ASPECTS OF NUMERACY FOCUS AREA 1

KLA APPLICATION AND CONSIDERATIONS

early in STAGE 2

LANGUAGES

  • Orders coins and/or notes from a different currency according to their value
  • Expresses prices in the target language

HISTORY

  • Interprets the significance of ‘greater than’ and ‘less than’ from timelines

MUSIC

  • Sings songs about number eg. times tables
  • Explores groupings of beats and metre in time signatures
  • Identifies simple note values and the relation to the beat

DANCE

  • Adds movement sequences together
  • Uses additive techniques eg. adding to original moves

VISUAL ARTS

  • Creates symbols to represent numbers in a grid and creates artworks from these symbols
  • Creates symbols in a grid and uses these for artworks
  • Models 12 , 14 , 13 using various media
  • Models arrays using a variety of forms

DRAMA

  • Uses sequences to structure drama
  • Role plays calculations using money

 

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end of STAGE 2

HISTORY

  • Understands the significance of ‘tens of thousands of years’ in a historical context

MUSIC

  • Uses songs and pulse to recall number facts
  • Identifies sequences in musical composition
  • Explore metre and time signature further

DANCE

  • Explore size by expanding on condensing a sequence
  • Explore rhythmic patterns and variety to suit the number of beats

VISUAL ARTS

  • Visually represent fractions
  • Illustrates equivalent fractions and decimals
  • Creates visually, sequences of multiplication facts
  • Explores line and symbol

DRAMA

  • Role plays number problems eg. Odd Squad, Numberjacks problems

 

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