ASPECTS OF NUMERACY FOCUS AREA 1

KLA APPLICATION AND CONSIDERATIONS

early in STAGE 1

LANGUAGES

  • Understands that other countries have a different currency to Australia

MUSIC

  • Continues singing songs and dancing using number
  • Counting beats and recognising 2 sounds on a beat aurally

DANCE

  • Counts beats in dance sequences
  • Moves into groups of a set number
  • Musical statue number groupings
  • Inversion of movement sequence eg. upside-down

VISUAL ARTS

  • Creates symbols to represent 1 to 9 in a grid and creates artworks from these symbols
  • Visually represents number stories through image
  • Makes patterns using arrays

DRAMA

  • Role plays using addition, subtraction and number
  • Role plays of shopping with money language at point of sale

 

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end of STAGE 1

LANGUAGES

  • Expresses age in the target language
  • Counts, adds, subtracts and orders numbers up to two digits in the target language
  • Identifies and locates numbers in familiar texts, oral instructions and everyday situations in the target language

MUSIC

  • Counts using a steady pulse up to 3 digits and skip counting
  • Recognises aurally up to 4 sounds on a beat
  • Identifies accents/metre (grouping of beats) aurally

DANCE

  • Structures positions in rows and columns
  • Models grouping
  • Identifies a set movement sequence by number

VISUAL ARTS

  • Uses illustration and other artistic forms to show 12, 14, 18
  • Experiments with form to demonstrate columns, rows and arrays
  • Uses money embedded into an artwork eg, rubbings or note/coin images and symbols

DRAMA

  • Role plays problem solving and position

 

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