## Athens College Junior High School

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- Arts Criterion A
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- Language and literature Criterion A
- Mathematics Criterion A
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- Arts Criterion B
- Design Criterion B
- Physical and health education Criterion B
- Individuals and societies Criterion B
- Language acquisition Criterion B
- Language and literature Criterion B
- Mathematics Criterion B
- Sciences Criterion B
- Arts Criterion C
- Design Criterion C
- Physical and health education Criterion C
- Individuals and societies Criterion C
- Language acquisition Criterion C
- Language and literature Criterion C
- Mathematics Criterion C
- Sciences Criterion C
- Arts Criterion D
- Design Criterion D
- Physical and health education Criterion D
- Individuals and societies Criterion D
- Language acquisition Criterion D
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- Mathematics Criterion D
- Sciences Criterion D
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- Mathematics Criterion C

At the end of year 3, students should be able to:

i. use appropriate mathematical language (notation, symbols and terminology) in both oral and written explanations

ii. use different forms of mathematical representation to present information

iii. move between different forms of mathematical representation

iv. communicate complete and coherent mathematical lines of reasoning

v. organize information using a logical structure.

Achievement level |
Level descriptor, Year 2 |

0 | The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below. |

1–2 | The student is able to: |

i. use limited mathematical language | |

ii. use limited forms of mathematical representation to present information | |

iii. communicate through lines of reasoning that are difficult to interpret. | |

3–4 | The student is able to: |

i. use some appropriate mathematical language | |

ii. use different forms of mathematical representation to present information adequately | |

iii. communicate through lines of reasoning that are able to be understood, although these are not always clear | |

iv. adequately organize information using a logical structure. | |

5–6 | The student is able to: |

i. usually use appropriate mathematical language | |

ii. usually use different forms of mathematical representation to present information correctly | |

iii. move between different forms of mathematical representation with some success | |

iv. communicate through lines of reasoning that are clear although not always coherent or complete | |

v. present work that is usually organized using a logical structure. | |

7–8 | The student is able to: |

i. consistently use appropriate mathematical language | |

ii. use different forms of mathematical representation to consistently present information correctly | |

iii. move effectively between different forms of mathematical representation | |

iv. communicate through lines of reasoning that are complete and coherent | |

v. present work that is consistently organized using a logical structure. |