This is a work in progress starting April 2013


Topic
Skill
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Multi
Specific Topic
Number and Algebra
Number strategies and knowledge
L3NA01
L4NA01
L5NA01

Number

Equations and expressions
L3NA02
L4NA02
L5NA02
MLNA02
Algebra

Patterns and relationships
L3NA03
L4NA03
L5NA03

Algebra
Geometry and measurement
Measurement
L3GM01
L4GM01
L5GM01

Measurement

Shape
L3GM02
L4GM02
L5GM02

Geometry and Measurement

Position and Direction
L3GM03
L4GM03
L5GM03

Geometry

Transformation
L3GM04
L4GM04
L5GM04

Geometry
Statistics and Probability
Statistical investigation
L3SP01
L4SP01
L5SP01

Statisics

Statistical literacy
L3SP02
L4SP02
L5SP02

Statistics

Probability
L3SP03
L4SP03
L5SP03

Probability

Links to help


TKI Exemplars
http://www.tki.org.nz/r/assessment/exemplars/maths/matrices/matrx_maths_e.html (Missing heaps for Level 5)
NZmaths Matrix of support.
http://nzmaths.co.nz/nzc-and-standards (Level 5 detail is here)
http://www.nzmaths.co.nz/key-mathematical-ideas?parent_node (Key concepts are here)
NZC Achievement Objectives
http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/Curriculum-documents/The-New-Zealand-Curriculum/Learning-areas/Mathematics-and-statistics/Mathematics-and-statistics-curriculum-achievement-objectives (No details here)
Secondary Numeracy Project.
http://www.nzmaths.co.nz/node/1595
Wikispaces
http://2013maths.wikispaces.com/
http://2013stats.wikispaces.com/
http://2012maths.wikispaces.com/
http://2011maths.wikispaces.com/
Links and thoughts.
http://2013maths.wikispaces.com/2014+Looking+Ahead

The Original Plan

The plan is to have 30 sample skill tests, one per level, per skill area.
Each test will be one page. 75% of the page will have skills, 25% will have one application problem using the skills.
They will be write on tests, the format can be kept the same and the numbers changed for class tests.
A class or common test can be built from these units.

This wiki is for resources that will be used again next year

I have other wiki-spaces for my day to day teaching.
The plan is to build up skills tests for each piece of the NZC so students can test themselves.
The big idea is that students take control of their learning and use these resources to monitor progress.
The structure is designed help students and teachers make sense of the levels 3, 4 and 5.