- This lesson is part of a series of lessons that indigenize math education by including an art of the Native American tribes of Wisconsin-Menominee, Oneida, Ojibway, Ho Chunk and Stockbridge-Munsee. Beading has become ubiquitous in indigenous culture and is a modern art form. This context may be familiar to indigenous students as well as others. The unit starts with ratio identification and writing and moves to solving ratio reasoning problems, rate reasoning problems, and ends with graphing relationships. These are meant to supplement or replace current lessons.
This lesson is called Cedar's Pattern and provides a visual basis for understanding and using tape diagrams and tables to find ratio equivalencies.
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- Ratios and Rates in Beading: Lesson 1: Cedar's Beads
- Middle School
- Grade 6
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- Sara Mattson
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