Reflection: Intervention and Extension Graphing Patterns - Section 5: Group Share and Ticket out


I was surprised by the number of students who choose to share a pattern that had subtraction as the second operation.  For example x6 - 4.  The students liked the challenges of finding a pattern that was a bit more challenging.  

I appreciate when students are given a chance to make their own patterns they choose to challenge themselves.  This is one of the reasons that I like to provide students with opportunities to make choices.  Often times, I realize that they are capable of more than I realize.  

  Student generated patterns
  Intervention and Extension: Student generated patterns
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Graphing Patterns

Unit 1: Numerical Expressions and Patterns
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT represent a pattern on a line graph by graphing ordered pairs.

Big Idea: A picture is worth a thousand words. A graph communicates a great deal of information about a pattern.

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