How to write your own learning outcomes for embedding measurement


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For Measurement

You can do this yourself or download the worksheet here.

Instructions

  1. Choose one item below then add your own context.
  2. Write out a final draft of the learning outcome.
  3. If you need to, make any changes to ensure your learning outcome is specific to the measurement skills you want to teach and assess.
Compare and order objects

Use repetition of a single unit to measure length, area, volume and capacity, weight, angle, temperature, time

Use sensible units to measure length, area, volume and capacity, weight, angle, temperature, time

Use common benchmarks to estimate measurements

Carry out simple unit conversions

Calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles, triangles and circles from measurements of length

Convert units within measurement systems

Use appropriate units, tools and formulas to measure the surface areas and volumes of shapes, including cylinders

 

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