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Session 10 Session 10 Grades k-2 Part A Part B Part C Part D Homework
 
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Session 10, Grades K-2, Part D:
Critiquing Student Lessons (20 minutes)

In the K-2 curriculum, students are frequently asked to think about patterns, but often their "pattern sniffing" skills end with simply finding the next object. Note 7

Here is a "pattern" problem.

Subtract, then look at the differences in each row. Continue the pattern.

 

Problem D1

Solution  

What algebraic ideas are in this lesson?


 

Problem D2

Solution  

How are patterns used in this lesson?


 

Problem D3

Solution  

What mathematics do you think students would learn from this lesson?


 

Problem D4

Solution  

Are there any misconceptions that students might develop from this lesson?


 

Problem D5

Solution  

How would you modify the problem, or what additional questions might you ask, to incorporate the framework for analyzing patterns?


 

Problem taken from Addison Wesley Mathematics, Grade 2 (Menlo Park, Calif.: Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley, 1993).

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