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LEVEL 1 MATHEMATICS 1MAS   

What is this course about? This course will provide students with the opportunity to achieve their NCEA numeracy and also  develop their ability to use their maths, statistics and thinking skills to solve problems. Success in  this course will enable students to pursue either a mathematical or statistical curriculum in levels 2  and 3 or both pathways if they wish. 

What sorts of things will I do? You will:  ● carry out experiments and activities which will either help you understand concepts better or  provide you an opportunity to solve practical problems  ● use your (graphical) calculators to investigate real world situations and understand how you  can use mathematics to describe what you see  ● use computer software to investigate and compare variation in real life situations so that you  can describe it and take it into account when making choices and decisions. 

What standards can I enter? NCEA  Level 

Standar d Number 

Name of standard

Version number 

Credits

Assessment

Approximate assessment  date 

1

91029

Apply linear algebra in solving problems 

3

3

Internal (N)

Term 1   Week 6-10 

1

91036

Investigate bivariate numerical data using the statistical enquiry cycle 

3

3

Internal (N, L)

Term 1   Week 6-10 

1

91035

Investigate a given multivariate data set using the statistical enquiry cycle 

3

4

Internal (N, L)

Term 2 Week 3 

1

91026

Apply numeric reasoning in solving problems 

3

4

Internal (N)

Term 2   Week 8 

1

91028*

Investigate relationships between tables, equations and graphs 

3

4

External (N)

NZQA

1

91037*

Demonstrate understanding of chance and data 

4

4

External (N)

NZQA

* Students will choose to complete either 91028 or 91037 external examinations at the end of term 3 in consultation with their mathematics teacher and tutor.   

Key for assessment column: N - L1 and UE numeracy L - L1 literacy R - UE reading literacy 

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ASHS Course Booklet 2020  

ASHS Course Booklet 2020  

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