# 2nd Level Numeracy Online Learning Portal...

The following student portal is to provide a platform for all students to improve their performance in CfE 2nd Level Numeracy...and beyond! Make sure you have a pen and paper handy, you're going to need it! You can use this section for consolidation of classwork, extension or even catching up on work missed. Ask your teacher for the password and click on the buttons below for access to the secure area...

Schools interested in a license should contact sales@cdmasterworks.co.uk with their enquiries.

Skills developed in this portal;

MNU 201a

1. Rounding the the nearest 10
2. Rounding to 1 figure of accuracy
3. Rounding to 1 decimal place
4. Rounding to 1 significant figure

MNU 202a

1. Changing words into numbers
2. Changing numbers into words
3. Decimal application

MNU 203a

2. Subtracting numbers
3. Multiplying numbers
4. Dividing numbers

MNU 203b

1. Adding decimals mentally/Multiplying by 10
2. Subtracting decimals mentally/Dividing by 10
3. Times tables/Multiplying by multiples of 10
4. Basic division/Dividing by multiples of 10

MNU 204a

2. Temperature rise and fall/Subtracting negatives
3. Bank balances/Multiplying negatives
4. Dividing negatives

MNU 207a

1. Writing fractions

MNU 207b

1. Missing fractions/Changing between fractions, decimals and percentages
2. Equivalent fractions/Calculating fractions of a quantity
3. Calculating mental percentages

MNU 209a

1. Shopping lists

MNU 209b

1. Simple interest
2. Budgeting/Paying bills

MNU 209c

1. Identifying profit and loss
2. Calculating profit and loss

MNU 210a

1. Telling the time
2. 24 hour time

MNU 210b

1. Changing between minutes and seconds

MNU 210c

1. Simple time intervals
2. Next hour time intervals/Calculating distance
3. Calculating speed
4. Calculating time

MNU 211a

1. Measuring length
2. Drawing length

MNU 211b

MNU 211c

1. Perimeter
2. Area of 2D shapes
3. Volume of 3D objects

MNU 220a

1. Interpreting bar graphs
2. Interpreting line graphs

MNU 222a

1. Describing Probability/Probability timelines
2. Calculating probabilty
3. Choosing at random

# 2nd Level Pupil Recording Grid...

Feel free to download our pupil recording grid to help you log your progress in all video tutorials, worksheets and assessments. Simply enter your score as a percentage, e.g. if you scored 63% then enter 63. You can calculate your percentage on the calculator by typing your score/questions attempted x 100. Also record the number of minutes it took you to complete a task, e.g. if 15 minutes were taken enter 15 in the relevant space. The grid automatically calculates many useful features which will help you with your revsion.

Only got 20 minutes spare to study? That's great! Pick a skill and start your stopwatch. Studies have shown that short, regular, productive practice is the key to success! Download your pupil record below and start your Rigour Maths "HOW MANY MINUTES???" challenge today...

CfE 2nd Level Pupil Record.xlsx
Microsoft Excel sheet [77.0 KB]

# 2nd Level Interactive Pupil Profile...

We are excited to offer interactive, electronic pupil profiles for 2nd Level Numeracy and Mathematics covering all 18 Experiences & Outcomes. As you can see from the illustration to the right, pupils reflect on their learned skills using the "Skill Development Framework" where they tick off their skills using the check boxes as they master them. Any skills that require more practice can be revised either in class or in our 2nd Level Online Learning Portal at the top of this page. There are also boxes for pupils to comment on their areas of success and improvement. Teachers, parents and other stake holders can also type comments in the indicated areas. There are also spaces for pupils to enter their RIGOUR assessment scores. All of these scores are automatically transferred to an attainment summary at the end of the profile which can be printed out. The booklet itself prints out as an A5 booklet with pupil details on the front and their attainment summary on the back.

# 2nd Level Numeracy Software...

Our user-friendly, interactive 2nd Level Numeracy program is compatible with the Smartboard providing the template for a structured course covering all 18 Numeracy Experiences and Outcomes at Second Level.

Our program comes complete with student success records for exercises, homework and assessments.

This software has been created by the Rigour team consisting of experienced Principal Teachers of Mathematics from across the country, I.T. specialists and established publishers within the Scottish Education sector.

Our ideas have been presented at the Stirling Mathematics Conference and showcased at the Scottish Learning Festival.

2nd Level Numeracy Breakdown

Each Experience and Outcome is differentiated into 3 modules; bronze, silver and gold.

Each module contains...

5 class exercises viewed on the smartboard. Students work through 10 questions on each learning outcome after exemplifcation. Answers are displayed for pupils to mark their progress at the end. Each exercise has access to an on-screen timer which can be adjusted to really test the pupils! Clicking on the medals at the top of the screen will take you to games on the internet where pupils can practice their skills in a competitive and interactive setting. Clicking on the apple takes you to a video providing an explanation, song or even rap on the skill in question.

5 homework exercises to print with answers available on-screen to facilitate pupil marking.

5 printable assessments with on-screen marking schemes.

A Lifeskills Section containing questions in context for each skill being developed.

A printable certificate to be given to the pupil once they have passed the chosen module.

Here is a quick video demonstration of our 2nd Level Numeracy software...

Sample Homework
MNU 211c B Hw 1.pdf
Sample Assessment
MNU 211c B Ass 1.pdf

# Testimonials...

All the staff and pupils love the software. Using Rigour has taken the level of focus and engagement to a new level. When the pupils set their own target working time and as the timer is started, you can hear a pin drop in the classroom as they work through the excercise of the day. As staff, the structured learning intentions for each outcome ensure full coverage.

Ms T. Eacher, Renfrewshire