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This Power Point lesson is 14 slides and is CCSS-aligned (6.EE.7). It takes students through how to identify patterns in x-y tables given various sequences and turning that pattern into an algebraic equation. 2 examples, 2 guided practice, 2 independent practice.
Although this aligns with 6th grade CCSS, these lessons could be used for 7th or even 8th grade students studying the same concepts.
Good as a basic introduction; all sequences are positive integers. Could also be used as a review or remediation tool.
NOT a unit, an assessment, group work/cooperative learning, or homework.
Requires only basic knowledge of Power Point.
Product is in .ppsx (2010 Show) format.
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