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1 Assessment in Abacus In Abacus, assessment is integrated into teaching and learning so that it can be constantly used to diagnose future learning needs. Rather than hive it off as a strand to be done in isolation, we ve made sure assessment is built into the heart of the Abacus teaching and learning cycle. Continual professional development Teach Guide and intervene Make sense: Conceptual understanding Learn and master Practise: Procedural fluency Plan Solve problems Assess mastery Strengthen and extend Abacus provides schools with a robust set of tools to enable teachers to make judgements on children s attainment against Age Related Expectations and progression in maths. Click Next to take a Next
2 Assessment in Abacus In Abacus, assessment is integrated into teaching and learning so that it can be constantly used to diagnose future learning needs. Rather than hive it off as a strand to be done in isolation, we ve made sure assessment is built into the heart of the Abacus teaching and learning cycle. Formative Progression Map Click on any part of the triangle to see the range of assessment tools in Abacus. Back Summative Evidence
3 Pearson Education Ltd Copying permitted in purchasing school only. Abacus progression map The progression map sits at the heart of Abacus and identifies the key skills children need at specific points in the year so that you can determine if they are on track for Age Related Expectations. It also helps you to visually see progression between points in time. It s based on the national curriculum, and has been written by our team of expert authors and teaching practitioners. It s broken down into skill areas, to help you quickly know what you need to assess. NPV: AS: MD: FDRP: MEA: Number and Place Value Addition and Subtraction both mental and written Multiplication and Division both mental and written Fractions, Decimals, Ratio and Percentages Measures Outcome Pearson Primary Progress and Assess Maths Progression Map (1 of 2) Child s Name Number and Addition and Multiplication and Place Value (NPV) Subtraction (AS) Division (MD) Recognise the place Know bonds to the Use the distributive law to value of each digit in a next 100. multiply 2digit numbers 4digit number (1000s, by a 1digit number using 100s, 10s, and 1s); order formal written layout or and compare numbers mental methods. with up to 4 digits. Week 1 Week Week 3 Autumn 1 Arithmetic Begin to place 4digit numbers on number lines and round these to the nearest 10, 100 or rounds to 4780, 4800, 5000 Week 2; 9 Use place value and number facts to add numbers with up to4 digits, including fluency in adding any pair of 2digit numbers Week 1; 2; 5; 7 Use counting up to subtract numbers with up to 3 digits crossing one multiple of 100. Skill area Use table facts and Begin to recognise and commutativity to perform show families of common multiplications involving equivalent fractions. multiples of 10. Week Week 3 Autumn 2 Arithmetic Recall multiplication and division facts for Fractions, Decimals, Measures Ratio and Percentages (MEA) (FDRP) Find unit fractions of Read, write and convert time amounts. between analogue and digital 12hour clocks. 1/4 of 24 1/8 of 32 6:05 = five minutes past six Week 3 Week 4 Count in fractions, Solve problems involving converting from hours to minutes; minutes to seconds; years to months; weeks to days. 1 minute 23 seconds = 83 seconds 231 minutes = 3 hours 51 minutes Week 4 Geometry Statistics (GEO) (STA) Use mathematical reasoning to answer a question by collecting, displaying and interpreting data in a frequency table and bar chart, choosing an appropriate scale. Week Week 1; 2; 9 Choose a method to subtract that is appropriate multiplication tables, for 2, 5, 10, 3, 4, 8, 6 and 9 times tables. Week 3; 9 (S); 10 (S) Autumn 1 Arithmetic expressing each fraction in its simplest form. Week 6 Week 4 Read scales to the nearest 100 g and draw a bar chart where one step represents 100. Works with Abacus to the numbers in the calculation Week 2; 7; 9 Use the distributive law to Year 4 Autumn GEO: Geometry MEA: GEO: Statistics Algebra Year 6 only multiply 2digit and 3digit numbers by a 1digit number using formal written layout (grid) Week 3; 10 Autumn 2 Arithmetic Recognise and write Solve simple measures problems decimal and fraction and convert between different equivalents of tenths and units of measure mm, cm, m; a 1/2. ml, l; g, kg. Week L = ml Write 1250 g in kilograms. Week 4; 8 Autumn 1 & 2 PSR Home
4 Progression map Close Pearson Primary Progress and Assess Maths Progression Map (1 of 2) Child s Name Year 4 Autumn Skill area Number and Place Value (NPV) Recognise the place value of each digit in a 4digit number (1000s, 100s, 10s, and 1s); order and compare numbers with up to 4 digits. Week 2 Addition and Subtraction (AS) Know bonds to the next Week 1 Multiplication and Division (MD) Use the distributive law to multiply 2digit numbers by a 1digit number using formal written layout or mental methods Week 3 Autumn 1 Arithmetic Use table facts and commutativity to perform multiplications involving multiples of Week 3 Autumn 2 Arithmetic Fractions, Decimals, Ratio and Percentages (FDRP) Find unit fractions of amounts. 1/4 of 24 1/8 of 32 Week 3 Measures (MEA) Read, write and convert time between analogue and digital 12hour clocks. 