Stacks_progression_table_pupil (1).doc

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Stacks Progression table for class use The table below can be used for: sharing the aims of your work self- and peer-assessment helping you review your work and improve on it. Representing Choice(s) about mathematical features to investigate; choice of variables Analysing Working systematically; forming conjectures about relationships Interpreting and evaluating Exploring, verifying and justifying patterns and generalisations Communicating and reflecting Describing decisions, conclusions and reasoning clearly Applies the rule and keeps a record of results Accurately generates sequences for one or more total numbers of counters Understands that the defining rule can be applied to any number of counters Communicates a finding sufficiently clearly for someone else to understand Presents results clearly and consistently, e.g. in a table, as number pairs or a mapping diagram Makes some attempt to select and control variables Demonstrates, possibly by stopping, that a stacking sequence is
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