PDHPE• Interprets and compares a variety of measures including digital time, heart rates and lengths• Uses navigational skills in outdoor activities to describe and follow firstname.lastname@example.org directions, pathways and Liz Hemmings movement sequences• Interprets and creates data displays related to health issues or patterns of behaviour, e.g. smoking statistics, drug and alcohol use
Science• Extrapolates data and predicts outcomes• Considers variations when designing experiments and gathering associated data email@example.com Liz Hemmings• Analyses scientific data• Uses measurement, estimation and calculation in scientific inquiry• Represents and solves equations
English• Interprets, uses and constructs electronic and non-electronic timetables firstname.lastname@example.org• Analyses information presented Liz Hemmings in data displays
Languages• Interprets information in tables and maps• Describes locations using the language of direction and movement on maps and plans email@example.com Liz Hemmings• Interprets different representations of time, e.g. dates, 12- and 24-hour time conventions, time zones• Writes characters in scripted languages where order and spacing of strokes is critical
HSIE• Accesses information from a range of sources, including maps, plans, timelines, data displays and spreadsheets• Collects and analyses data collections• Creates data displays and critiques their own or firstname.lastname@example.org others’ results Liz Hemmings• Applies knowledge of statistical processes such as mean, median and mode• Interprets and creates maps and plans that use scales, keys, coordinates and inter-cardinal compass points
TAS• Calculates measurements to inform precise design briefs and production processes, e.g. total length, area, perimeter, surface area of product• Interprets data in tables, graphs and charts to inform design decisions or respond to design briefs email@example.com Liz Hemmings• Applies knowledge of shapes to solve problems or respond to design challenges or briefs• Applies numerical terms and concepts in practical situations
CAPA• Understands and applies concepts related to number such as:• patterns — motifs, repetition, variation• counting — rhythm, phrasing, sections, round and canon (music, dance) firstname.lastname@example.org Liz Hemmings• Represents real or imaginary objects and situations using time, length, symmetry, shape and movement• Develops skills in time management and budgeting when preparing for exhibitions or productions
YOUR TURN• Identify an area where numerical literacy fits into your curriculum email@example.com• Develop a Liz Hemmings deep question that a student in your KLA might answer
References• Special thanks to Deb Bridge for sharing her Naplan analysis and slides.• QLD Studies Authority P – 9 Literacy and Numeracy firstname.lastname@example.org Indicators Liz Hemmings• Quality Teaching in NSW Public Schools
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