Working with numbers
Challenge reference: 3097
Notional learning hours | 10 | ||
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Level | Entry 2 | ||
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Preparing for Adulthood pathway | |||
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Learning aim | The learner will develop fundamental knowledge of numbers up to 100, for use in everyday situations. |
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Learning outcomes
What the learner needs to know, understand or be able to do
The learner will:
Be able to count up to 100.
Be able to recognise numbers in different formats up to 100.
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Assessment criteria
What the learner need to demonstrate in order to meet the learning outcome
The learner can:
- Identify specified numbers of items from 0 to 100 eg count the number of items on a shelf, on at least four occasions
- Identify specified number of items counting in twos from 2 to 100 eg count the piles of 2p coins, on al least four occasions
- Identify specified number of items counting in tens from 10 to 100 eg work out how many 10p coins are needed to make £1, on at least four occasions
- Identify numbers in both words and figures eg match each number to the word (using word and number cards), on at least four occasions
- Use tens and units to identify the values of 2-digit numbers eg split the numbers to show which are the tens and the units, on at least four occasions
- Identify everyday number formats eg find things in the room where numbers are used (leaflets, signs, posters), on at least four occasions
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