Notice that this slide tells you exactly what to say to your student to teach them about how to calculate a tip.
Each of the succeeding slides pops in one more digit, so I didn't reproduce them all here, but you click through them Power Point style.
After percent of a quantity is established, the idea of a tip is introduced.
And guided practice is presented.
Again, each slide is clicked through, Power Point style, until each blank is filled in, but I didn't reproduce each slide here.
After the concept is introduced and explained, several slides of Independent Practice and Periodic Review are given. In the lower left corner of the slide, you can see a menu showing you the content of the lesson at a glance.
Some of my favorite resources, though, are the high school English ones. For example, the one on theme is great. Here are just a few of the slides (this one I had Therese - 15 - go through by herself):
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