## Introduction

**Lesson 11**

**Learning Target:** Analyze number patterns created from mixed operations.

**Grab a ruler (or a straight edge), pencil, and your problem set)****Watch Video i****t doesn’t exactly match but it has similar problems) I would suggest you watch a problem then pause then try and do the same problem on your problem set**

(Watch until you feel comfortable)

**Complete the problem set :go back in the video if needed****Check your answers:**http://ojusd-ca.schoolloop.com/file/1368364943627/1365835800006/5223237243117274281.pdf

**After checking**: Go to someone that is done (if no one is done go to a teacher) discuss the following:**Be prepared**– If you cannot answer the questions watch the video again or do your own investigation.**ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS ON LOOSELEAF PAPER. THIS MAY BE DONE WITH A PARTNER. HAND IN your answers in the MATH BIN –label it lesson 11**

- Make a statement that describes how the lines generated from mixed operations behave. How are they similar and different from
*multiplication only*or*addition*or*subtraction only*rules? - Share your answers to Problems 2(b) and 4(b) with a neighbor. Explain your thought process as you generated the coordinate pairs.
- Predict what line
*m*would look like if you added first and then multiplied.

**Complete Exit Ticket by yourself and hand in THE MATH BIN**

**How will I and you know you met the objective (understand it)?**

If you get a 3 or 4 on your exit ticket

Game choices:

http://hotmath.com/hotmath_help/games/ctf/ctf_hotmath.swf

http://mathsnacks.com/game-over-gopher-en.html

http://www.mathplayground.com/spaceboyrescue.html

OR SEARCH COORDINATE GRID GAMES in google