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Success criteria examples for Block D unit 2 - Block D Unit 2

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									         Examples of using the renewed framework for mathematics to plan clear learning objectives, differentiation and success criteria



                                                   Block D Unit 2
Year 1
Core learning: Relate addition to counting on; recognise that addition can be done in any order; use
practical and informal written methods to support the addition of a one-digit number or a multiple of
10 to a one-digit or two-digit number.

Learning outcome: I can buy two toys and work out how much they cost altogether.

Learning Objective: To add two numbers together

Differentiation:           - two single digit numbers
                           - one-digit to two-digit
                           - multiple of 10 to two digit

Success criteria (Remember to….)
- Hold the biggest number in my head and count on
- Add on the tens first, then the units
- Check my answer (total) is sensible


Year 3
Core learning: Add or subtract mentally combinations of one-digit and two-digit numbers.

Learning outcome: I can add or subtract two 2-digit numbers.

Learning objective: To add and subtract numbers mentally

Differentiation: - add and subtract one-digit numbers
                 - add and subtract one and two-digit numbers
                 - add and subtract two 2-digit numbers

Success criteria (Remember to….)
- Check if the sum is addition or subtraction (am I counting on or back?)
- Decide whether the answer will be bigger or smaller
- Decide whether the numbers can be in any order
- Look for any patterns or known facts that may be useful

Year 5
Core learning: Use efficient written methods to add and subtract whole numbers and decimals with
up to two places.

Learning outcome: I can add and subtract whole numbers and decimals with two places in columns.

Learning Objective: To add and subtract numbers using a written method.

Differentiation: - add and subtract whole numbers using the partitioned column method (NB: this
                   could be on a number line or column method depending on the children)
                 - add and subtract decimals with up to two places on a number line
                 - add and subtract whole numbers and decimals with up to two places in columns

Success criteria (Remember to…..)
- Check if the sum is addition or subtraction (am I counting on or back?)
- Decide whether the answer will be bigger or smaller
- Partition the numbers into Hundreds, Tens, Units, Tenths, Hundredths (NB: this may be mentally)
- Line up the numbers underneath each other in their columns (NB: only if using column method!)
                                                                                   Bexley Primary Mathematics Team

								
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