Term 3 Revision Documents:
The first document contains definitions and examples:
The second document contains questions to practise:
The following two documents contain a text and questions. The first document requires students to select the correct answer from a number of answers (multiple choice). The second document requires students to provide the correct answer themselves (short answer). The questions range from simple fact identification through to inference.
Please note, students will be graded on two levels: process and accuracy. This means students need to show all their working, even working they can do in their head.
Jo's mother handed out lollies to the friends Jo invited over for her birthday party. If Jo's mother gave everyone 4 lollies each, and there were 6 children at the party, how many lollies were handed out altogether?
Ans: 4 x 6 = 24
A student giving the answer as 24 will score one tick for the answer, but no tick for process. In order to score two ticks for this question, the student will need to write the complete number sentence.
Ans: 4 x 6 = 28
In this case, the student will achieve a tick for process (they clearly know what to do), but no tick for the answer.
This new marking has been introduce by Miles Ford, the Head of Mathematics at CAC. The intention is to use a consistent marking approach from Years 4 to12.
The following document contains concepts covered during Science lessons this term: