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2018 - YEAR-PLAN - Internally Assessed Level 1 MATHEMATICS

TERM ONE Tuesday 30 January - Friday 13th April (Week 0 + 11 other weeks)
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Week 0 Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11
F = Deans ½ day M = Holiday M = closed M,T= Photos W–Fri Y7 Camp 1 W–Fri Y7 Camp 2 W–Fri Y7 Camp 3 W–Fri Y7 Camp 4 F = Good Friday M,Tu = Easter W,Th = TaiTokerau
HODs ½ day T,W = Hui, PS T = Waitangi “Day” Gather evidence for US26623 – Use number to solve problems and prepare for AS91026v3
Week 7
Th = All Staff Hui W = 7 & 13 start Whole numbers Fractions/decimals/percentages/ratios/rates Working with Money
Assessment
F = 13 CC at 10 W = 8, 11 & 12 start Units in Maths Ch 2 Units in Maths Ch 1, 4, 5, 6 Units in Maths Ch 3
Geometric Representations AS 91033 v 3 Weeks 2-6  16 periods. AS 91033v3
Th = 9, 10 start
Work with a selection of appropriate problems from sources such as: NZC L4 Number  AS 91026 NZC L5 Number  AS 91026
NA4-1 Use a range of multiplicative strategies when operating on NA5-1 Reason with linear proportions.
Education Perfect Gamma Maths Ch 23-25 Nulake IAS Workbook 1.8 Walker Maths Workbook 1.8 whole numbers. NA6-1 Apply direct and inverse relationships with linear proportions.
 3 NCEA L1 credits that also count for Numeracy NA5-2 Use prime numbers, common factors and multiples, and powers (including square
NA4-2 Understand addition and subtraction of fractions, decimals,
roots).
and integers.
NZC L5 Geometry  AS 91033 NZC L6 Geometry  AS 91033 NA4-3 Find fractions, decimals, and percentages of amounts
NA6-2 Extend powers to include integers and fractions.
GM5-6 Create accurate nets for simple polyhedra and connect three-dimensional NA5-3 Understand operations on fractions, decimals, percentages, and integers.
GM6-7 Use a co-ordinate plane or map to show expressed as whole numbers, simple fractions, and decimals. NA6-3 Apply everyday compounding rates.
solids with different two-dimensional representations. points in common and areas contained by
GM5-7 Construct and describe simple loci. NA4-4 Apply simple linear proportions, including ordering fractions. NA5-4 Use rates and ratios.
two or more loci.
GM5-8 Interpret points and lines on co-ordinate planes, including scales and NA4-5 Know the equivalent decimal andpercentage
8 periodsforms for NA5-5 Know commonly used fraction, decimal, and percentage conversions.
bearings on maps. everyday fractions. NA5-6 Know and apply standard form, significant figures, rounding, and decimal place value.

