You will improve your knowledge and skills of addition, subtraction and multiplication. You will start to work with different units of measurement and perform simple calculations with money, weight and distance. You will also learn to lay-out and work out problems and mathematics with and without a calculator.
This course enables you to develop your proficiency in many areas of mathematics including numbers up to 1000, decimals, fractions and charts. We look at the use of basic maths in everyday situations. Weekly homework and self-study is a requirement of the course.
Completion of an initial assessment to identify level of study.
Notepad and pen. Protractor, calculator, ruler and pencils.
Practical activities, verbal questioning and discussions, handouts, and informal feedback, written feedback and self- assessment tasks.
Weekly feedback from tutor. Observation, questioning, group activities, presentations and discussion.
Progress onto further levels of functional skills maths.