Enabling learning through assessment
Programme of study/Schemes of work
Please monitor HW and grades achieved by pupils. Pupils must complete HW if they are to ensure success.
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Learning Objectives Lesson content and for
Planning and resources
Sequences & Functions
- To use a pattern of shapes to write a sequence of numbers
Ask students to give
2 consecutive integers with a sum of 49
3 consecutive integers with a sum of 39
3 consecutive even integers with a sum of 28.
Independent enquirers, Creative thinkers,
Examples on how to generate sequences starting from different shapes.
Exercise 2a. Assist as required
The sequence of shapes continues in the same way. Two are filled & then three are left blank. What shape occupies the 101th position? Is it filled in? Reflective learners
Ask students to write the next three terms of the sequence 7, 11, 15.....
Give more similar examples
Assessment for learning.
Oxford maths links 7B text book
- To find a rule to describe a sequence of numbers. - To use a rule to find the numbers of a sequence
Starter: What comes next?
Ask students to give the next 3 terms in the following sequences
2, 4, 6, 8 ..., ..., ...
2, 4, 8, 16 ..., ..., ...
2, 4, 7, 11 ..., ..., ...
2, 4, 6, 10 ..., ..., ...
Describe strategies & term to term rules with the student.