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Mathematics 2 or 3 week Unit Plan

Mathematics UnitPlan

Year: 6Block: C Unit: 1 Duration: 2 weeks Date: w/c 05/11/2007

Handlingdata and measures.

 PriorLearning      GreenAmberRed Check that childrencan already:      Construct frequency tables,pictograms, bar charts and line graphs to represent the frequenciesof events and changes over time.      collect, select and organisedata to answer questions; draw conclusions and identify furtherquestions to ask      use ICT to collect, analyse,present and interpret information      find and interpret the mode ofa set of data      describe the occurrence offamiliar events using the language of chance or likelihood ISP Must:Understand which operationto use when hearing/reading lots of, groups of, how many fewer isthan..? How much more is? How much less is? How many are leftover? How many are left? The sum of Should:Understand the terms units,boundary, tens boundary, hundreds boundary, and tenths boundary,divisible by, factor, inverse and repeated addition. Could:Understand the termsquotient, array, and product. VocabularyAs above. STARTER MAIN Learning Objectives:  Suggest, plan and developlines of enquiry; collect, organise and represent information,interpret results and review methods; identify and answer relatedquestions  Solve problems by collecting,selecting, processing, presenting and interpreting data, using ICTwhere appropriate; draw conclusions and identify further questionsto ask  Construct and interpretfrequency tables, bar charts with grouped discrete data, and linegraphs; interpret pie charts  Describe and interpretresults and solutions to problems using the mode, range, median andmean  Select and use standardmetric units of measure and convert between units using decimals totwo places (e.g. change 2.75 litres to 2750 ml, or viceversa)  Read and interpret scales ona range of measuring instruments, recognising that the measurementmade is approximate and recording results to a required degree ofaccuracy; compare readings on different scales, for example whenusing different instruments  Make notes when listeningfor a sustained period and discuss how note-taking varies dependingon context and purpose Vocabulary:problem, solution, calculate,calculation, method, explain, reasoning, reason, predict, pattern,relationship, classify, represent, analyse, interpretfair, unfair, risk, doubt,likely, unlikely, equally likely, likelihood, certain, uncertain,probable, possible, impossible, chance, good chance, poor chance,no chance, equal chance, even chance, outcome, biased,randomestimate, measure, standardmetric units of measurement and their abbreviationsdata, information, survey,questionnaire, graph, chart, table, scale, interval, division,horizontal axis, vertical axis, axes, label, title, pictogram, barchart, bar-line chart, line graph, pie chartfrequency, mode,maximum/minimum value, range, mean, average, median,statistics SPEAKING& LISTENING Learning Objectives:Makenotes when listening for a sustained period and discuss hownote-taking varies depending on context and purpose