### Overview

Framework:
RQF
Level:
Level 2
Unit No:
K/505/4881
Credits:
3
Guided learning hours:
30 hours

## Assessment Guidance

This unit maps to the Adult Numeracy Core Curriculum in the following areas: MSS1/L2.3; MSS1/L2.4; MSS1/L2.5; MSS1/L2.6; MSS1/L2.7; MSS1/L2.8; MSS1/L2.9; MSS1/L2.10; MSS2/L2.1; MSS2/L2.2; MSS2/L2.3.

### Unit Learning Outcomes

1

Be able to measure length.

#### Assessment Criteria

• 1.1
Estimate measure and compare length and distance, using metric and imperial units.
• 1.2
Calculate length and distance, using units within the same system.
• 1.3
Read scales to different levels of accuracy including reading between marked divisions.
• 1.4
Calculate length and distance between systems, using conversion tables and scales and approximate conversion factors, for example 1in =2.54 cm.

2

Be able to measure weight.

#### Assessment Criteria

• 2.1
Estimate, measure and compare weight using metric and imperial units.
• 2.2
Calculate weight with units within the same system.
• 2.3
Read scales to different levels of accuracy including reading between marked divisions.
• 2.4
Calculate weight between systems using conversion tables and scales and approximate conversion factors, for example 1kg= 2.2lbs and ounces to grams.

3

Be able to measure capacity.

#### Assessment Criteria

• 3.1
Estimate, measure and compare capacity using metric and imperial units.
• 3.2
Calculate capacity with units within the same system.
• 3.3
Read scales to different levels of accuracy including reading between marked divisions.
• 3.4
Calculate capacity between systems using conversion tables and scales and approximate conversion factors, for example 1pint = 568ml.

4

Be able to work with shape, positional vocabulary and space.

#### Assessment Criteria

• 4.1
Recognise and name a range of 2-D representations of 3-D shapes, for example in maps and plans.
• 4.2
Solve problems involving mathematical properties, 2-D shapes and parallel lines.
• 4.3
Draw 2-D shapes in different orientations using grids, for example reflect and rotate.
• 4.4
Apply appropriate formulae for finding perimeters and areas of regular shapes, for example rectangular and circular surfaces.
• 4.5
Apply appropriate formulae for finding areas of composite shape.
• 4.6
Apply appropriate common formulae for finding volumes of regular shapes, for example cuboid or cylinder.
• 4.7
Work out dimensions from scale drawings, for example 1:2.
• 4.8
Follow directions using a range of positional vocabulary.

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