Patterns Concept Sequence – 2012 NSW Syllabus

Algebraic thinking means looking for patterns and relationships – we have been thinking algebraically from a very young age.
This concept is broken into Patterns – arithmetic patterns with identifiable parts that repeat, and into Algebra – investigating operations using properties and relationships.
All sequences at A Learning Place A teaching Place have both an empirical and logical basis. The empirical basis means all later levels are both harder than and also include lower levels. The logical basis means that specific earlier levels are prerequisites for specif later levels. Concepts with a logical basis are in the same hand column to allow for easy differentiation.
Once downloaded, there are links to each Level’s Teaching Resources; to Assessment, Differentiation, Intervention and Integration.

Patterns and Algebra Concept Sequence - 2012 NSW Syllabus

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