TERM TWO Monday 30th April to Friday 6th July (10 weeks)
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10
W = Otago Junior Mx? Th= Snr Maths comp? M.T = Y7 Eye Tests W = Careers Far Nth AS M= Queens
91036 v3birthday
Bivariate Data - PPDAC cycle [& opportunities for some evidence towards US26626]  Term2 weeks 7-10
F = Work Day Work with a selection of resources from places such as:
Continue gathering evidence for US26623 – Use number to solve problems and prepare for AS91026v3 Education Perfect Gamma Maths Ch 20-21 Nulake IAS Workbook 1.11 Walker Maths Workbook 1.11
Work with a selection of appropriate problems from sources such as: NZC L5 Bivariate Data Investigation  AS 91036 NZC L6 Bivariate Data Investigation  AS 91036 Assessment
Education Perfect Gamma Maths Ch 23-25 Nulake IAS Workbook 1.1 Walker Maths Workbook 1.1 S5-1 Plan and conduct surveys and experiments using the S6-1 Plan and conduct investigations using the statistical AS 91036v3
statistical enquiry cycle: determining appropriate enquiry cycle: justifying the variables and measures used; US
variables and measures; considering sources of variation; managing sources of variation, including through the use of
NZC L6 Number  AS 91026 Mid-year Exams gathering and cleaning data; using multiple displays, and re-
NA6-1 Apply direct and inverse relationships with linear proportions.
random sampling; Identifying and communicating features in
NA6-3 Apply everyday compounding rates.
Number Assessments: categorising data to find patterns, variations, relationships, context (trends, relationships between variables, and
NA6-4 Find optimal solutions, using numerical approaches. US 26623, AS 91026 and trends in multivariate data sets; comparing sample differences within and between distributions), using multiple
AS 91026  4 NCEA L1 credits that also count for Numeracy distributions visually, using measures of centre, spread, and displays; making informal inferences about populations from
proportion; presenting a report of findings. sample data; justifying findings, using displays and measures.
 8 periods
TERM THREE Monday 23rd July to Friday 28th September (10 weeks)
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10
Th = AMC competition? Tu –ICAS Maths ? W = Science Fair ??? Options evening ??? W=Mid-winter Hui?? Tournament week AIMS Games Sports & Group Photos
F = 7 Speeches Assessment US Measurement  AS 91030 v3  Term3 weeks 5 - 8
AS Probability 91038 v3  Term3 weeks 1-4 Work with a selection of resources from places such as:
Work with a selection of resources from places such as: AS 91038v3
Education Perfect Gamma Maths Ch10-16 Nulake IAS Wkbk 1.5 Walker Maths Wkbk 1.5
Education Perfect Gamma Maths Ch22 Nulake IAS Wkbk 1.13 Walker Maths Wkbk 1.13  3 NCEA L1 credits that also count for Numeracy End-of-year
3 NCEA L1 credits that also count for Numeracy Exam
NZC L5 Measurement  AS 91030 NZC L6 Measurement  AS 91030
NZC L5 Probability  AS 91038 NZC L5 Probability  AS 91038 GM5-2 Convert between metric units, using decimals. GM6-2 Apply the relationships between units in the metric AS 91030v3
S5-3 Compare and describe the variation S6-3 Investigate situations that involve elements of GM5-3 Deduce and use formulae to find the perimeters and areas of system, including the units for measuring different US 26627
between theoretical and experimental chance: comparing discrete theoretical distributions and polygons and the volumes of prisms. attributes and derived measures.
distributions in situations that involve experimental distributions, appreciating the role of sample GM5-4 Find the perimeters and areas of circles and composite shapes GM6-3 Calculate volumes, including prisms, pyramids, cones,
elements of chance. size; calculating probabilities in discrete situations. and the volumes of prisms, including cylinders. and spheres, using formulae.

TERM FOUR Monday 15th October to Friday 14th December (9 weeks)


Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9
M = Holiday Th,F,S = Art Exhibition W = NCEA Exams T= EOTC 7+8?? Th=Y8/10 PG pract?? M = Y8/10 PG
F = Senoir Prizegiving? T - F= Y9,10exam??? W EOTC 9+10?? F=Y7/9 PG pract?? T = Y&/9 PG
Geometric Transformations AS 91034 v 3 TERM 3 Weeks 1-3  10 periods. F= Raft Race?? T= Staff farewells??
Work with a selection of resources from places such as: Assessment
Education Perfect Nulake IAS Wkbk 1.9 Walker Maths Wkbk 1.9 10Ticks AS 91034v3
 2 NCEA L1 credits that also count for Numeracy
NZC L5 Geometry  AS 91034 NZC L6 Geometry  AS 91034
GM5-9 Define and use transformations GM6-7 Use a co-ordinate plane or map to show points in
and describe the invariant common and areas contained by two or more loci. NCEA Exams
properties of figures and objects GM6-8 Compare and apply single and multiple
under these transformations. transformations.
GM6-9 Analyse symmetrical patterns by the transformations
used to create them.