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Title: P5 and P6 Math Sharing

1
P5 and P6 Math Sharing
11 February 2012 by Mrs Yeo Poh
Geok LH/Mathematics (UP)
2
Overview
• Mathematics Framework
• PL Mathematics Programmes
• Use of Calculator
• Assessment Rubrics
• Assessment Marking Guidelines
• Getting Prepared

3
Mathematics Framework
Beliefs Interest
Appreciation Confidence
Perseverance
Monitoring of ones own thinking Self-regulation
of learning
Attitudes
Metacognition
Mathematical Problem Solving
Numerical calculation Algebraic manipulation
Spatial visualisation Data analysis
Measurement Use of mathematical
tools Estimation
Reasoning, communication and connections
Thinking skills and heuristics Application and
modelling
Skills
Processes
Concepts Numerical Algebraic Geometrical
Statistical Probabilistic Analytical
4
In short .
• C
• A
• M
• P
• S

oncepts
ttitudes
etacognition
rocesses
kills
5
PL P5/P6 Math Programme
• A Booklets
• Noteworthy Questions
• Challenge Problem Sets
• Process Skills Booklets
• www.problemsums.com

6
Use of Calculators at P5 P6
AIMS Widen the repertoire of teaching and
learning approaches to include investigations and
problems in authentic situations
7
Use of Calculators at P5 P6
AIMS Achieve a better balance between the
emphasis on computational skills and problem
solving skills
8
Use of Calculators at P5 P6
AIMS Help students to develop greater confidence
in doing mathematics, particularly those with
difficulty learning the subject
9
Concerns
Good Practices
• Students basic computational
• skills may be weakened
• Concepts must be
• taught well first before
• the use of calculators
• Remind pupils that
• basic computational
• skills are still important
• as it is required in
• Paper 1

10
Concerns
Good Practices
• Make use of the
• calculator symbol as a guide
• Pupils are not able to decide when to use the
calculator

11
Concerns
Good Practices
• Cultivate the habit of writing working steps in
daily work as method marks are awarded for
correct steps shown
• Pupils tend to
• leave out the working

12
Assessment in PL
Level Term P5 P6
Term 1 PP1 PP1
Term 2 SA1 SA1
Term 3 PP2 Prelim
Term 4 SA2 PSLE
100
30
100
70
13
PSLE MATHEMATICS FORMAT since 2010
PAPER BOOKLET ITEM TYPE NO. OF QNS NO. OF MARKS PER QUESTION WEIGHTING DURATION
1 A Multiple Choice 10 1 10 50 min
1 A Multiple Choice 5 2 10 50 min
1 B Short Answer 10 1 10 50 min
1 B Short Answer 5 2 10 50 min
2 Short Answer 5 2 10 1h 40min
2 Structured/ Long Answer 13 3, 4, 5 50 1h 40min
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL 48 - 100 2h 30min
14
PSLE MATHEMATICS FORMAT since 2010
• Note
• Both papers will be scheduled on the same day
with a break between the two papers.
• Paper 1 comprises two booklets. The use of
calculators is NOT allowed.
• Paper 2 comprises one booklet. The use of
calculators is allowed.

15
Estimated Time for doing Paper 1 (Use of
Calculator is NOT allowed)
Multiple Choice (Booklet A) 1-mark
questions 10 questions x 1 min 10
min 2-mark questions 5 questions x 2 min
10 min Short Answer (Booklet B) 1-mark
questions 10 questions x 1 min 10
min 2-mark questions 5 questions x 2 min
10 min Checking 10
min Total time 50
min
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16
Estimated Time for doing Paper 2 (Use of
Calculator is allowed)
questions x 2 min 10 min Structured and
13 questions x 6 min 78
min Checking 12 min
Total time 100 min (1h
40min)
17
PSLE FOUNDATION MATHEMATICS FORMAT since 2010
PAPER BOOKLET ITEM TYPE NO. OF QUESTIONS NO. OF MARKS PER QUESTION WEIGHTING DURATION
1 A Multiple Choice 10 1 10 1 h
1 A Multiple Choice 10 2 20 1 h
1 B Short Answer 10 2 20 1 h
2 Short Answer 10 2 20 1 h 15 min
2 Structured/ Long Answer 8 3, 4, 5 30 1 h 15 min
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL 48 - 100 2 h 15 min
• Notes
• Both papers will be scheduled on the same day
with a break between
• the two papers.
• 2. Paper 1 comprises two booklets. The use of
calculators is NOT allowed.
• 3. Paper 2 comprises one booklet. The use of
calculators is allowed.

18
Estimated Time for doing Paper 1 (Use of
Calculator is NOT allowed)

Multiple Choice (Booklet A) 1-mark
questions 10 questions x 1 min 10
min 2-mark questions 10 questions x 2 min
20 min Short Answer (Booklet B) 2-mark
questions 10 questions x 2 min 20
min Checking 10 min
Total time 60 min
19
Estimated Time for doing Paper 2 (Use of
Calculator is allowed)
questions x 2 min 20 min Structured and
8 questions x 5 min 40
min Checking 15 min
Total time 75 min (1h 15
min)
19
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Getting Prepared
• Day of PPs/SAs/PSLE
• Have a good breakfast
• Avoid solving Mathematics questions
• Enjoy the paper take it as a challenge

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Getting Prepared
• Day of PPs/SAs/PSLE
• Circle questions that she cannot solve in any
examinations and move on to the next question
• Complete the rest of the paper before returning
to the question
• Have CONFIDENCE in themselves!

22
• C
• A
• R
• P

ultivating an Interest in Math
ttitude
egular monitoring
ractice Makes Perfect
23
Maximising Your Childs Potential in PSLE
Mathematics
• Speaker Dr Joseph Yeo
• Date 10 March 2012 (Saturday)
• Time 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
• Venue PLMGS (Sec) School Hall

24
Mathematics Department
• Level Head (Lower Pri) - Mrs Josephine Wang
• wong_lie_peng_josephine_at_moe.edu.sg
• Level Head (Upper Pri) - Mrs Yeo Poh Geok
• yeo_poh_geok_at_moe.edu.sg

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