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Mrs. Cleghorn

Outcomes:

**Grade 3- Use patterns to describe the world and to solve problems.
**

- Demonstrate an understanding of increasing patterns by describing, extending, comparing, creating numerical

and non- numerical patterns using manipulatives, diagrams, sounds and actions.

- Demonstrate an understanding of decreasing patterns by: describing, extending, comparing, and creating

numerical and non-numerical patterns using manipulatives, diagrams, sounds and actions.

- Sort objects or numbers, using one or more than one attribute.

**Represent algebraic expressions in multiple ways
**

- Solve one-step addition and subtraction equations involving a symbol to represent an unknown number.

**Grade 5- Use patterns to describe the world and solve problems.
**

- Determine the pattern rule to make predictions about subsequent elements

**Represent algebraic expressions in multiple ways
**

- Express a given problem as an equation in which a letter variable is used to represent an unknown number

(limited to whole numbers).

- Solve problems involving single-variable, one-step equations with whole number coefficients and whole number

solutions.

**Grade 6- Use patterns to describe the world and solve problems.
**

- Represent and describe patterns and relationships, using graphs and tables.

- Demonstrate an understanding of the relationships within tables of values to solve problems.

**Represent algebraic expressions in multiple ways.
**

- Represent generalizations arising from number relationships, using equations with letter variables.

- Express a given problem as an equation in which a letter variable is used to represent an unknown number.

- Demonstrate and explain the meaning of preservation of equality, concretely and pictorially.

**Lesson Materials Activity (level 3) Activity Activity Assessment
**

(level 5) (level 6)

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of work (class discussion) (class discussion) (class discussion) getting started

essential booklet for - Hand out student - Hand out student - Hand out student

skills/ review of booklet and have booklet and have booklet and have - Unit test

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started scaffolding as review. skills” independently. skills” independently.

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started. for the review as a for the review as a for the review as a

- number group. whole group. whole group.

spin games - Have students - Have students begin - Have students begin

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boards will hand this in hand this in when it is in when it is

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rule- completed.

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boards Early Finishers: early can play race early can play number

- math Students who finish with rule- spin and complete a

journal early can play warp multiplication and math journal entry.

entry pages 18 and complete a complete a math

math journal entry. journal entry.

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**

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increasing booklets question on the question on the board question on the board

patterns/ - Entrance board as their as their entrance on their entrance Unit test

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number questions - What is an …) 85, 70, 65, 50, …)

patterns - Math increasing pattern? - Have students follow - When students have

Focus (group discussion) along in their Math completed their

textbooks - Have students Focus textbook on entrance ticket, have

(grade 5 complete work page 4. Read the them exchange it for a

and 6) pages on extending lesson problem blank table of values.

- Tables of increasing patterns together and solve it. Have students try to fill

values and drawing Introduce the term it in for the shapes

pages increasing patterns. “pattern rule”. given to them on a

(grade 6) - review the answers - Go back to the piece of chart paper.

for these pages patterns students - Have students

together. completed on their following along in their

- Have students entrance ticket and Math Focus textbook

complete their work challenge students to on page 4. Read the

booklet page for this figure out the pattern lesson question and

lesson. Students will rule for each. solve the problem

hand this in to be - Complete checking together. Introduce the

graded when they question 1 on page 6 term “table of

are finished. together. values”. Review the

- Have students table of values that

Early Finishers: complete practicing students completed for

Students who finish questions 2, 3 and 4 the chart paper shapes

early can play independently. at the beginning of

fraction horse race - Correct the questions class.

and complete a students completed - Complete checking

math journal entry. independently as a question 1 on page 6

group. together.

- Have students - Have students

complete their work complete practicing

booklet page for this questions 2, 3 and 4

lesson. Students will independently.

hand this in to be -Correct the questions

graded when they are students completed

finished. independently as a

group.

