0.0345984 milliliters? Explain.
1. If 1 gallon = 16 cups, how many cups are in 25.75 gallons?
2. Use the chart for length, weight, and volume above to help solve. 27.5 kg = _____ g
3. Use the chart for length, weight, and volume above to help solve. Darryl rode his horse for 1,457 meters. How many kilometers did he ride his horse?
4. Use the chart for length, weight, and volume above to help solve. Does 345,984 kiloliters = 0.0345984 milliliters? Explain.
Reteach  Follow the steps provided below
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.
1. Select and watch one of the reteach videos provided below.
2. If you understand the concept then you can move on to the reteach tasks.
3. If you are still struggling to grasp the concept then choose a different reteach video to watch. Find the video that makes the most sense to you. Once you understand the concept then complete the reteach tasks.

Reteach Task 1 ($50)  Set up a proportion to correctly complete the questions below.
1. 1 gallon = 16 cups. How many cups are in 8.25 gallons?
2. 3 feet = 1 yard. How many yards is 144 feet?
3. 1000 mm = 100cm. How many millimeters are there in 725 centimeters?
4. If there are 5,280 feet in 1 mile, how many feet would be in 3.25 miles?
1. 1 gallon = 16 cups. How many cups are in 8.25 gallons?
2. 3 feet = 1 yard. How many yards is 144 feet?
3. 1000 mm = 100cm. How many millimeters are there in 725 centimeters?
4. If there are 5,280 feet in 1 mile, how many feet would be in 3.25 miles?
Reteach Task 2 ($50)  There are 12 inches in 1 foot. Create proportions for each problem to correctly complete the worksheet below.
Bonus Level
Task 1 ($500)  Correctly complete question 2 on the Taco Cart task. Click the link to get to the task. Taco Cart Task
Task 2 ($500)  Texas Size Scale Drawing
Watch the video below on using a scale with proportions to create a scale drawing. You must understand how to develop a scale and use proportions to create a scale drawing before starting this task. Make sure to discuss any confusion with your teacher before starting. Follow the steps below to complete the task.
Step 1  Look up a map of the state of Texas.
Step 2  Use the given scale and your knowledge of proportional thinking to find the distance of all the boarders around the state in miles. Measure using straight lines even on places where the boarders are not straight (example  the southern boarder between Texas and Mexico).
Step 3  Now you are going to create a scale drawing of Texas on a plane white piece of paper. You first need to create your own scale. The scale you choose must allow for the drawing to fit on the paper. The example given in the intro video was 2 cm = 50 miles. You cannot use that scale. Generate your own. Check to make sure your scale will allow for the length and width of the state to fit on the paper before you commit to it.
Step 4  Use your scale to locate and map the following cities: Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.
Watch the video below on using a scale with proportions to create a scale drawing. You must understand how to develop a scale and use proportions to create a scale drawing before starting this task. Make sure to discuss any confusion with your teacher before starting. Follow the steps below to complete the task.
Step 1  Look up a map of the state of Texas.
Step 2  Use the given scale and your knowledge of proportional thinking to find the distance of all the boarders around the state in miles. Measure using straight lines even on places where the boarders are not straight (example  the southern boarder between Texas and Mexico).
Step 3  Now you are going to create a scale drawing of Texas on a plane white piece of paper. You first need to create your own scale. The scale you choose must allow for the drawing to fit on the paper. The example given in the intro video was 2 cm = 50 miles. You cannot use that scale. Generate your own. Check to make sure your scale will allow for the length and width of the state to fit on the paper before you commit to it.
Step 4  Use your scale to locate and map the following cities: Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.
Task 3 ($300)  enVision  Topic 5, Lesson 56, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Task 4 ($300)  enVision  Topic 5, Lesson 57, MathXL for School: Practice and Problem Solving
Task 5 ($300)  If I Was Two... What does the world look like for your little brother, sister, or cousin? (Only do this with someone who is at least a foot shorter than you). Comparing their height to five objects around the house or school, find out how big those same objects would have to be for you to have the same perspective. Convert your final answers into feet and inches.
Task 6 ($300)  Are Babies Proportional to Adults? Scale a baby to be your height, using your height in inches. Are the measurements proportional to yours?Compare five different measurements. For example, how big would the baby’s head be? You must show and clearly label all work, original measurements, and scaled lengths. Include a picture. Include your own measurements for all five as well.