Patterns and Function

Essential Agreements.. I agree to
•  Show principled by raising up my virtual hand (use the raise hand button) when I want to speak
• Be caring by showing respect each other and use kind words
• Use communication skills by listening to the lesson and stay focus using self-management skills
• Have fun learning
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MathematicsPrimary EducationAge 10

This lesson contains 24 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 2 videos.

Lesson duration is: 20 min

Items in this lesson

Essential Agreements.. I agree to
•  Show principled by raising up my virtual hand (use the raise hand button) when I want to speak
• Be caring by showing respect each other and use kind words
• Use communication skills by listening to the lesson and stay focus using self-management skills
• Have fun learning

Slide 1 -Slide

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What do you understand about pattern from the last lesson?

Slide 2 -Mind map

K: Know that multiplication is repeated addition and that division is repeated subtraction
U: Numbers exhibit patterns and relationships that can be observed and described
D: Able to identify patterns of a number series, explain and use the relationship between multiplication, addition, division and subtraction to solve problems.

Learning Objectives
Connection

Slide 3 -Slide

Success Criteria
I can
+Identify increasing and decreasing pattern
+Complete a number pattern
+Explain multiplication and division as repeated addition and subtraction using words and graphic
+Think creatively and independently

Slide 4 -Slide

How 5x3= 15 can be shown in different ways
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Slide 5 -Open question

Know that multiplication is repeated addition and that division is repeated subtraction

Slide 7 -Video

Show or explain different ways of showing 12/4=3
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1:00

Slide 8 -Open question

Know that multiplication is repeated addition and that division is repeated subtraction

Slide 10 -Video

What did you learnt about pattern in previous lesson?

Slide 11 -Open question

Multiplication is except......
A
pattern
B
C
repeated subtraction
D
commutative

Slide 12 -Quiz

Division can be shown in pattern.....
A
100,80,50,10
B
20,40,60,80,100
C
100,80,60,40,20,0
D
0,20,30,40,70

Slide 13 -Quiz

K: Know that multiplication is repeated addition and that division is repeated subtraction
U: Numbers exhibit patterns and relationships that can be observed and described

Learning Objectives
D: Able to identify patterns of a number series, explain and use the relationship between multiplication, addition, division and subtraction to solve problems.

Slide 14 -Slide

The number pattern below shows the amount of water saved
by rain water collection every 5 minutes. How much water will be collected after an hour? Assume same amount is collected every 5 minutes.
4ml, 8ml, 12ml, ............

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A
56ml
B
48ml
C
240ml
D
24ml

Slide 15 -Quiz

Minty's condominium is experiencing water shortage. Minty saved 100L of water in her personal water tank. She drinks 20L of water everyday. How many days she can survive with her water tank?

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A
50days
B
40days
C
4 days
D
5 days

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Slide 18 -Open question

Hidden Learning Objective

Slide 19 -Slide

If we use multiplication/addition for increasing number patterns and division/subtraction for decreasing number patterns, what can you say about the relationship between multiplication and division?

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1:00

Slide 21 -Slide

The inverse
relationship between multiplication and
division
Did you get it right? ^^

Slide 22 -Slide

Success Criteria
I can
+Identify increasing and decreasing pattern
+Complete a number pattern
+Explain multiplication and division as repeated addition and subtraction using words and graphic
+Think creatively and independently

Homework: Self assessment by reflecting how well the success criteria was achieved, what went well, what you learnt and how can you improved. How do you apply patterns in math in daily life?

Slide 23 -Slide

Extension
Create  a word problem involving what you learnt today.
(Know that multiplication is repeated addition and that division is repeated subtraction). Use key concept (Change or Responsibility)
Differentiated
Watch video below and and record important information and your understanding in math journal.