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Covering the different levels of rubrics, concepts, contexts, year groups and objectives, below are example assessments, task specific clarifications and marking guidelines. While they have been made for the specific units and statements of inquiry, please feel free to adapt them to suit your units or as a guide when writing your own assessments. More to come!
"Entrepreneurs represent equivalent values in different ways to help them make logical changes."
Fractions, decimals, percentages
"Strategies in team and independent games can be simplified and represented in logical ways."
Experimental probability, theoretical probability, simulations
Pairs and Squares
In this investigation, students are required to use their knowledge of multiplying and square numbers to investigate the relationship between the product of two numbers and the square of their average.
"Humans can use approximate quantities to evaluate the relationship between their actions and environmental impact"
Ratio, perimeter, area, volume
"Systems involving the human body can be modelled in specific forms."
In this investigation, students are required to use their knowledge of averages and range to investigate the relationship between how a set of numbers change (multiplication, addition, square) and how the averages and range change.
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