Teaching and Learning Sequences
The teaching and learning sequences in number have been developed to help teachers deliver the topic in an easytoread format. They will consist of four main areas:

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Each area will be linked to activity videos, big ideas, misconceptions, mathematical language, and conceptual tools all developed to support the delivery of the learning at each level.
Learning Sequence Matrix
Description
The learning sequence matrix has been developed to give teachers an idea of the curriculum level that each section has been adapted to. It can be used as a guide to help support students in their learning journeys and teachers to understand what parts need to be consolidated before moving onto the next sequence of learning.
The matrix consists of four parts. These are described as:

At Level: If students are learning at this level, then they are at the expected point indicated by the ACARA V.9 standards for that year level.

Beginning Level: If students are learning at this level, then they are above the expected point indicated by the ACARA V.9 standards for that year level.

Consolidating Level: If students are learning at this level, then they are below the expected point indicated by the ACARA V.9 standards for that year level.

Not at Level: If students are learning at this level, then they are well above, or well below the expected point indicated by the ACARA V.9 standards for that year level.