## 11-5 Recognizing Types of Patterns in Tables and Graphs

TEK 5.4D: Recognize the difference between additive and multiplicative numerical patterns in a table or graph.

**Lesson**: Watch this and scribe along with Mrs. Watkinson. Be sure you can tell the attributes of additive and multiplicative patterns.

**Classwork**: Text pages 599-600: problems 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12. Use the teacher's manual for grading this work. If you did not get a 100, bring your work to Mrs. Watkinson for reteaching.

**Homework**: Text pages 601-602: problems 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.

**Skill Check**: Label each problem in the booklet created in section 11-4 as either additive or multiplicative. Take your work to Mrs. Watkinson for grading.

Also: In the binder section labeled 11-5 are sets of game cards. Take out one set. In the set there are five pairs of additive patterns and seven pairs of multiplicative patterns. Find them, put the pairs together (graph and equation; input/output table and equation; word problem and equation; or input/output table and graph) and ask Mrs. Watkinson to check your work.