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Assignment 2: Presentation
4/7/2018 Assignment 2: Presentation
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Teaching period 1, 2018
EDU10003: The World of Maths
Assignment 2: Presenta�on
Word/Time limit: 5 minute presentation (+/­ 1 minute)
Weighting: 50%
Due date: 5pm AEST Monday 7 May 2018 (Week 8) 
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Assignment overview
This assignment task requires you to create a video presentation in the form of a na
ated
PowerPoint. The video will include a play­based learning experience for children aged between
irth and eight years. Furthermore, it will showcase your understanding of the nature and
development of maths and numeracy in children.  
Related learning outcomes
This assignment assesses the following unit learning outcomes:
3. Recognise and develop opportunities for numeracy and mathematics related experiences in
play, and everyday experiences in early childhood settings (birth to eight years of age).
4. Describe the nature and development of mathematical thinking and numeracy processes in
children.
5. Describe how the relevant National and/or State or Te
itory cu
iculum for maths encourages
understanding in mathematics and numeracy for children.
Assignment details
For this assignment task, you are required to create a 5­minute na
ated PowerPoint video
presentation, in which your audience is your fellow pre­service teachers.
Your presentation should include:
1. An introduction, which identifies the chosen maths concept and age group, choose either 0–5
years or 5–8 years as an age range to focus on. You will need to include at least one content
descriptor that matches your maths concept chosen. This needs to align to the appropriate
level, using the following cu
icula documents: for 0–5 years, use EYLF; for 5–8 years, use
National and/or State or Te
itory cu
iculum.
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2. An explanation of a learning experience that showcases the maths concept chosen—you may
include photos, or a short video to demonstrate the experience.
3. A discussion of how children (between birth and eight) develop maths and numeracy skills. 

4. A discussion of how your particular experience is effective in supporting the development of
maths and 
numeracy in the identified age group.
 

5. On your last slide in your PowerPoint presentation, please include a reference list using APA
style.
Crea�ng your Na
ated PowerPoint
Have a look at this guide from the Student Portal: Na
ated PowerPoint presentation PC only 
(https:
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ated­powerpoint­presentation­pc­only) if
you need help with your PowerPoint presentation.
If you have any technical issues related to preparing your presentation, please
communicate them to your eLA as promptly as possible.
Suppor�ng resources
Submitting your presentation
In order to submit your presentation, you must first upload the video you have recorded into
YouTube. Depending on how you have produced your video, you might need to first transfer it to
your computer, or you may be able to upload it directly from your smartphone or tablet. If you're
not sure how to do this, the Student Portal provides a number of technical guides:
Transfe
ing video from a camera via USB ­ PC and Mac
(https:
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videos/transfe
ing­video­camera­usb­pc­mac) .
Transfe
ing videos from your smartphone or tablet
(https:
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videos/transfe
ing­videos­your­smartphone­or­tablet) .
Upload videos to YouTube from a smartphone or tablet
(https:
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videos­youtube­smartphone­or­tablet) .
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esources/how­create­and­upload­videos/uploading­videos­your­computer) .
Make sure you select ‘unlisted’ when you upload your video.
Once your video is uploaded to YouTube, you'll need to generate a link to share the video. Paste
this link into the top of the text component of your presentation (the rationale)—this is the
document you'll submit.
Referencing guide  (https:
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eferencing­and­
plagiarism­0) .
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portal will also provide you with additional resources to help support you with your presentation.
Please note, you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the page too locate the present
you section.
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This assignment will be submitted via Turnitin. You will find the relevant submission point below.
Please allow a 24­hour turnaround for an originality report to be generated. See the Turnitin
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Assignment criteria
1. Recognise and develop opportunities for numeracy­ and mathematics­related experiences in
play, and everyday experiences in early childhood settings.
2.  
Describe the nature and development of mathematical thinking and numeracy processes in
children.
3. Presentation and APA referencing.
To understand these three criteria, it is important that you take some time to read the pre­
submission check and assignment ru
ic.
Your work will be assessed using the following marking guide:
Criterion No Pass Pass  
50­59%
Credit  
60­69%
Distinction  
70­79%
High Distinction  
80­100%
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Criterion No Pass Pass  
50­59%
Credit  
60­69%
Distinction  
70­79%
High Distinction  
80­100%
Recognise
and develop
opportunities
fo
numeracy­
and
mathematics­
elated
experiences
in play, and
everyday
experiences
in early
childhood
settings.
 
