VCE Foundation Mathematics Units 1 and 2 – All Topics

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1. Space and Shape
2. Patterns and Number
3. Data
4. Measurement




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Outcome 1

On completion of this unit, the student should be able to apply mathematical procedures to solve practical problems in both familiar and new contexts and communicate their results.

To achieve this outcome the student will draw on knowledge and skills outlined in all the areas of study.

Key knowledge
• the common uses and applications of mathematics in aspects of everyday life
• relevant and appropriate mathematics in areas relating to student’s study, work, social or personal contexts
• the common methods of presenting and communicating mathematics in everyday life, for example charts, graphs, maps, plans, tables, algebraic expressions and diagrams.

Key skills
• identify and recognise how mathematics is used in everyday situations and contexts, making connections between mathematics and the real world
• extract the mathematics embedded in everyday situations and contexts and formulate what mathematics can be used to solve practical problems in both familiar and new contexts
• undertake a range of mathematical tasks, applications and processes to solve practical problems, such as drawing, measuring, counting, estimating, calculating, generalising and modelling
• interpret results and outcomes of the application of mathematics in a context, including how appropriately and accurately they fit the situation
• represent, communicate and discuss the results and outcomes of the application of mathematics in a range of contexts.

Outcome 2

On completion of this unit, the student should be able to select and use technology to solve problems in practical contexts.

To achieve this outcome the student will draw on knowledge and skills outlined in all the areas of study.

Key knowledge
• the conventions for representations of mathematical information, objects and operations, including order of operation and use of brackets
• the numerical, graphical, symbolic, geometric and statistical functionalities of a range of technologies
• the conditions and settings for effective application of a given technology and its functionality.

Key skills
• use technology to carry out computations and analysis, and produce diagrams, tables, charts and graphs which model situations and solve practical problems
• interpret, evaluate and discuss the outputs of technology
• use technology to communicate the results of working mathematically

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