NSW Syllabuses

# Outcomes

## Table of Objectives and Outcomes – Continuum of Learning

For students undertaking Mathematics Life Skills:

• students are not required to complete all Life Skills outcomes
• specific Life Skills outcomes should be selected on the basis that they meet the learning needs, strengths, goals and interests of each student
• outcomes may be demonstrated independently or with support.

View the outcomes in an interactive table linked to content.

 Objective Students: develop the ability to apply reasoning, and the use of appropriate language, in the evaluation and construction of arguments and the interpretation and use of models based on mathematical concepts Life Skills outcomesA student: MALS6-1 explores mathematical concepts, reasoning and language to solve problems MALS6-2 engages with mathematical symbols, diagrams, graphs and tables to represent information accurately

 Objective Students: develop the ability to use concepts and apply techniques to the solution of problems in algebra and modelling, measurement, financial mathematics, data and statistics, probability and networks Life Skills outcomesA student: MALS6-3 engages with appropriate tools, units and levels of accuracy in measurement MALS6-4 explores contexts of everyday measurement MALS6-5 demonstrates understanding of money MALS6-6 explores money management and financial decision-making MALS6-7 demonstrates understanding of number and patterns in a range of contexts MALS6-8 solves problems using number and patterns in real-life situations MALS6-9 uses data in a range of contexts MALS6-10 explores probability in a range of contexts MALS6-11 explores plans, maps, networks and timetables MALS6-12 engages with plans, maps, networks and timetables effectively in a range of everyday contexts and situations

 Objective Students: develop the ability to use mathematical skills and techniques, aided by appropriate technology, to organise information and interpret practical situations Life Skills outcomesA student: MALS6-13 engages with mathematical skills and techniques, including technology, to investigate, explain and organise information

 Objective Students: develop the ability to interpret and communicate mathematics in a variety of written and verbal forms, including diagrams and graphs Life Skills outcomesA student: MALS6-14 communicates mathematical ideas and relationships using a variety of strategies

View a table showing the Mathematics Life Skills and Related Mathematics Standard Outcomes.