Here, do the more usual worksheet practice but still not expressing time as minutes to the hour. Next, get the children to use their adapted clock faces to show quarter past various times.
In order to do this, write the numbers one to twelve on mini post its or similarthen display them horizontally in a line from 1 to 12, equally spaced, with a gap in between each one.
A number from two to three pointing with a single arrow hand to help children understand quarter past and to when telling the time Introduce the idea that this is quarter past i. At the same time the DfE will publish conversion tables which will explain how the raw scores translate to scale scores.
Leave quarters for a while, until these first two are secure. But before that, spend a while helping children understand how long a minute is. This step is pretty easy, but it gets harder. Explain that we are doing it on a number line first to make it easier and that each cube represents one minute.
In the interim, practise telling the time every day in class using minutes to the hour so that this becomes something children can do easily and automatically.
Come back to that next term. I am going to wait until I am convinced everybody has really mastered using their clock as a circular number line to count on and back in whole hours to find out how many hours later and earlier something is.
And so on for all the numbers from 1 to Reflect on how, in this instance, it is hard to tell exactly where the hour hand is pointing. When and only when that is securely understood, should you introduce the minute hand.
School and key group progress scores need to be interpreted alongside their associated confidence intervals. Still, whether or not you can do that, here are my top methods for teaching time at KS1 and KS2, to ensure all primary pupils are proficient at telling the time.
Ks2 scaled scores will be used as the end points for the progress calculation in reading and maths. Some children may find the minutes to part a step too far for now. Further information is available in annex A. Make sure you point exactly at the number and not slightly to the left or right of it.Teacher assessment frameworks at the end of KS1 and KS2.
‘Pupil can’ statements for English reading, maths and science are Assessment News english, key stage 1, key stage 2, maths, reading, science, writing. Search for: Recent Posts. KS2 assessments and scaled scores. April 19, Progress – Reading, Writing and Maths Therefore the average of the KS1 reading and writing APS will be calculated first and then this English APS will be averaged with.
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Discussion in 'Primary' started by newtothis81, Apr 28, Grammar is taught within the context of writing/reading in KS1 so during the study of the text and when modelling writing as well as sharing the children's work.
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