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Assessing Pupil Progress at Level 1
Criteria Introduction Practice Assessment Back-up Action
Use Mathematics as an integral part of classroom activities (Problem Solving)        
Represent their work with objects or pictures (Communicating)        
Discuss their work with support (Communicating)        
Draw simple conclusions from their work (Reasoning)        
Recognise and use a simple pattern or relationship (Reasoning)        
Count up to 10 objects (Numbers and the Number System)        
Order Numbers to 10 (Numbers and the Number System)  
Ordering numbers between 1 and 10
Assessment for ordering numbers between 0 and 10
 
Begin to use the fraction, one-half (Fractions)        
Understand addition as finding the total of two or more sets of objects (Operations and the relationships between them)        
Understand subtraction as taking away objects from a set and finding how many are left (Operations and the relationships between them)   Click here to get your homework    
Add and subtract numbers of objects to 10 (Mental Methods)        
Begin to know some addition facts (Mental Methods)        
Solve addition and subtraction problems involving up to 10 objects (Solving Numerical Problems)        
Record their work (Written Methods)        
Use everyday language to describe the properties of 2D and 3D shape (Properties of Shape)        
Use everyday language to describe the positions of 2D and 3D shape (Properties of Position and Movement)        
Measure and order objects using direct comparison (Measures)        
Order events        
Sort and classify objects (Processing and Representing Data)        
Represent their work (Processing and Representing Data)        
Demonstrate the criteria they have used (Interpreting Data)        
Mixed questions to help secure level 1        

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