6:05 = five minutes past six Week 4 Geometry (GEO) Statistics (STA) Use mathematical reasoning to answer a question by collecting, displaying and interpreting data in a frequency table and bar chart, choosing an appropriate scale. Week 8 Outcome Begin to place 4digit numbers on number lines and round these to the nearest 10, 100 or rounds to 4780, 4800, 5000 Week 2; 9 Use place value and number facts to add numbers with up to4 digits, including fluency in adding any pair of 2digit numbers Week 1; 2; 5; 7 Begin to recognise and show families of common equivalent fractions. Week 6 Solve problems involving converting from hours to minutes; minutes to seconds; years to months; weeks to days. 1 minute 23 seconds = 83 seconds 231 minutes = 3 hours 51 minutes Week 4 Read scales to the nearest 100 g and draw a bar chart where one step represents 100. Week 4 Use counting up to subtract numbers with up to 3 digits crossing one multiple of Week 1; 2; 9 Recall multiplication and division facts for multiplication tables, for 2, 5, 10, 3, 4, 8, 6 and 9 times tables. Week 3; 9 (S); 10 (S) Autumn 1 Arithmetic Count in fractions, expressing each fraction in its simplest form. Week 6 Choose a method to subtract that is appropriate to the numbers in the calculation Week 2; 7; 9 Use the distributive law to multiply 2digit and 3digit numbers by a 1digit number using formal written layout (grid) Week 3; 10 Autumn 2 Arithmetic Recognise and write decimal and fraction equivalents of tenths and a 1/2. Week 7 Solve simple measures problems and convert between different units of measure mm, cm, m; ml, l; g, kg. 0 7 L = ml Write 1250 g in kilograms. Week 4; 8 Autumn 1 & 2 PSR Works with Abacus Pearson Education Ltd Copying permitted in purchasing school only.
5 Formative assessment Shortterm Within the teaching we include key assessment questions so that when the whole class teaching is taking place, you have access to a bank of targeted questions designed to reveal children s understanding. We also list things that you might need to watch out for. Next
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7 Formative assessment Shortterm If children need further support, we highlight prerequisite skills and link to a bank of resources that you can dip into. Back The Guided activities in every lesson not only enable you to diagnose potential problems but also form the basis of ongoing shortterm assessment. Assessment questions help you to gauge pupil understanding and progress and give immediate feedback. Next
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10 Formative assessment Mediumterm You can keep regular notes of your observations and assessments in the Pupil Profile area. The notes are dated and can inform parent evening discussions and act as prompts for future teaching on similar topics. Back Abacus contains a weekly driving test that assesses the skills children have practised during the week. These help you to diagnose any shortfall in the building blocks that children need for mental and written calculation. You can decide whether your class has demonstrated skills well enough to get a driving test certificate at the end of the week. Home
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12 Evidence Graded practice activities can be used with the whole class. They contain carefully graded questions or calculations related to a specific lesson; you can either direct pupils to the sets of questions suited to their ability level, or give all pupils a chance to attempt all the questions. You can view pupil scores from allocated maths practice games to help inform your assessment and overall profile of a child. In each game, children are autoassessed on the skills practised and a score is generated. Every textbook and workbook page has an opportunity and prompt for selfassessment based on the outcomes of the linked lesson. Home
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15 Summative assessment Abacus contains new Progress and Assess tools, which together with the rest of the assessment tools in Abacus, give you everything you need to support your ongoing judgements about how children are faring against the new curriculum. Halftermly assessment tests to help you report where children are against Age Related Expectations. From Years 26, these consist of Arithmetic and Problem solving and reasoning tests, built to reflect the new end of key stage testing arrangements and to build familiarity for you and your class. 6 Write the two missing numbers in this pattern. Assessment guides and marking guidance that give you everything you need to administer and mark the assessment tests Endofyear tests to prepare children for end of key stage tests and help you assess how children are doing against end of year objectives before they move into the next year. 7 Luca has 23 balloons. How many balloons does Sara have? 1 Next
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17 Summative assessment A new tracking and reporting tool, which is linked to the assessment tests and gives you ataglance data that helps you build up a picture of a child s attainment against Age Related Expectations and their progress over time. Back It also helps you generate attainment and progress reports for children, classes and groups. This helps you to identify children who need further support or extension. Home
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