# Year 2 | Unit 7 ```Learner Resource
School Name
Mudgeeraba Creek School
Subject
Maths
Description
Sample Pre assessment Unit 7
Teacher Info
Refer to guiding notes on pages 2-4
Jane Grace
Numbers and
Place value
Topic
Contact
Year
2
Janelle Dickman 0467 777 965
1. Year 2 was having a mini sports day. The students were trying to hit a target with a ball.
In the first round, 13 students missed the target and 26 students hit it. How many students were playing?
Show how you worked this out…
2.
In the second round 25 students threw a ball at the target. 12 hit the target.
How many students missed the target?
Show how you worked this out…
3. At the picnic, there were 43 mats to sit on. 15 students missed on mats.
How many students were at the picnic?
Show how you worked this out…
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Teacher Guiding Notes
DURATION
CURRICULUM PLAN TOPICS
2 LESSONS
Patterns and Algebra
13 LESSONS
Number and Place Value *ASSESSMENT TASK
5 LESSONS
Data representation / interpretation and chance *MONITORING TASK
5 LESSONS
Using units of Measurement
25 LESSONS
TOTAL UNIT
RATIONALE
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Due to the large focus on number in the previous 6 units (highlighted yellow in the table below), children
have explored and worked with two and three digit numbers extensively. Teacher knowledge of student
achievement in this area should be quite thorough however a simple pre-test to identify levels of mastery
and some high order problem solving is appropriate to discover ability level of students in this area. THIS
PRE-ASSESSMENT (see below) COULD BE USED ON THE REGIONAL TEMPLATE AND IS RELATED TO THE
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One week devoted to data representation (highlighted purple) involving students to gather, record and
interpret data in response to a question. As this has not been covered since unit 2, a webtool task in eTc
Maths/ IXL Maths for Year 2 could provide the teacher with valuable insight into how children can
interpret and predict data showing justification for their thinking. A screen shot could be taken and
emailed to the teacher or this would be an excellent task to add to a virtual classroom.
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One week is devoted to measurement ( highlighted blue) and was last covered in Unit 3. It could be preassessed by asking the students to physically order and compare mass, length, area and capacity of objects
and shapes based on a single attribute.
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Only two lessons are devoted to patterns and
algebra. (highlighted green) It has not been
covered since unit 3 and the teacher may need
familiarise him/herself with the abilities of the
children in this area. The focus is patterning and
identifying missing elements so a simple sticky
question could be sufficient.
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Number and place
Number and place
Shape — recognise
Number and place
value — recall the
value — represent
and name familiar 2value — recall
ones counting
2-digit numbers,
D shapes, describe
sequence,
partition 2-digit
the features of 2D
facts, identify
investigate the 2s,
numbers, round
shapes, draw 2-D
related
5s and 10s number
numbers to the
shapes, identify 3D
subtraction
sequences,
objects and
number facts,
represent two-digit
strings of singledescribe the
describe partnumbers, show
features of familiar
part-whole
standard and nonand subtract 23D objects
relationships,
standard place value
digit numbers,
Number and place
partitioning,
represent
and subtraction
value — represent
multiplication and
2-digit numbers,
and subtraction, use
division, solve
and subtract 2read and write 2part-part-whole
simple
digit numbers,
digit numbers,
reasoning to solve
multiplication and
represent
partition 2-digit
division problems
multiplication,
numbers into place
subtract 2-digit
represent
Data representation
value parts, partition
numbers (without
division, solve
and interpretation
smaller numbers,
bridging)
simple grouping
— collect simple
consolidate familiar
and sharing
Using units of
data e.g. sort and
counting
problems
measurement —
count, observe
sequences, and
order days of the
explore the 3s
Money and financial
week and months of
questions, record
counting sequence
mathematics —
the year, use
data in lists and
describe the
Patterns and algebra
calendars to record
tables, display
features of
— infer pattern rules
and plan significant
data in a picture
Australian coins,
from familiar
events, connect
graph, describe
count coin