Early Finishers: - Have students

Students who finish complete their work

early can play fraction booklet page for this

horse race and lesson. Students will

complete a math hand this in to be

journal entry graded when they are

finished.

Early Finishers:

Students who finish

early can play fraction

horse race and

complete a math

journal entry.

**3. Creating -Creating - Have students - Have students follow - Have students - unit test
**

patterns patterns complete the review along in a Math Focus complete the review

for a handout question as their textbook on page 8. question as their - Student work

pattern entrance ticket Read the lesson entrance ticket book page

rule/ - Math (Extend the pattern introduction question (complete the table of

extending Focus 5 3 figures) as well as Owen’s values.) - entry ticket

increasing textbook -Introduce students Patterns. - Have students follow

patterns/ to the concept of -Complete question 1 along in a Math Focus

describing - Math pattern rule. A on page 10 together. textbook on page 8.

relationshi Focus 6 pattern rule tells us - Have students Read through the

ps in textbook 2 things. First, what complete questions 2 lesson introduction

tables. the pattern starts at. and 3 independently. question as well as

- Extending Second, how much it - Correct questions 2 Daniel’s Rule and Mai’s

increasing goes up or down by and 3 together. Rule.

patterns each time. - Have students - Complete question 1

work page - Have students complete the work on page 10 together.

work on the lesson page for this lesson, - Have students

-Describing booklet. This will be which will be handed in complete questions 2,

relationship handed in when they to be graded. 3 and 4 independently.

s in tables are completed. - have students - Correct the textbook

work page complete the review questions as a class.

Early Finisher: question as their exit - Have students

Students who finish ticket (based on the complete the work

their assigned class table given, what is the book page for this

work can play a pattern rule for one of lesson, which will be

math game and the columns?) handed in to be

complete a math graded.

journal Early Finisher:

Students who finish Early Finisher:

their assigned class Students who finish

work can play a math their assigned class

game and complete a work can play a math

math journal game and complete a

math journal

**4. - Math - Review with - Have students follow -Have students follow - unit test
**

Describing Focus 5 students what a along in their Math along in their Math

increasing textbooks pattern rule is. Focus 5 textbook on Focus 6 textbook on - student work

patterns Introduce students page 14. Go over the page 12. Go over the pages

/Extending - Math to increasing lesson introduction lesson introduction

decreasing Focus 6 patterns (these are question. Do question question. Review the

patterns/ textbooks patterns that go up.) 1 together as a class. term “expression”

Using - Have students’ with students. Do

expression - Using - Have students complete questions 2 question 1 together as

s to create expressions complete the lesson and 3 independently. a class.

tables to create booklet. This will be - Correct questions 2 - Have students

tables work handed in when and 3. complete questions 2

page. students are - Assign students and 3 independently.

complete. questions 4-7 on page - Correct questions 2

- loose leaf 14 to complete on and 3.

Early Finisher: loose leaf and hand in - Assign students the

Students who finish when they are work page for the

their assigned class complete. lesson to be handed in

work can play a when they are

math game and Early Finisher: complete.

complete a math Students who finish

journal their assigned class Early Finisher:

work can play a math Students who finish

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math journal work can play a math

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math journal

**5. - Math - Review with - Have students - Review with students - unit test
**

Describing Focus 5 students what a complete the review what an expression is.

decreasing textbooks pattern rule is. question as an entry Remind students that - student work

patterns Introduce students ticket (extending the an expression written pages

/Solving - Math to decreasing pattern and describe it as 3 x d + 12 is the

problems Focus 6 patterns (these are using a pattern rule: same as 3d +12.

using textbooks patterns that go 88, 79, 70, 61,…) - Explain the - entry ticket

patterns/ down.) which will be handed in expressions matching

comparing - entry - Have students when students are game to students. - Matching

expression tickets complete the lesson finished. Students will be put activity

booklet. This will be - Have students follow into pair or small

- Describing handed in when along in their Math groups and given a set

decreasing students are Focus 5 textbook on of cards. The cards are

patterns complete. page 16. Go over the two colours (blue and

booklets lesson introduction purple). The blue cards

Early Finisher: question and Jay’s have expressions that

-Solving Students who finish solution. Have look like 3 x d + 12.

