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Quadratics in context

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Five

In this unit procedural fluency and conceptual understanding are developed together. Students will be representing quadratic relationships, particularly using graphs and equations. Quadratic functions are used to model phenomena such as paths of projectiles, stopping distances and profits to illustrate how mathematical modelling is used to make informed decisions in the real world.

All about us

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level One

This unit provides you with a range of opportunities to assess the entry level of achievement of your students.

Mathematical Magic

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Two

This unit provides you with a range of opportunities to assess the entry level of achievement of your students.

In this year

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Three

This unit is designed to engage your class for at least the first week of the school year. It provides you, their teacher, with opportunities for you to learn about their current level of achievement.

Figure me out

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Four

This unit is designed to engage your class for at least the first week of the school year. It provides students an opportunity to work collaboratively and independently on challenging mathematical tasks. It also provides you, their teacher, with opportunities for you to learn about their current level of achievement.

Counting on Counting

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level One

This unit supports students to count with both proficiency and conceptual understanding.

Polyhedra (3D shapes)

  • Units of Work
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Level Three

In this unit students make and investigate a variety of three dimensional shapes, known as polyhedral (for many faces). Beginning with the Platonic solids students learn to describe polyhedral by their properties, including the number of faces, edges and vertices. The unit may culminate in students finding Euler’s famous formula.

Solid Understanding

  • Units of Work
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Level Four

In this unit students make and investigate various solids, including regular and semi-regular polyhedra, and cylinders and cones. They look for patterns in the numbers of faces, edges and vertices they see whether they can “discover” Euler’s famous formula. By truncating the vertices of the Platonic solids, they find a class of semi-regular polyhedra. They also generalise how to know if arrangements of polygons will create a closed polyhedron and the common properties of nets for prisms and pyramids.

Multiplying and dividing integers

  • Units of Work
  • Number and Algebra
  • Level Five

This unit supports students to develop procedural fluency with multiplication and division of integers and have conceptual understanding of how integers are used in the real world.

Integers

  • Units of Work

This unit helps students to develop procedural fluency with integers and have conceptual understanding of integers in the real world.

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