This two-week unit introduces students to more sophisticated number patterns and teaches students how to describe the relationship between two sets of data in a table. In the unit, students will identify patterns in everyday situations, record those patterns in the form of a table, and begin to use arithmetic expressions as well as other strategies to describe relationships between sets of data in a table. The performance task will ask students to create tables comparing age relationships. Students will describe the relationship between sets of data in each table using both written and verbal communication.
Lesher, Kristen and Susong, Carrie, "Think Inside the Box: Using Tables to Understand Number Patterns [4th grade]" (2009). Understanding by Design: Complete Collection. Paper 83.
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