problems their assigned class students complete The purple cards have

using work can play a reflecting part (a and expressions that look

patterns math game and (b as a think-pair-share like 3d + 12. Students

work page complete a math need to match the blue

journal - Complete checking cards to the purple

- expression question 1 together as cards. Once they have

match a class. matched the cards,

game - Have students they need to write a

complete questions 3 pattern rule in words

and 5 independently. for the pair and create

- Correct questions as a table of values using

a class values 2, 4, 6, 8.

- Assign work page for

students to complete Early Finisher:

and hand in. Students who finish

their assigned class

Early Finisher: work can play a math

Students who finish game and complete a

their assigned class math journal

work can play a math

game and complete a

math journal

**6. Mid- - mid - Have students - Have students - Have students - mid chapter
**

Chapter chapter complete the 3 complete the 3 review complete the 3 review review

review reviews review stations. stations. stations.

- Assign students the - Assign students the - Assign students the

- stations mid- chapter review mid- chapter review mid- chapter review - unit test

booklet to complete booklet to complete booklet to complete

and hand in. and hand in. and hand in.

**7.Patterns - math - Have students - Have students follow - Have students - Lesson work
**

on a 100 Focus 5 complete the review along in their Math complete the review page

chart question as an entry Focus 5 textbook on question as an entry

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g Focus 6 - Explain to students - Introduce students to - Have students follow

relationshi that we are going to the terms “variable” along in their Math -

ps using - Balancer work on finding and “expression”. Focus 6 textbook on Matching/sorting

expression patterns in a 100 - Go through the lesson page 20. activity

s/ - Linking chart. Give them the introduction question - Go over the lesson

Equivalent cubes 100 charts and have with students. introduction question -Entry ticket

equations them write the - Put students into and introduce students

-Entry pattern rule for each pairs using random to the terms “solution

tickets chart. selection. Give each to the equation” and

- Have students pair a set of cards to “Equivalent

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sorting work page. (variable/expression)/s - Complete question 1

cards ort (variable/non together as a class.

Early Finisher: variable). - Assign questions 3

-Equivalent Students who finish - Go over the matches and 4 independently.

equations their assigned class with students. - Correct questions 3

work page work can play a - Complete question 1 and 4 together.

math game and on page 24 together - Assign lesson work

- Describing complete a math with students. page for students to

relationship journal -Have students complete and hand in.

s using complete questions 2

expressions and 3 independently. Early Finisher:

work page - Correct questions 2 Students who finish

and 3 as a class. their assigned class

- 100 charts - Assign lesson work work can play a math

page for students in game and complete a

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on a 100 independently.

chart work

page. Early Finisher:

Students who finish

their assigned class

work can play a math

game and complete a

math journal

**8. Solving - Introduce students -Have students - Have students follow - Entry ticket
**

problems to the concept of complete the review along in their Math

using using patterns to question as an entry Focus 6 textbook on - lesson work

patterns/ solve problem and ticket (…) page 24. pages

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equations problem together. along in their Math lesson introduction - Unit test

to solve - Have students Focus textbook on together. Have

problems/ complete work page page 26. students complete the

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problems independently. introduction question - Complete question 1

using and introduce the together as a class.

patterns Early Finisher: terms “equation” and - Have students’

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their assigned class equation”. and 4 independently.

work can play a - Complete question 1 - Correct questions 2

math game and together. and 4 together as a

complete a math - Have students’ class.

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and 3 independently. work page for students

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questions together. independently.

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lesson work page to Early Finisher:

complete Students who finish

independently. their assigned class

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Early Finisher: game and complete a

Students who finish math journal

their assigned class

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game and complete a

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9. Chapter

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