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Numeracy in……. EnglishHistoryGeographyPDHPEScienceMusicTASLanguagesVisual Art Numeracy in ……

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NUMERACY ACROSS THE CURRICULUM Click here to begin Science Reading scales Measuring Graphing NAPLAN in science Finding Volume Calculating speed Substitute into formulae Use negative numbers Science Back to main menu

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Part A: Water Displacement Follow the directions to find the volume of three marbles using water displacement. (1) Add 20 ml of water to a 100 ml graduated cylinder. Record this amount in the chart. (2) Add three marbles to the cylinder and measure the volume. Record this amount in the chart. (3) Find the difference between the two measurements and record in the chart. The difference between the two measurements will be the volume of the three marbles. SCIENCE Part B: Volume by Formula Use the formula to find the volume of the box. Measure to the nearest centimetre (no decimals) before calculating your answer. Finding Formulae: Finding formulae to link between time, speed and distance to carry out related calculations Volume = length x width x height

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Reading scales

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Graphs in science

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NAPLAN in science Back to main menu

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Numeracy in TAS Measuring Finding Ratios calculating cost working out times Graphs Naplan in TAS TAS

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Making Chocolate Cake TAS Recipe for Chocolate Cake: 4 eggs (1 egg is about 75 gram) 150 gram of sugar 100 gram of hazelnut, finely ground 5 tablespoons cocoa powder (1 table spoon is about 10 gram) -------- 300 g dark chocolate 100ml whipping cream (50 ml is about 50 gram) Question 1: What is the total mass of this chocolate cake? _________________________________

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IngredientsQuantity (in grams) Question 2: If I want to bake a cake of 500 gram, how much of the ingredients would I need? Question 3: What is the total mass of 5 chocolate cakes? _________________________________ Question 4: If I want to bake a cake of 6 kilograms, how much of the ingredients would I need? IngredientsQuantity (in grams) Question 5: If you have a 6 kg cake and divide it in 20 equal parts, what will be the mass of each part? _______________________________________ ________________

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Question 6: If you ate 3/5 of a 6 kilogram chocolate cake, how much sugar did you eat? __________________________________ _____________________ Question 7: Write your own question: __________________________________ _____________________.

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NAPLAN in TAS * Back to main menu

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History Numeracy in History Graphs NAPLAN in history Timeline Historical statistics

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History Source Retroactive 1 stage 4 World History, Third edition 3000 Upper and lower Egypt united Timeline of Egyptian history Timeline of Greek and other Mediterranean civilisations

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Graphs in History Graph of different parts of England after William divided it 25% 20% 50% 5% This sector graph shows how William of Normandy (later known as William the Conqueror) divided up England after he invaded in 1066. Back to main menu

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English Television survey Favourite show, channel or book survey Numeracy in newspaperspoetry Naplan in English GraphsSequence of time

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Which is your favourite channel ? 1- How many people did you survey? 2- Use a table to record your answers. 3- Change your answers into percentages. 10% like channel ….. 4- Change your answers into fractions. 6 out of 20 people like channel…. 5- Graph your result. Chose the best graph to suit your result. Conducting a Survey in English

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NAPLAN in English/Drama

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Graphs in English Country Ten years of Recycling – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is a report released by Australian environment group Planet Ark in 2005 Ella (2007) Back to main menu

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PDHPE NAPLAN in PDHPE Measurement Survey Graphs Numeracy in PDHPE,,,. Counting score keeping calculating averages percentages and statistics Finding your heart rate

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Conducting a survey. Which oat bar is the best? Find your heart rate. PDHPE

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For this activity go to The Australian Bureau of Statistics http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Lookup/4364.0.55.001Chapter1002011-12 Australian Health Survey: First Results, 2011-12 Draw a suitable graph for these results. Long term health conditions - arthritis - 3.3 million people (14.8%) - mental and behavioural conditions - 3.0 million people (13.6%) - asthma - 2.3 million people (10.2%) -heart disease - 1.0 million people (4.7%) Statistics

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Long term health conditions in Australia - arthritis - 3.3 million people (14.8%) - mental and behavioural conditions - 3.0 million people (13.6%) - asthma - 2.3 million people (10.2%) -heart disease - 1.0 million people (4.7%) -Make up a graph

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This table shows the how pupils got to school to one day. Method of transport walkcyclecarbus Number of pupils 3051015 Choose a suitable graph: pie graph There are 26 + 7 + 12 + 15 = 60 pupils. Each pupil can be represented by: 360/60 x30 = 180 degrees 360/60x 5 = 30 degrees Car= 60 Bus =90 PDHPE (tables and graphs)

