Scope and Sequences
As schools implement the mathematics K-10 syllabus in 2015, here are examples of scope and sequences to assist with programming across all strands. They have been organised into half-term blocks to provide opportunities for developing deep knowledge and understanding over time. These are examples only and can be modified for different school contexts and student learning needs.
Teachers need to plan teaching programs that reflect where your students are at in regards to the stage content. Scope and sequences should been seen as flexible and fluid documents that may need to change and be adapted as you gather more information on students' knowledge and understanding through ongoing assessment practices. You may plan your school, stage or grade scope and sequence prior to teaching. However, you may prefer to keep your scope and sequence brief, writing a more detailed version at the end of each teaching and learning cycle as a reflective and evaluative process.
Teachers should make connections where relevant across substrands to assist students in seeing the connections between concepts and their real life applications. E.g. Teaching area and relating it to multiplication, teaching measurement and making connections to decimals.
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