Assignment 1 World of Maths.pdf

Assignment 1 World of Maths.pdf - Semester 1 2017 EDU10003...

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Semester 1, 2017 EDU10003 The World of Maths Assessment #1: Essay Word limit: 1500 (+/- 10%) Weighting: 3 0 % Due date: 11:59pm AEST Monday 27 th March (Week 5) Assessment context For this assessment task you are required to prepare a 1500 word essay that demonstrates your understanding of mathematics and numeracy. Your discussion should be based on scholarly sources and should integrate real world examples. Related learning outcomes This task is assessing your ability to demonstrate that you meet the following unit learning outcomes: 1. Define and describe the similarities and differences between mathematics and numeracy. 2. Recognise numeracy skills used in the real world. 3. Identify everyday phenomena that can be explained using mathematics.
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Assessment details Your essay must draw upon the course materials and specifically address the following two points: 1. Define and describe mathematics. Support your discussion with one everyday phenomenon (e.g. in nature or built environments) that can be explained using mathematics. 2. Define and describe numeracy, including at least one example of where you have used numeracy skills in your everyday life. IMPORTANT: - You are expected to support each of the above points with your course materials and relevant contemporary literature.
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