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Access 3National 4National 5Manage Money and Data
1.Manage money in basic reallife contexts by:
Identifying factors affecting income and expenditure
Preparing a simple budget
Developing a basic savings plan
Making a decision based on the best deal
2. Manage data in basic reallife contexts by:
Organising primary data
Carrying out simple calculations to compare data
Representing data in an appropriate format
Interpreting simple data to draw conclusions
Personal Mathematics 4
Use reasoning skills and financial skills linked to straightforward contexts in personal life by:
Determining a financial position, given budget information
Investigating factors affecting income
Determining the best deal given two pieces of information
Converting between currencies
Investigating the impact of interest rates for savings and borrowing in a basic situation
Use reasoning skills and measurement skills linked to straightforward contexts in personal life by:
Investigating basic measurements in everyday life
Solving a basic problem in time management
Use reasoning skills and statistical skills linked to straightforward contexts in personal life by:
Using statistics to investigate risk
Using and presenting statistical information in diagrams
Personal Mathematics 5
Use reasoning skills and financial skills linked to contexts in personal life by:
Analysing a financial position using budget information
Analysing and interpreting factors affecting income
Determining the best deal given three pieces of information
Completing a task involving converting between several currencies
Investigating the impact of interest rates for savings and borrowing
Use reasoning skills and measurement skills linked to contexts in personal life by:
Investigating measurement in everyday life
Solving a problem in time management
Use reasoning skills and statistical skills linked to contexts in personal life by:
Using a combination of statistics to investigate risk and its impact on life
Using a combination of statistical information presented in different diagrams
Shape, Space and Measures
1. Use shape and space in basic reallife contexts by:
Calculating and using the perimeter and area of a regular 2D shape
Calculating and using the volume of a cuboid
Giving or following directions
Working with simple patterns
2. Use measures in basic reallife contexts by:
Selecting and using appropriate units of measurement
Stating and using simple formulae expressed in words or symbols
Interpreting simple scale drawings
Applying a basic scale factor
Calculating time intervals to manage tasks or activities
Mathematics at Work 4
Use reasoning skills and measurement skills linked to straightforward contexts in the workplace and in the wider world by:
Calculating a quantity based on a related measurement
Constructing a scale drawing with a given scale
Planning a basic navigation course
Carry out measurements in millimetres
Carrying out container packing, using a firstfit algorithm
Investigating the need for tolerance in a measurement
Use reasoning skills and geometric skills linked to straightforward contexts in the workplace and in the wider world by:
Determining the gradient of a slope
Investigating a situation involving perimeter
Investigating a situation involving area
Investigating a situation involving volume
Solving a problem involving the use of Pythagoras theorem
Using a scale factor on the dimensions of a shape
Use reasoning skills and statistical skills linked to straightforward contexts in the workplace and in the wider world by:
Using diagrams to illustrate data
Comparing data sets, using mean and range
Constructing a frequency table
Constructing a scatter graph
Drawing a best fitting straight line on a scatter graph
Mathematics at Work 5
Use reasoning skills and measurement skills linked to contexts in the workplace and in the wider world by:
Calculating a quantity based on two related pieces of information
Constructing a scale drawing, including choosing a scale
Planning a navigation course
Carrying out efficient container packing
Using precedence tables to plan tasks
Considering the effects of tolerance
Use reasoning skills and geometric skills linked to contexts in the workplace and in the wider world by:
Investigating a situation involving gradient
Solving a problem involving a composite shape which includes part of a circle
Solving a problem involving the volume of a composite solid
Using Pythagoras theorem within a twostage calculation
Use reasoning skills and statistical skills linked to contexts in the workplace and in the wider world by:
Using statistics to analyse and compare data sets
Drawing a line of best fit from given data
Numeracy 3
1 Use numerical skills to solve given, simple real life problems involving money/time/ measurement by:
1.1 Selecting and using appropriate numerical notion and units
1.2 Selecting and carrying out calculations involving: whole numbers, simple fractions, simple decimals and simple whole number percentages. Collectively these require evidence of all of the following: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
1.3 Reading measurements using a simple scale on an instrument
1.4 Interpreting measurements and the results of calculations
1.5 Making decisions based on the results of measurements and calculations
2 Interpret graphical data and situations involving probability to solve given, simple reallife problems involving money/time/measurement by:
2.1 Extracting and interpreting data from at least one simple graphical form
2.2 Making decisions based on interpretation of data from a simple graphical form
2.3 Making decisions based on probability
Numeracy 4
1 Use numerical skills to solve given, straightforward reallife problems involving money/time/measurement by:
1.1 Selecting and using appropriate numerical notation and units
1.2 Selecting and carrying out calculations involving: whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion. Collectively these require evidence of all of the following: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
1.3 Reading measurements using a straightforward scale on an instrument
1.4 Interpreting measurements and results of calculations to make decisions
1.5 Explaining decisions based on the results of measurements and calculations
2 Interpret graphical data and situations involving probability to solve given, straightforward reallife problems involving money/time/measurement by:
2.1 Extracting and interpreting data from at least two different straightforward graphical forms
2.2 Making and explaining decisions based on the interpretation of data from straightforward graphical forms
2.3 Making and explaining decisions based on probability
Numeracy 5
1 Use numerical skills to solve given, reallife problems involving money/time/measurement by:
1.1 Selecting and using appropriate numerical notation and units
1.2 Selecting and carrying out calculations involving: whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percentages, a simple formula, ratio and proportion. Collectively these require evidence of all of the following: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
1.3 Reading measurements using a scale on an instrument
1.4 Interpreting measurements and results of calculations to make decisions
1.5 Justifying decisions using the results of measurements and calculations
2 Interpret graphical data and situations involving probability to solve given, reallife problems involving money/time/measurement by:
2.1 Extracting and interpreting data from at least three different graphical forms
2.2 Making and justifying decisions using evidence from the interpretation of data from graphical forms
2.3 Making and justifying decisions based on probability
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