A note on the eBook version: the book was designed to flow across in a book format. If printing in individual pages, use the ‘fit to page’ option when printed to ensure no content gets cut off. If your school printer is capable of printing booklets, do that.
My Word Book: Mathematics by Dr Paul Swan and David Dunstan.
A book of lists, Featuring:
• Lists for all of the Curriculum Substrands, organised by year level.
• A focus on words students should know to be able to complete questions.
• Lists of essential vocabulary that has already appeared in NAPLAN (2010-17)
• Word building (e.g. roots, suffixes).
• Troublesome “sounds-alike” words (homonyms) and context.
• Words (and symbols) with specific mathematical meanings.
|My Word Book: Mathematics Book|
|Australian Curriculum Links||Concepts|
|F: ACMMG010||Describing position and movement.|
|Yr 1: ACMMG022||Sort, describe and name familiar 2D shapes and 3D objects.|
|Recognise and classify 2D shapes and 3D objects.|
|Yr 1: ACMMG023|
|Yr 2: ACMMG044|
|Yr 3: ACMMGO65|
|Yr 4: ACMMG090|
|Yr 5: ACMMG113||Give and follow directions.|
|Interpret simple maps.|
|Create and interpret simple grid maps.|
|Use simple scales, legends and directions to interpret information contained in basic maps.|
|Use a grid reference system. Use directional language.|
|Yr 2: ACMMG046||Identify and describe half and quarter turns.|
|Yr 4: ACMMG088||Describe 2D shapes that result from combining common shapes.|
|Yr 5: ACMMG114||Describe translations, reflections and rotations of two-dimensional shapes Identify line and rotational symmetries.|
|Yr 6: ACMMG143||Introduce the Cartesian coordinate system using all four quadrants|
|Problem Solving and Reasoning|