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Grade 3/4 R Time Assessment

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Level 3 Achievement Standard: Students tell time to the nearest minute Progression Point 3.5: Students use am and pm notation and identify time between two events Level 4 Achievement Standard: Students solve problems involving time duration and convert between units of time Gabby Abbot Gabby demonstrates a strong understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in analogue and digital format, successfully converting between the two. Her time choices are in the morning and she correctly identifies the time lapse between each event. Gabby meets the Level 4 Achievement Standard.

Lili Clifford

Lili demonstrates understanding of o'clock, half past and quarter past in both analogue and digital format, successfully converting between the two. Her post assessment indicates confusion between quarter to and quarter past, which is different from her pretest where she correctly identifies between the two. She is able to describe time duration to the hour and half hour, but time duration between quarter to and quarter past and vice versa still confuses her. Lili meets the Level 3 Achievement Standard and is still progressing towards Level 4. Alannah successfully shows her understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in analogue and digital format and is able to convert between the two. She demonstrates some confusion between am and pm and is unsure about the spread of hours in a day, indicating she is yet to grasp time duration. Alannah meets the Level 3 Achiement Standard and is still progressing towards Level 4 Rohan demonstrates a strong understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He correctly uses am and pm notation and identifies time duration correctly. Rohan meets the Level 4 Achievement Standard. Lila demonstrates an understanding of o'clock and half past in analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. Her post-test shows she grasps quarter to and quarter past but lacks confidence in expressing this understanding. Lila meets the Level 3 Achievement Standard and is still progressing towards Level 4. Hugo successfully shows his understanding of o'clock and half past, however requires the use of the clock manipulative and teacher scaffolding. Once he determines the analogue time, he is able to successfully convert to digital for o'clock and half past and correctly identifies time duration for these two times. He struggles with quarter past and quarter to, both in telling and converting as well as determining time duration. Hugo is still working towards the Level 3 Achievement Standard. Marcus demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in analogue and digital format and is able to convert between the two. He correctly uses am and pm notation and correctly identifies time duration. Marcus meets the Level 4 Achievement Standard.

Alannah Day

Rohan Galdes

Lila Goodwin

Hugo Halliday

Marcus Hill

Joshua Howlett

Josh enthusiastically demonstrates his understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He extends himself by including a five past and correctly uses am and pm notation and identifies time duration. Josh meets the Level 4 Achievement Standard. Jonah successfully demonstrates his understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in digital and analogue formats, correctly converting between the two. He correctly uses am and pm notation and identifies time duration. Jonah meets the Level 4 Achievement Standard. Jasper demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to in both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He is able to identify time duration, however clarification on his am and pm notation is required. Jasper meets the Level 4 Achievement Standard.

Jonah Lenten

Jasper Mundy

Emma Schutt

Emma demonstrates a strong understanding of o'clock, half past and quarter past both in analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. She correctly uses am and pm notation and identifies time duration. Emma meets the Level 4 Achievement Standard.

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AUSVELS> Mathematics> Measurement & Geometry Level 4 Achievement Standard: Students solve problems involving time duration and convert between units of time Progression Point 4.5: Students convert between units of measurement Lachlan Blake Lachie demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to in both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He correctly uses am and pm notation and is able to identify time duration. Lachie meets Progression Point 4.5.

Logan Cockerill

Logan demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to in both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He correctly uses am and pm notation her and understanding is able to identify time duration. Logan meets Progression 4.5. in Stella demonstrates of o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter Point past both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. She extends herself by attempting to show thirty-five past and correctly calculates time duration, however clarification on her understanding of am and pm notation is required. Stella meets the Level 4 Achievement

Stella Dillon

Emily Harvey

Emily demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to in both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. She correctly uses am and pm notation and correctly calculates time duration. Emily meets Progression Point 4.5. Lucy demonstrates an understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to, successfully converting between the two. Clarification on her understanding of am and pm notation is required, however she demonstrates she is able to calculate time duration. Lucy meets the Level 4 Achievement Standard.

Lucy Hattink

Jack Helmot

Jack demonstrates a strong understanding of o'clck, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He correctly uses am and pm notation and correctly calculates time duration. Jack meets Progression Point 4.5.

Emma Howlett

Emma demonstrates an understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past in both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. She successfully uses am and pm notation and correctly calculates time duration. Emma meets Progression Point 4.5.

Xander Johnson

Xander demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to in both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He successfully uses am and pm notation and correctly calculates time duration. Xander meets Progression Point 4.5.

Beth Knight

Beth demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. She correctly uses am and pm notation and can time duration successfully. Beth meets Sara demonstrates ancalculate understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past Progression and quarterPoint to in 4.5. both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. Clarification is required on her understanding of am and pm notation and she is unable to calculate time duration and because of this, Sara just meets Progression Point 3.5 and is still progressing to Level 4.

Sara Layton

Tayne Tayne has a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to in both McDonald analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He correctly uses am and pm notation and can calculate time duration successfully. Tayne meets Progression Point 4.5.

Emma Perry

Emma demonstrates a strong understanding of o'clock, half past and quarter past both in analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. She correctly uses am and pm notation and identifies time duration. Emma meets Progression Point 4.5. Ernest demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to both in analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. He demonstrates correct use of am and pm notation and correctly calculates time duration. Ernest meets Progression Point 4.5.

Ernest Sim

Maddie demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to in Maddie both digital and analogue formats, successfully converting between the two. She demonstrates Woodmas correct use of am and pm notation and correctly calculates time duration. Maddie meets on Progression Point 4.5.

Thalia Worsam

Thalia demonstrates a solid understanding of o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to in both analogue and digital formats, successfully converting between the two. She uses am and pm notation correctly and correctly calculates time duration. She extends herself by demonstrating her understanding of different multiples of time. Thalia meets Progression Point 4.5. Below Level 3 Standard At Level 3 or Progression Point 3.5 At Level 4 Standard At Progression Point 4.5, need to be moved to Level 5