Provide a summary of the national curriculum framework for mathematics including age-related expectations of learners in the relevant settings

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why is learning provision important for numeracy development **Weegy:**
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Numeracy:
a proficiency which involves confidence and competence with numbers and measures. [ It requires an understanding of the number system, a repertoire of computational skills and an inclination and ability to solve number problems in a variety of contexts. Numeracy also demands practical understanding of the ways in which information is gathered by counting and measuring, and is presented in graphs, diagrams and tables
Strategies for supporting learners to develop numeracy skills and to use and apply mathematics, eg:
• helping learners to interpret and follow instructions
• reminding learners of teaching points made by the teacher
• questioning and prompting learners
• helping learners to select and use appropriate mathematical resources, eg. number lines, measuring instruments, games, computer software and learning programmes
• explaining and reinforcing correct use of mathematical vocabulary
• using praise, commentary and assistance to encourage learners to stay on task
• introducing follow-on tasks to reinforce and extend learning, eg. problem-solving tasks, mathematical games, puzzles
Numeracy skills covers the skills needed to use and apply mathematics including:
• counting and understanding number
• knowing and using number facts
• calculating
• understanding shape
• measuring
• handling data
Using and applying mathematics:
problem solving or pursuing a line of enquiry that involves representing ideas using numbers, symbols or diagrams, reasoning and predicting and communicating results orally or in writing ] (More)

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1.1 Explain the importance of learning provision for numeracy development **Weegy:** Good numeracy skills are important for learning across all curriculum areas and are essential for life after school. Being numerate requires a blend of mathematical, contextual and strategic know-how. [ The project found that familiarity with the context of a task is important in successful problem-solving. Students already familiar with a context were readily able to engage with and complete tasks with mathematical demands but sometimes did this without necessarily being aware of ?doing mathematics?. Knowledge of mathematics and knowledge of its application in a range of contexts seems to provide students with the confidence to have a go, make mistakes and try again. Working with others helps students clarify and solve problems. They are able to discuss and observe peers? strategies and this helps them organise their thinking. In general, the findings indicate that the project has reinforced the importance of numeracy in the primary school curriculum. ] **User:** why is learning provision important for numeracy development **Weegy:**
Assessment Guidance
Numeracy:
a proficiency which involves confidence and competence with numbers and measures. [ It requires an understanding of the number system, a repertoire of computational skills and an inclination and ability to solve number problems in a variety of contexts. Numeracy also demands practical understanding of the ways in which information is gathered by counting and measuring, and is presented in graphs, diagrams and tables
Strategies for supporting learners to develop numeracy skills and to use and apply mathematics, eg:
• helping learners to interpret and follow instructions
• reminding learners of teaching points made by the teacher
• questioning and prompting learners
• helping learners to select and use appropriate mathematical resources, eg. number lines, measuring instruments, games, computer software and learning programmes
• explaining and reinforcing correct use of mathematical ... (More)

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