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This resource features a starter on handout, a discussion of what sequences are, and builds to the term-to-term rule.
Pupils are required to find the next two terms for sequences and add answers together to generate a three-digit code to unlock combination lock.
It then moves on to a dominoes activity which develops understanding of position-to-term rule.
Then, there is a plenary with questions of varying difficulty.
Generate terms of a sequence from either a term-to-term or a position-to-term rule
Richard Davies is an education professional interested in STEM education, personal and social education and the role of education in International Development. You can find his resources on his website rccdavies.wordpress.com and on his TES page ptarmigan, and follow him on Twitter at @enrich_ed.
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