The National Numeracy Strategy
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|Department for Education and Employment, United Kingdom|
|The Standards Site: Numeracy. Frameworks for teaching mathematics from Reception through Year 7, key elements of the training materials that will support the U.K.'s Numeracy Strategy. Assessment in and planning the National Numeracy Strategy, schools and class organisation, Numeracy Framework material in PDF format, and key objectives. Read or download professional development materials: main objectives, teaching strategies, key mathematical ideas, mental and written methods, lesson plans, activities and worksheets, other ideas, organisation, and notes for each year-group's lessons. Other resources include: "Follow me" (or "Loop") cards, downloadable in PDF and Microsoft Word files; mathematical vocabulary dictionaries and checklists that identify words and phrases children need to understand and use, addressing how children develop their understanding of mathematical vocabulary, the skill of questioning, and questions to promote good dialogue and interaction; a "Maths from Stories" booklist with suggestions of literature that links with work in mathematics; term planning grid sheets; numeracy research documents; and more. Every lesson counts posters are available on this site to view and print.|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8)|
|Resource Types:||Courses, Lesson Plans and Activities, Public and Government Institutions, Articles, Books, Bibliographies, Dictionaries, Glossaries, Thesauri, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)|
|Math Topics:||Communicating Math|
|Math Ed Topics:||Interdisciplinary/Thematic Studies, Problem-Solving, Sequence of Subjects/Topics, Materials-Reviews/Recommendations, Activities, Writing/Communication in Math, Staff/Prof Development, Curriculum/Materials Development, Pedagogical Research, Standards, Public Understanding of Math|
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