Measurement and Geometry
Outcomes

Length

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Selects and uses the appropriate unit and device to measure lengths and distances, calculates perimeters, and converts between units of length
 Length 1
 Length 2

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 Area

Volume and Capacity

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Selects and uses the appropriate unit to estimate, measure and calculate volumes and capacities, and converts between units of capacity

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Mass

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Selects and uses the appropriate unit and device to measure the masses of objects, and converts between units of mass

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Time

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Uses 24hour time and am and pm notation in reallife situations, and constructs timelines

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ThreeDimensional Space

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Identifies threedimensional objects, including prisms and pyramids, on the basis of their properties, and visualises, sketches and constructs them given drawings of different views

ThreeDimensional Space 1

Compare, describe and name prisms and pyramids

Identify and determine the number of pairs of parallel faces of threedimensional objects, eg 'A rectangular prism has three pairs of parallel faces'
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Recognise that prisms have a 'uniform crosssection' when the section is parallel to the base
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Identify, describe and compare the properties of prisms and pyramids, including: number of faces, shape of faces, number and type of identical faces, number of vertices, number of edges
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Identify and determine the number of pairs of parallel faces of threedimensional objects, eg 'A rectangular prism has three pairs of parallel faces'
 Connect threedimensional objects with their nets and other twodimensional representations (ACMMG111)

Compare, describe and name prisms and pyramids

ThreeDimensional Space 1

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TwoDimensional Space

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Manipulates, classifies and draws twodimensional shapes, including equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangles, and describes their properties
 TwoDimensional Space 1

TwoDimensional Space 2

Investigate combinations of translations, reflections and rotations, with and without the use of digital technologies (ACMMG142)

Identify whether a twodimensional shape has been translated, reflected or rotated, or has undergone a number of transformations, eg 'The parallelogram has been rotated clockwise through 90 degrees once and then reflected once'
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Construct patterns of twodimensional shapes that involve translations, reflections and rotations using computer software
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Identify whether a twodimensional shape has been translated, reflected or rotated, or has undergone a number of transformations, eg 'The parallelogram has been rotated clockwise through 90 degrees once and then reflected once'

Investigate combinations of translations, reflections and rotations, with and without the use of digital technologies (ACMMG142)

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Angles

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Measures and constructs angles, and applies angle relationships to find unknown angles

Angles 1

Construct angles using a protractor (ACMMG112)

Identify that a right angle is 90 degrees, a straight angle is 180 degrees and an angle of revolution is 360 degrees
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Identify and describe angle size in degrees for each of the classifications acute, obtuse and reflex
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Compare the sizes of two or more angles in degrees, eg compare angles in different twodimensional shapes
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Identify that a right angle is 90 degrees, a straight angle is 180 degrees and an angle of revolution is 360 degrees

Construct angles using a protractor (ACMMG112)

Angles 2

Investigate, with and without the use of digital technologies, angles on a straight line, angles at a point, and vertically opposite angles; use the results to find unknown angles (ACMMG141)

Identify and name angle types formed by the intersection of straight lines, including right angles, 'angles on a straight line', 'angles at a point' that form an angle of revolution, and 'vertically opposite angles'
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Investigate, with and without the use of digital technologies, angles at a point and establish that they form an angle of revolution and add to 360 degrees
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Identify and name angle types formed by the intersection of straight lines, including right angles, 'angles on a straight line', 'angles at a point' that form an angle of revolution, and 'vertically opposite angles'

Investigate, with and without the use of digital technologies, angles on a straight line, angles at a point, and vertically opposite angles; use the results to find unknown angles (ACMMG141)

Angles 1

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Position

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Locates and describes position on maps using a gridreference system
 Use a gridreference system to describe locations (ACMMG113)

Describe routes using landmarks and directional language (ACMMG113)

Find a location on a map that is in a given direction from a town or landmark, eg locate a town that is northeast of Broken Hill
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Describe the direction of one location relative to another, eg 'Darwin is northwest of Sydney'
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Follow a sequence of two or more directions, including compass directions, to find and identify a particular location on a map
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Describe a route taken on a map using landmarks and directional language, including compass directions, eg 'Start at the post office, go west to the supermarket and then go southwest to the park'
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Find a location on a map that is in a given direction from a town or landmark, eg locate a town that is northeast of Broken Hill

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