Overview

Framework:
RQF
Level:
Entry Level 3
Unit No:
M/505/4865
Credits:
3
Guided learning hours:
30 hours

Assessment Guidance

This unit maps to the Adult Numeracy Core Curriculum in the following areas: MSS1/E3.4; MSS1/E3.5; MSS1/E3.6; MSS1/E3.7; MSS1/E3.8; MSS2/E3.1; MSS2/3.2; MSS2/3.3.

Unit Learning Outcomes

1

Be able to read, measure, estimate and compare length.

Assessment Criteria

• 1.1
Estimate length and distance, using non-standard and standard units.
• 1.2
Compare length and distance, using non-standard units and standard units.
• 1.3
Select and use appropriate units for measuring length.
• 1.4
Select and use appropriate instruments for measuring length.
• 1.5
Read and measure length and distance, using standard and non-standard units, to the nearest labelled and unlabelled division e.g. with two or ten divisions between the numbered points on the scale.

2

Be able to read, measure, estimate and compare weight.

Assessment Criteria

• 2.1
Estimate and compare weight, using non-standard and standard units.
• 2.2
Select and use appropriate units for measuring weight.
• 2.3
Select and use appropriate instruments for measuring weight.
• 2.4
Read and measure weight using standard and non-standard units to the nearest labelled and unlabelled division.

3

Be able to read, measure, estimate and compare capacity.

Assessment Criteria

• 3.1
Estimate and compare capacity.
• 3.2
Select and use appropriate units for measuring capacity.
• 3.3
Select and use appropriate instruments for measuring capacity.
• 3.4
Read and measure capacity using standard and non-standard units to the nearest labelled and unlabelled division.

4

Know about shape, positional vocabulary and space.

Assessment Criteria

• 4.1
Sort 2-D and 3-D shapes according to their properties (side length, angle, line of symmetry).
• 4.2
Identify perimeter of simple shapes.
• 4.3
Understand and use straightforward vocabulary related to shape, for example, side, length, angle, line of symmetry.
• 4.4
Follow directions using positional vocabulary, including the four compass points.