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					5 -14 Mathematics Programme of Study for Level C School Learning Outcome
2.1 Find 1/3, 1/5 or 1/10 of simple
quantities involving 1 or 2 digit numbers

Class / Group: Activities and resources
SHm4 Textbook p58, 59, 60 Activity Book p 22, 23, 24 Pupil Sheets 25 - 28

Start date: Teaching Notes
SHm4 p 220 –229TF

Unit:

C2 Consolidation / Homework
Home Activity 22 Tens F%R p9 – 13, 16abc

ICT
Various fractions ideas (pdf format) http: //www. primaryresources. co.uk/maths/maths4a.htm ‘Converting Measurements’ http: //www. teaching ideas.co. uk/maths/contents3.htm ‘The Addition Machine’ www. amblesideprimary.com/ ambleweb/mentalmaths/addition test.html

Other / Extension
SHm4 Check-up 19

2.2 Estimate length and height in
easily handled standard units using m, 1/2 m, 1/10 m and cm, convert between units eg 134cm = 1m 34cm or 1.34m 2.3 + and - whole nos with 2 digits to/from up to 3 digits in applications in nmm and money to £20 including decimals to two places when reading / recording money eg 250p + 90p = 340p = £3.40 2.4 Display by constructing a table, chart or bar graph with axes graduated in multiple units and discrete categories of information, and interpret by retrieving specific records 2.5 Use right, acute, obtuse to describe angles and know that a right angle is 90 o and a straight angle is 180 o 2.6 Draw circles using various methods

SHm4 Textbook p 74,75;

SHm4 TF p276 - 283

Edin Sheet C2.2

SHm4 Activity Book p6, 10 Textbook 11–14; 25–28 ;67, (68 beyond C) 69; (Some revision of B) Check up 4; 7; 21 Topic Assessment 7

SHm4 TF p80 – 87 TF p118 - 125 TF p 254 - 260

Edin Sheet C2.3 SHm4 Extension E16 Activity Book 7

Home Activity 3 (partly D) Home Activity 7 (partly B) Home Activity 25 Tens + & - p31

‘Charting and Graphing for iLife’ CD ROM Kudlian Soft ‘Bar Graph Sorter’ http: //www. shodor.org/inter activate/activities/index.html ‘What’s My Angle’ on CD ROM www. standards.dfes.gov.uk/ numeracy/publications (Scroll down) ‘Circulation’ www.mathsyear2000. org/explorer ‘Matho’ www.aplusmath.com/ Games/index.html

Edin Sheet C2.4

SHm4 Textbook p 101 SHm5 Textbook p118 SHm5 Textbook p109 SHm4 Textbook p41, 51 Activity Book 14,18 Pupil Sheet 42 Check up 15 Practical activites with 100 sq

SHm4TF p351 – 352; SHm5 TF p390 - 392 SHm5 TF p367 SHm4 TF p 159 – 160 TF p 188 - 191

Tens SPM p32,33

Tens SPM p31

Tens SPM p30 Tens x & ÷33 – 35; Home Activity 12 Home Activity 18

2.7 Reinforce known tables and
introduce 6 x table for x and ÷

April 2005

5 -14 Mathematics Programme of Study for Level C Assessment to inform next steps Learning Outcome Assessment Unit Test C2 Observation – general Observation – focused Active listening Questioning Review pupils' work Pupil – self assessment Pupil – peer assessment Teacher test Class / Group Evaluations / Next steps Unit:C2 Date

2.1 Find 1/3, 1/5 or 1/10 of simple

quantities involving 1 or 2 digit numbers 2.2 Estimate length and height in easily handled standard units using m, 1/2 m, 1/10 m and cm, convert between units eg 134cm = 1m 34cm or 1.34m 2.3 + and - whole nos with 2 digits to/from up to 3 digits in applications in nmm and money to £20 including decimals to two places when reading / recording money eg 250p + 90p = 340p = £3.40 2.4 Display by constructing a table, chart or bar graph with axes graduated in multiple units and discrete categories of information, and interpret by retrieving specific records 2.5 Use right, acute, obtuse to describe angles and know that a right angle is 90 o and a straight angle is 180 o 2.6 Draw circles using various methods

2.7 Reinforce known tables and
introduce 6 x table for x and ÷

April 2005

5 -14 Mathematics Programme of Study for Level C

C2 - Mental Agility
bond numbers with 100 (simple examples) eg 55 / 45 and find simple cases of change from £1 or £5 use coins to exchange eg £1 = 4x20p+2x10p read and say numbers to 10000 and + or – 1, 10, 100 or 1000 to / from any 4 digit nos eg 2115, 3115, 4115, consolidate adding or subtracting a single digit to / from a double digit number eg 67+9, 71-7 add and subtract multiples of 50 to/from multiples of 100 eg 250+350, 1000-50 do repeated additions of 7 (particularly), 8 or 9 (to 90 or beyond) consolidate the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 times tables for multiplying and dividing and now the 7 times find 1/2 and 1/4 of simpler cases beyond these tables eg 1/2 of 36 or 1/4 of 100 find 1/3, 1/5, 1/10 of quantities eg 1/3 of 12, 1/5 of 15, 1/10 of 40 consolidate basic bonding such as 7+9, 9+7, 16-7, 169 (a key skill) double numbers eg 2x27, 2x38 estimate the position on a number line to 1000 eg where is 600, or, 250? round 3 digit numbers to the nearest 100 eg 280 give the halves of any multiple of 100, to 1000 eg 1/2 of 300

Support Material

Date

Evaluation / Next Steps

April 2005


				
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