Oz-e-maths Supplementary Materials for Connecting Maths Concepts Years F-5
Top-ups and Swap-outs for Currency and Measurement - Year 5
Top-ups and Swap-outs for Currency and Measurement – Year 5 is a Mathematics unit for Year 5 students. It works in cooperation with Connecting Maths Concepts (CMC) to ensure that delivery of CMC aligns with Australian Curriculum gap requirements. It aligns to the Australian Curriculum:
- Select and use appropriate displays or visualisations, interpret and communicate findings or solutions within the context (AC9M5ST03).
- Justify choices and explain results in terms of the situation (AC9M5N09).
- The outcome in this lesson is now a Year 6 outcome
- Use observation and experience to assign probabilities that events occur in a given context, using fractions, percentages and decimals to indicate their estimated likelihood (AC9M6P01).
- Recognise and describe what changes and what remains the same under the transformation and identify any rotational symmetries (AC9M5SP03).
- Create simple financial plans (ACMNA106).
In Lesson 20 (CMC Level F: Lesson 31-40), students learn to:
- use the grid reference system to describe location
- apply directional language using the compass points (North, East, South and West)
- use a legend to identify landmarks on a map
- construct a legend from the information contained in a map, including a compass.
In lesson 21 (CMC Level F: Lessons 41-50), students learn to:
- define data and how it can be displayed
- read a frequency table
- examine data question types
- identify and use open questions to closed questions
- identify categorical and numerical data types
- collect categorical data and conduct a survey.
In Lesson 23 (CMC Level F: Lesson 61-70), students learn to:
- calculate a tuckshop order
- define and calculate a budget
- calculate a budget
- create a budget for a fundraising event
- create a budget for a class fundraising event
- define and identify GST on items.
In Lesson 25 (CMC Level F: Lesson 81-90), students learn to:
- define probability - certain, likely, even chance, unlikely and impossible - and use these terms to describe the probability of an event occurring
- describe the probability of events occurring using certain, likely, even chance, unlikely and impossible
- recognise that probabilities can be expressed as a fraction from 0 to 1.
In Lesson 28 (CMC Level F: Lesson 111-120), students learn to:
- define and identify the rotational symmetry of two-dimensional shapes
- identify the points of rotational symmetry
- identify rotational symmetry in patterns
- identify reflection symmetry using the x or y axis to complete the shape
- identify line symmetry by drawing a reflection
- define translation and use this term to describe two-dimensional shapes
- use translation to describe two-dimensional shapes
- describe the translations, reflections, or rotations of two-dimensional shapes
- use rotational symmetry to draw a two-dimensional shape
- define transformation and identify translations, reflections, and rotations
- use enlargement transformation to draw two-dimensional shapes.
- Apply directional language and understand the compass points.
- Collect and identify categorical and numerical data types.
- Understand budgeting.
- Define probability using language and fractions.
- Understand symmetry, transformations, translations, reflections, or rotations of two-dimensional shapes.
- Apply arithmetic skills for all units of measurement.
- Solve comparison word problems.
- Mastery Tests are given at the end of every 10 lessons, designed to be taught over a two-week cycle. Mastery Tests allow teachers to monitor student understanding of the concepts taught in previous lessons and identify where reteaching is needed.
- The Teaching Guide contains the Mastery Test script. Mastery Tests are delivered using a presentation script, board displays and a handout for students. The Teaching Guide also contains the Answer Key.
- There are two Cumulative Tests for Swap-Outs that are completed after lesson 60 and lesson 120. The Cumulative Tests are in the Teaching Guide.
- Teachers copy the assessment and distribute to students at testing time.
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