This tables matches (as best as possible) the statements from the Maths APP for levels 1 through to 6.
This table is designed to support planning and assessment. When planning a maths lesson on a specific subject you can see what children should be able to do at the different levels and differentiate accordingly.
Where adjacent columns are blank it is either because there are two statements meeting the same area (e.g. a statement about angles below another statement about angles) or because this is an area specific to that level (e.g. algebra only appears from levels 4 to 6).
<p>Updated version of the APP grid (March 2010). Format for groups of up to 10 children. Colour coding of cells reflects objectives achieved on each worksheet. Overview of levels - primitive but functional!</p>
I compiled each of the levels 2 to 8 for maths APP onto a separate sheet for each level. We print these on A3 sheets and use the date/pupil notes sections to record details of when we cover a topic, and names/details of those pupils who have experienced difficulties.
Find above-level-8 objectives, and on the final sheet are all objectives numbered which we use for targets when report writing.
This has proved a real time saver for us, as we focus our attentions on the pupils who struggled with an objective, rather than those who completed it successfully.
Handout with answers where students fill in the fraction wall then use it to answer true/false statements in the questions at the bottom of the sheet. Students are then encouraged to create some statements/questions of their own.
A template with some sample information, used in ICT based maths lessons for pupils to create stories and headlines where the probability of the event happening is zero. I have also uploaded 'The Certain Times' and 'The 50/50 Echo'.
Below are word documents with the new Curriculum 2014 objectives for each year group in the primary phase. I thought of using them by RAG rating children's understanding of the objectives featured. Use each year group objective sheet to suit the individual needs of groups of children in your class.
There are 4 sets of questions (Number, Algebra, Shape, Data) which are mainly A and A* (with some lower grade questions from topics which students struggle with, e.g. percentages, constructions). PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. Students work in pairs or small groups to answer the questions. When they finish a question they get it marked and if it is correct they are given cash to the value of the question. There are bank notes which you can put your school name and pictures of your teachers on. The team with the most money at the end could be given a prize.
Attached is a document for use in children's books to set and assess objectives in Year 1 - old national curriculum levels are included for Year 1
Yr1 Commenced = 1c
Yr1 Developing = 1c+/1b
Yr 1 Secure = 1b+/1a
Objectives could be dated and highlighted as achieved