# S1 Mathematics (Level 2 with benchmarks) Course Plan 19/20

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### Curriculum for Excellence ‘Benchmark’

Working with whole numbers up to millions, ordering large numbers*

Rounding numbers to the nearest 1000, 10 000, 100 000*

Adding and subtracting whole numbers to solve problems

Multiplying and dividing whole numbers by a single digit to solve problems

Multiplying whole numbers by two digit numbers to solve problems*

Dealing with remainders

Multiplying and dividing whole numbers by multiples of 10, 100, 1000*

Applies the correct order of operations (no brackets)*

Working with and ordering numbers below zero*

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Explaining place value for tenths, hundredths and thousandths*

Ordering decimals with up to three decimal places*

Rounding decimal fractions to the nearest whole number*

Rounding decimal fractions to one or two decimal places*

Adding and subtracting decimals to two decimal places

Multiplying and dividing decimals up to two decimal places by a single digit*

Multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100, 1000*

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Identifying simple fractions

Creating equivalent fractions and using them to put simple fractions in order*

Simplifying fractions to their simplest form*

Finding a simple fraction of a number*

Linking simple fractions and their equivalent decimal fractions*

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Linking percentages and their equivalent fractions and decimal fractions*

Finding a simple percentage of a number (10%, 25%, 50%, 75% etc)

Using a calculator to find any percentage of a number to solve problems*

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Revision of telling the time

Understanding and converting between the 12 and 24 hour clocks*

Choosing the most appropriate and converting between commonly used units of time*

Measuring time using an appropriate device*

Calculating time durations in 12 and 24 hour clock*

Using timetables and calendars to solve problems*

Estimating and calculating the time of a journey using distance and speed*

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Identifying lines of symmetry on 2D shapes*

Completing symmetrical shapes using vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry*

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Historical Mathematician Project or Mini Talk on a Mathematical subject*

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Knowing and using the terms right angle, straight angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, reflex angle*

Using a protractor to measure and draw angles within ± 2o *

Using and understanding the correct notation to name and identify angles

Using and calculating complementary angles (add to 90o) and supplementary angles (add to 180o)*

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Collecting data in the most suitable way for a given task*

Interpreting and creating bar graphs and line graphs*

Interpreting and creating simple pie charts*

Interpreting scattergraphs

Drawing conclusions about the reliability of data*

Using terms such as fifty-fifty, one in three chance etc to describe likelihood*

Carrying out simple probability experiments and predicting the result*

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Simplifying expressions

Evaluating expressions by substituting values

Solving one step linear equations*

Solving two step linear equations

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Understanding the terms origin, x axis, y axis, x and y coordinates

Plotting points in the first quadrant*

Using coordinates to complete designs and solve problems

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Measuring and estimating length using mm, cm and m*

Estimating and using km in context*

Estimating and using mass in g and kg, and capacity in ml and l*

Solving problems involving the perimeter of squares and rectangles*

Investigating the properties of squares and rectangles

Investigating the properties of triangles (equilateral, isosceles, scalene)

Identifying triangles which are right angled, acute angled, obtuse angled

Finding the area of squares, rectangles and triangles in mm2, cm2 and m2.*

Finding the area of compound shapes

Finding the volume of cubes and cuboids in cm3 and m3*

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Using the eight main compass points to follow and record directions*

Using simple three figure bearings

Creating and interpreting simple scale plans and maps

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Investigating square numbers and triangular numbers*

Investigating Fibonacci sequences and other sequences*

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Use add, subtract, multiply and divide to solve money problems*

Comparing prices with different retailers to determine affordability*

Understanding the purpose and use of debit cards, credit cards and store cards and the risks attached*

Calculating profit and loss*

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Describing 2D shapes and 3D objects using the terms regular, diagonal, radius, diameter, circumference*

Identifying cubes, cuboids, pyramids and prisms

Comparing 3D solids in terms of vertices, edges and faces

Isometric drawing of 3D Solids

Investigating the link between 3D solids and their nets*

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Establishing and simplifying ratios

Sharing quantities in a given ratio

Solving problems involving direct proportion

Solving problems involving inverse proportion