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- develop accuracy, efficiency and confidence in computation;
- develop the ability to estimate and to make appropriate approximations;
- use number processes to solve problems in the real world
Pupils will: - develop a knowledge and understanding of systems of measurement;
- develop confidence and competence in using measuring devices;
- develop the ability to select appropriate units of measurement and to estimate measurements;
- use measurement in the solution of problems in the real world
Pupils will: - develop knowledge of geometrical relations and shapes in two and three dimensions;
- develop a spatial awareness, and the ability to recognize the geometric properties of everyday objects;
- make use of the geometric properties of objects to solve problems in the real world.
Pupils will: - develop the ability to think abstractly;
- develop the ability to use symbols and notation to represent and communicate mathematical relationships, concepts and generalizations;
- develop the ability to perceive patterns in a set of numbers and to generalize rules that govern patterns;<
- use algebra to solve problems in the real world.
Pupils will: - develop the skills of collecting, organizing and analyzing data;
- develop the ability to represent data in graphical form;
- develop the ability to interpret data presented in charts, tables and graphs;
- develop the ability to estimate probabilities and to use probabilities for prediction;
- develop the ability to use data to solve problems in the real world.
See also Mathematics expectations of average pupil. |