number patterns,
seasons to the
outcomes of data
collections,
identify missing
months of the year,
investigations
identify
elements in
compare lengths
equivalent
Chance — identify
counting patterns,
using direct
combinations,
every day events
and solve simple
comparison,
identify \$5 and
that involve
number pattern
compare lengths
\$10 notes, count
chance, describe
problems
using indirect
small collections
chance outcomes, Fractions and decimals
comparison,
of coins and
describe events as
—describe fractions
Measure lengths
notes
likely, unlikely,
as equal portions or
using informal units
certain, impossible
Using
units of
shares, represent
measurement
—
halves and quarters
use a calendar,
of shapes, represent
identify the
halves and quarters
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Number and place
Number and place
Patterns and algebra Shape — draw twovalue — count
value — count to
— describe
dimensional
beyond 100,
and from 1000,
number patterns,
shapes, describe
represent 3-digit
represent 3-digit
identify missing
there-dimensional
numbers, compare
numbers, compare
elements in
objects
and order 3-digit
and order 3-digit
number patterns
Fractions and
numbers, partition
numbers, partition
identify and
decimals —
3-digit numbers,
3-digit numbers,
describe patterns
identify halves,
quarter and eights
digiti numbers,
digit numbers,
counting,
of shapes and
investigate
collections
number facts,
number facts,
features of number
Using
units of
identify related
identify related
patterns resulting
measurement —
directly compare
subtraction
subtraction
fives and 10s,
mass of objects,
solve problems
use informal units
and subtract with
and subtract with
using number
to measure mass,
2-digit numbers
2-digit numbers,
sentences for
length, area and
count
large
and
Fractions — divide
capacity of objects
collections
ansubtraction
shapes and
and shapes,
collections into
Money and financial Number and place
compare and order
halves, quarters
mathematics —
value — recall
objects and
and eighths, solve
count collections
shapes based on a
simple fraction
of coins and notes,
facts, identify
single attribute
problems
make money
Location and
and subtraction
Using units of
transformation —
write
money
facts,
and
measurement —
identify half and
amounts, compare
subtract with 2compare and order
quarter turns,
money
amounts
digit
and
3-digit
objects, measure
represent flips
numbers, use
length, area and
Shape — identify and
and slides
place
value
to
capacity using
describe polygons,
Number
and place
informal units
identify and
value—
recall
subtraction
describe 2D
Location and
problems,
shapes
with
transformation —
facts, identify
represent
curved sides, draw
describe the effect
multiplication and
2D
shapes,
of single-step
and subtraction
division,
connect
describe the
transformations,
multiplication and
features
of
3including turns,
subtract with 2division
dimensional
flips and slides,
digit and 3-digit
objects,
identify
3Data
representation
identify turns, flips
numbers, use
dimensional
and interpretation
and slides in real
place value to
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of collections,
represent eighths of
shapes and
collections, describe
the connection
between halves,
fourths and eighths,
and solve simple
number problems
involving halves,
fourths and eighths
Location and
transformation —
interpret simple
maps of familiar
locations, describe
‘bird’s eye view’,
use appropriate
language to
describe locations
and give directions,
use simple maps to
identify locations of
interest
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number of days
in each month,
relate months to
seasons, tell time
to the quarter
hour, cover
surfaces to
represent area,
compare area of
shapes and
surfaces,
measure area
with informal
units
world situations
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objects in the
environment
Using units of
measurement —
identify purposes
for calendars,
explore seasons
and calendars of
indigenous people.
— identify
questions of
interest based on
one categorical
variable, gather
data relevant to a
question, organise
and represent
data, interpret data
displays
subtraction
problems,
represent
multiplication and
division, connect
multiplication and
division.
Chance — explore
the language of
chance, make
predictions based
on data displays
Using units of
measurement —
directly compare
mass of objects,
use informal units
to measure mass,
length, area and
capacity of objects
and shapes,
compare and order
objects and
shapes based on
a single attribute.
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