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# Learning Management Plan for

## Year 1/2 Whole Numbers Money

Year 1: Recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value.
Year 2: Count and order small collections of Australian notes and coins according to their
value.

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## What will constitute the learning journey?

- Most of the students are able to use the language of money in everyday contexts,
eg coins, notes, cents, dollars
- The recognise that there are different coins and notes in our monetary system.

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LEP
Sequence
No.

Learning Experiences
What is to be taught? What are the
Sequential Strategies

Main
DoL
focus

Time
Frame
(LMQ4)

Outcome
focus

(LMQ2)

## My learner will be able to:

(Declarative Knowledge)

LEP/
Lesson
sequence
/

D1, D2,
P1, P2,
P5

## - recognising each coin and how

many cents are in each coin using
the counting blocks to represent
each cent in each coin.
-understanding the order and
value of each coin.

DoL 1, 2

60 mins

D1, D2,
P2, P3,
P4, P5

## -Show pictures of each note and

talk about dollars, and how many
dollars in each note using the
counting blocks to represent each
dollar in each note.
- understanding the order and
value of each note.

DoL 1,
2, 3, 4, 5

60 mins

## D1: Recognise Australian coins.

D2: Describe and order Australian coins according to their value.

(Procedural Knowledge):
P1: Understand the value of cents and the symbol of cents (c)
P2: Understand the value of dollars and the symbol of dollars (\$)
P3: Recognise that total amounts can be made using different denominations.
P4: Recognise that different countries have different coins and notes.
P5: Determine whether there is enough money to buy a particular item.

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D1, D2,
P1, P3

## - recognise that coins and notes

can be added together to give a
greater value than the individual
note.
- briefly look at the fact that other
countries use different currency.
- consolidate our learning with a
couple of money games.

DoL 1,
2, 3, 4, 5

70 mins

## * Learning manager to oversee and facilitate key learning experiences.

* Mentor teacher to oversee all learning experiences.
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## The Preoperational Stage: 2 to 7 Years / Concrete Operational Thought: 7 to 11 Years

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How will I check to see my learner has achieved the defined learning
outcomes?

## *At this age they learn best by representational or symbolic activity.

* During the class group work I will be formatively assessing the students to ensure they
understand the concept being taught before I move on to the next concept.

*Starting to learn the skills to think in a more organized, logical way about concrete
information.

* During group work at their tables I will ask the leader of each group to stand and give their
* I will do an assessment at the beginning of the Learning experience and at the end of the
learning experience to see if the learning outcomes have been achieved.

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## What resources do I have at my disposal?

*whiteboard
*smartboard
*laminated pretend coins
*laminated pretend notes
*counting blocks
*worksheets

## Learning Management Plan

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How will I inform the learner and others of the learners progress?

* Completion of the two worksheets, one at the beginning and one at the end of the learning
experience.
* Formative individual feedback during the lessons.
* Referring to the Learning Intention and success criteria throughout the lessons.

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