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10% Graphs in PDHPE 35% 20%

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SMOKING Overall rates of smoking have been decreasing since 2001 and decreased at a faster rate among males than females between 2001 and 2007-08. The age standardised rate of current smokers for males aged 18 years and over fell from 27% in 2001 to 23% in 2007-08, while for females the rates declined from 21% in 2001 to 19% in 2007-08. http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Lookup/by+Subject/4125.0~Jan+2012~M ain+Features~Smoking~3320

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NAPLAN in PDHPE* Back to main menu

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Geography Numeracy in Geography Naplan in Geography Directions and coordinates Populatio n statistics Graphs Finding percentages Scales Time zones around the world, latitude and longitude, map reading,

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What is the social and economic profile of your local community? For this activity go to www.jaconline.com.au/geoactive/geoactive1 and click on Australian Bureau of statistics and Real Estate we blinks for this chapter. 1- research the demographics of your local area ( Population, income, age, religion education, occupation……. Source: Geo active 1 2005 chapter 3 page 72.

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Go to Australian Bureau of statistics for this activity http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/3101.0 1- ESTIMATED RESIDENT POPULATION Answer the following referring to the table below. What is the population in Australia? List the population form highest to lowest. Draw a suitable graph. 2- POPULATION GROWTH RATES Which state recorded the fastest growth rate ? 2- POPULATION GROWTH RATES Which state recorded the fastest growth rate ? -Australia's population grew by 1.5% during the year ended 31 March 2012. -Natural increase and net overseas migration contributed 43% and 57% respectively to total population growth for the year ended 31 March 2012. -All states and territories recorded positive population growth in the year ended 31 March 2012. Western Australia continued to record the fastest growth rate of all states and territories at 3.1%. Tasmania recorded the slowest growth rate at 0.3%. The preliminary estimated resident population (ERP) of Australia at 31 March 2012 was 22,596,500 people. http://www.tradingeconomics.com/australia/p opulation

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1- Compare time differences and visualize the boundaries of time zones around the world Read more on Family Education: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/geography- and- maps/printable/57777.html#ixzz2EmGxmCYN http://www.teachervision.fen.com/geography- and- maps/printable/57777.html#ixzz2EmGxmCYN 2- Students are asked to identify the location of cities on a map and determine the distances between them. Assesses their knowledge of maps, map projections, latitude and longitude, scales, and topographic maps. Read more on Family Education: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/maps/print able/28715.html#ixzz2EmFOhQqg http://www.teachervision.fen.com/maps/print able/28715.html#ixzz2EmFOhQqg Time differences

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NAPLAN in geography

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Australia's Environment: Issues and Trends, Jan 2010 Graph of WASTE GENERATION BY STATE, 2006-07 Source: Environmental Protection and Heritage Council (EPHC) National Waste Overview 2009. Australians generated approximately 43.8 million tonnes of waste (approximately 2,080 kilograms of waste per person) in 2006–07. The states responsible for the largest proportions of the country’s waste generation in 2006–07 were the three most populous states: NSW (35%), Victoria (23%) and Queensland (18%). Graphs and statistics

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1% 4% 25% 99% 20% 41% Graph of world energy production Graphs in Geography Back to main menu

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Languages Planning and making a French meal – quantities of ingredients, measurement, using scales. Numeracy in languages Graphs Measurement Using scales Naplan in languages Locations and directions Chance and data

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Include: -quantities of ingredients -measurement -using scales Languages Planning and making a French meal

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Graph of languages spoken in Australia Language spoken Percentage Graphs in languages

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NAPLAN in Languages Back to main menu

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Music Numeracy in music Time signature Length of string Graphs Different rhythmic combinations Addition NAPLAN in music

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Students identify patterns in notation and number sequences as ways to solve musical and mathematical problems. Music Fibonacci sequence

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Graphs in music Back to main menu

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ART Creating patterns, use of shapes, measurement as well as learning about size, scale, proportion, sequence, distance, balance volume and time. Creating patterns Finding distances Learning about size, scale and proportion Use of shapes Symmetry Enlarge and reduce the size of images Graphs

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Use the properties of similarity and ratio to solve problems involving enlargement and transformation. http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/downloads/early_ middle/yr9_num_esa_visarts.pdf Visual Art

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Graphs in Visual Art Back to main menu

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Graphs in NAPLAN

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Graphs in Ella Country Ten years of Recycling – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is a report released by Australian environment group Planet Ark in 2005 Ella (2007)

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Graphs in ESSA ESSA 2005 page 18

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Graphs in News

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Graphs in Newspaper

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What did you notice?

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By: Zani Alam WPGH SDD 2012

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