(45%)
Did not
meet
criterion.
Opportunities
for 
numeracy­
and 
mathematics­
elated 
experiences in
play and 
everyday
experiences in 
early
childhood
settings 
have been
identified, 
although these
are not 
aligned to the
age range 
and maths
concept 
chosen. 
Links to the
elevant 
cu
icula
documents
are 
missing, and
practical 
examples do
not support 
the learning
experience 
included.
Opportunities
for 
numeracy­ and 
mathematics­
elated 
experiences in
play and 
everyday
experiences in 
early childhood
settings 
have been
identified and 
are mostly
elevant for 
the age range
and maths 
concept
chosen. 
Links are
made to the 
elevant
cu
icula 
documents
and mostly 
align with this 
experience,
which is 
supported by
practical 
examples.
Opportunities
for 
numeracy­
and 
mathematics­
elated 
experiences in
play and 
everyday
experiences in 
early
childhood
settings 
have been
chosen and 
developed fo
the 
elevant age
ange and 
maths concept
chosen. 
Links to the
elevant 
cu
icula
documents 
mostly align
with this 
experience,
which is 
supported by
practical 
examples
and linked to 
theoretical
ideas.
Opportunities
for 
numeracy­ and 
mathematics­
elated 
experiences in
play and 
everyday
experiences in 
early childhood
settings 
have been
carefully 
chosen and
developed 
for the relevant
age 
ange and
maths concept 
chosen. 
Links to the
elevant 
cu
icula
documents 
clearly support
this 
experience,
which
is supported by
practical 
examples and
analysed 
through
theoretical
ideas.
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Criterion No Pass Pass  
50­59%
Credit  
60­69%
Distinction  
70­79%
High Distinction  
80­100%
Describe the
nature and
development
of
mathematical
thinking and
numeracy
processes in
children.
 
(45%)
Did not
meet
criterion.
A description
of the nature
and the
development
of
mathematical
thinking and
numeracy
process in
children is
provided. The
description is
clear in some
places but
there are
some areas of
confusion. 
Descriptions
are not
adequately
supported with
elevant
esearch
literature.
A description
of the nature
and the
development
of
mathematical
thinking and
numeracy
process in
children is
provided. The
description is
clear and easy
to understand.
Descriptions
are adequately
supported with
the
communication
of some
elevant
esearch
literature.
A description
of the nature
and the
development
of
mathematical
thinking and
numeracy
process in
children is
clearly and
concisely
presented.
Descriptions
have emerged
through the
elevant
esearch
literature and
ideas. A
variety of
sources have
een drawn
upon and
have been
communicated
to the
audience.
A description of
the nature and
the
development of
mathematical
thinking and
numeracy
process in
children is
clearly and
concisely
presented.
Descriptions
have emerged
through the
elevant
esearch
literature and
ideas have
een
synthesised
with the
theoretical
ideas. A variety
of sources have
een drawn
upon and
communicated
to the audience.
Presentation
and 
APA
eferencing. 
(10%)
Did not
meet
criterion.
APA
eferencing
style has been
followed but
there are still
many e
ors
throughout.
The video
presentation is
of reasonable
quality and
ideas are
mostly
communicated
effectively to
the intended
audience.
APA
eferencing
style has been
followed with
some e
ors
throughout.
The video
presentation is
of reasonable
quality and
ideas are
communicated
effectively to
the intended
audience.
APA
eferencing
style has been
followed with
few e
ors
throughout. 
The video
presentation is
creative and of
good quality.
Ideas are
communicated
clearly and
concisely to
the intended
audience.
APA referencing
style has been
followed
accurately. 
The video
presentation is
highly creative
and of excellent
quality. Ideas
are
communicated
clearly and
concisely to the
intended
audience.
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Soumi answered on Apr 16 2020
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Introduction
EDU10003: The World of Maths
Assignment 2: Presentation
1
Introduction
Maths plays a crucial role in development of the child.
There are various concepts that a child is taught during his early days that includes knowledge of shape, numeracy and other such concepts.
This assignment deals with the concept of numeracy that will be taught to the students of the age group of 5-8.
The basics of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division will be taught to the students.
Basic knowledge of mathematics is of prime importance for a child. A child should be clear in his basics that would enable him to excel in his career. The basic concepts of maths includes shapes, numbers and others. Numbers is one of the most important part of maths as its forms the base for development of a child. A child having a strong grip on numbers is more likely to excel in future. This assignment deals with imparting knowledge of numeracy to children, especially of the age group of 5-8. The basics of multiplication and division are taught to the students at this age.
2
Numeracy and maths skills
It is the ability of an individual to apply the concepts of maths in real life situations.
It involves basic understanding of the numbers, counting, measuring, and identifying patterns and others.
It is required across all age group and i
espective of the profession an individual is in.
It includes addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
In simple words, numeracy means the knowledge of numbers. In modern world, theoretical knowledge is not sufficient. One has to be capable enough to apply the theoretical knowledge in real life situation. Therefore, the concept of using numeracy in real life situation has to be imbibed in a child from the beginning stages of learning. The children are taught counting, measurement and identification of pattern through use of images, videos and fun learning. Numeracy can be better learnt through fun learning. This has increased the importance of play schools across the globe. It also leads to arousal of interest among students who believe that maths is difficult.
3
Learning experience that showcases the maths concept chosen
The child undergoes through a number of learning concept before becoming well acquainted with the concept of numeracy
During my childhood, it was my learning experience that photos play a crucial role in remembering the concepts of numeracy
Showing images of cartoon and then teaching the concept of numeracy will be helpful in improving the knowledge base of the child.
There are various modes to teach a child about numbers. However, the most effective method of imparting the knowledge of numeracy is through use of pictures. The child is able to grasp the concept in an effective manner and is able to retain the information for a long time. During my childhood days, it was my personal experience that information portrayed through images are remembered for a long time. The pictures that interest the child should be used for this purpose. I use my learning experience during childhood to ensure that the child is able to grasp the concepts with ease.
4
Learning experience that showcases the maths concept chosen….continued..
Using fun activities also help in improving the retention of the knowledge of maths.
However, there are some students who do not wish to learn maths.
They have a...
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