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LEVEL 2 MATHEMATICS : NUMBER KNOWLEDGE Year 7 – Below Expected : Year 8 – At Risk DIMENSION I AM A BEGINNER I AM DEVELOPING I AM ACHIEVING I AM AN EXPERT I can: I can: I can I know tens in decades, e.g. • Read any number up to • Say the number after a • Order numbers to 100, tens in 60? Tens that add to 100 e.g. 17, 38 number in the range 1 – then numbers to 1000 100, e.g. 70 + 30 • Count forwards from any 100 • Know teen numbers e.g. ADDITION/SUBTRACTION number up to 100, e.g. 34, • Say the number before a 10 + 5 = 15 AND 35 etc. number in the range 1 – 10 +__ = 16 • Count backwards from 100 PLACE VALUE any number from 100 • Count forwards and backwards in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s MULTIPLICATION I can skip count in twos, With support I can say the 2 I know the 2 times, 5 times, I know the 2 times, 5 times, AND fives, and tens times, 5 times, and 10 times and 10 times tables and 10 times tables and also DIVISION tables know their division facts FRACTIONS, DECIMALS I know doubles to 20 and I can read unit fractions – AND halves – e.g. 3 + 3, 6 – 3, ½ e.g. ½ PERCENTAGES of 6 Claire Schnell, Kaitao Middle School LEVEL 3 MATHEMATICS : NUMBER KNOWLEDGE Year 7 – Expected : Year 8 – Below Expected DIMENSION I AM A BEGINNER I AM DEVELOPING I AM ACHIEVING I AM AN EXPERT I can: I can: I know: I can: • Read numbers to 1000 • Order numbers to 1000, • Groups within 1000, • Read and order numbers • Say the number one then 10000 e.g. 240 = 760 To 10000000 more/less, 10 • Round three-digit • Basic facts for subtraction • Read decimals up to three ADDITION/SUBTRACTION more/less, 100 numbers to the nearest 10 with quick recall e.g. 16 - 9 places, e.g. AND more/less than numbers or 100 • The number 1000 more/ 0.764; 0.14; 0.8 to 1000 • Know addition facts to 20 1000 less e.g. • Round decimals to the PLACE VALUE e.g. • Count forwards and 3698: 2698/4698 nearest whole number backwards by ones, tens, 12 + 8 = 20 Round whole numbers to e.g. 3.49 to 4 and hundreds up to 1000 11 + 9 - 20 The nearest 10, 100, 1000 any number from 100 e.g. 5508 to 6000 I can skip count forwards and With support I can say the 3 I know the 3 times, 4 times I know: MULTIPLICATION backwards in threes and times, 4 times tables tables. • How many twos, threes, fours fives and tens in numbers to AND 100 and any remainders e.g. DIVISION three in 17. • 6, 7, 8, 9 times tables FRACTIONS, DECIMALS I can read 1/2, 1/4, 1/3, 1/5, 1/10 I can order fractions with the I can read symbols for any I can order fractions with AND different denominators, e.g. same denominator e.g. fraction, for example 1 PERCENTAGES 1 /2, 2/4, 3/4 11 /3, 4/5, 13/3 /4, 2/3, 4/5 Claire Schnell, Kaitao Middle School LEVEL 4 MATHEMATICS : NUMBER KNOWLEDGE Year 7 – Above Expected : Year 8 – Expected DIMENSION I AM A BEGINNER I AM DEVELOPING I AM ACHIEVING I AM AN EXPERT I can: I know: I can: I can: • Say number 0.001, 0.01, • Groupings of 10, 100, • Use the working form • Use the working form 0.1, 1, 10, before/after 1000, made from a accurately to solve accurately to solve any whole number number of up to seven addition and subtraction addition and subtraction Order decimals up to digits e.g. tens in 47 562 problems using whole problems using decimal ADDITION/SUBTRACTION Three places, e.g. 6.25, • Round decimals to the numbers. numbers AND • Add and subtract integers 6.2, 6.252 nearest 100, 10, 1, 1/10, • I know number of tenths, PLACE VALUE Count forwards and 1/100 hundredths, and • Add and subtract Backwards in 0.001s, • I can say number 0.001, thousandths that are in equivalent fractions 0.01s, 0.1s, ones, tens etc. 0.01, 0.1, 1, 10, before/ numbers up to three after decimal numbers decimal places e.g tenths in 45.6 I can recall all multiplication I can: I can: I know: and division facts up to 10 x • Use divisibility rules for 2, • Identify factors of • Simple powers of numbers 10 3, 5, 9, 10 e.g. 245 is numbers to 100 e.g. to 10 e.g. 23 = 8 divisible by 5 since the factors of 35 = (1, 5, 7, 35) • I can use divisibility rules for ones digit is 5 • Find common multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 e.g. 276 is divisible by 3 because MULTIPLICATION • I know square numbers to numbers to 10 e.g. of 3 2 + 7 + 6 = 15 100, and the matching and 7 = (21, 42, 63 . . .) AND • I can identify common square roots • Use the working form factors of pairs of number to DIVISION • I know what happens accurately to solve 100 including the highest when a whole number of multiplication and division common factor decimal is x or / by a problems using whole • I can identify least common power of 10, e.g. 4.5 x numbers multiples of pairs of 100; 67.3/10 numbers to 10 e.g. the LCM of 6 and 8 is 24 Claire Schnell, Kaitao Middle School I can: I can: • Order fractions, decimals, • Recall fractional, decimals FRACTIONS, DECIMALS and percentages e.g. 40%, and percentage 3 AND /5, 0.5 conversions for commonly PERCENTAGES used fractions e.g. 1/8 = 0.125 = 12.5% Independently: Apply With Support: Apply additive Mostly Independently: Apply Independently: Apply additive and multiplicative and multiplicative strategies additive and multiplicative additive and multiplicative strategies flexibly to whole flexibly to whole numbers, strategies flexibly to whole strategies flexibly to whole numbers, ratios, and ratios, and equivalent numbers, ratios, and numbers, ratios, and equivalent fractions. fractions. equivalent fractions. equivalent fractions. Apply additive strategies to Use multiplication and Use multiplication and Use multiplication and *NUMBER AND decimals. division as inverse operations division as inverse division as inverse ALGEBRA: Balance positive and on whole numbers. operations on whole operations on whole negative amounts. Apply additive strategies numbers. numbers. flexibly to decimals. Apply additive strategies Apply additive strategies flexibly to decimals. flexibly to decimals. Claire Schnell, Kaitao Middle School