WA Year 6 Mathematics

WA Year 6 Mathematics

  • Curriculum :  WA
  • Grade :  Year 6
  • Subject :  Mathematics
  • Summary :  Year 6 of the Western Australian curriculum links reasoning and computational accuracy with problem-solving and application. Certain new topics are introduced to WA Year 6 Mathematics year, while others work as a cementing of concepts done in the previous years.

Course Description :

In WA Year 6 Mathematics course, students learn to compare and contrast numbers under the various categories of real numbers which pave the way to using the four basic operations on whole numbers, integers, fractions, and decimals effectively using brackets and order of operations.
Number theory includes the multiplication and division by powers of 10 and properties of prime, composite, square, and triangular numbers.
Units of measurement are an essential sphere of learning as this teaches students to be able to convert the various metric units while addressing areas and volumes with respect to length, mass, and capacity.  
Features of lines and angles cover a host of geometrical ideas which enable students to visualise shapes and their perspectives.
Experiments are used to understand chance and probability. Students learn decision-making by learning how to collect, interpret and compare data.

 

Syllabus:
 
WA Year 6 Mathematics course syllabus comprises the core aspects of Maths such as Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Statistics and Probability that are used to achieve the skills mentioned above. Edugraff online tutoring for WA Year 6 Mathematics course helps students understand the following concept in a very easy way.
 
Number and Algebra:
·     Number, Place Value
·     Whole Numbers, Integers and their operations
·     Fractions, Decimals, Percentages, and Equivalence
·     Money and Financial Mathematics, Discounts of 10%, 25% and 50%
·     Patterns and Algebra


Measurement and Geometry:
·     Using units of Measurement
·     Interpretation and use of Timetables
·     Areas and Volumes of 2D and 3D polygons
·     Shapes
·     Location and Translation
·     Geometric reasoning
·     Lines and Angles


Statistics and Probability:
·     Chance
·     Data representation and interpretation
·     Data displays and Column Graphs  

 

Key features of the syllabus:
Our online tutoring for WA Year 6 Mathematics course enables students to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions, integers, whole numbers and decimals following the prescribed order of these operations and apply these concepts to real-life situations like calculating simple discounts, fractions of a given quantity, creating structured timetables, connecting volume and capacity, constructing simple prisms and pyramids, and converting units to be able to accurately solve problems based on length and area.    

 

Why Edugraff
Edugraff online tutoring in Australia is an adaptive and flexible platform that caters to the individual needs of each student. This ensures that each student learns at his own pace and stops to recapitulate or clear doubts wherever and whenever required. The one-to-one student-teacher ratio enables a personalised teaching schedule and the ease of changing it as per the needs of the child.  

Join Edugraff’s online tutoring for WA Year 6 Mathematics to comprehend all the concepts easily. Our expert Maths tutoring comprises engaging sessions to learn the WA Year 6 Mathematics topics in the best possible way.


FAQ :

I would like my child’s schoolwork to be synchronised with the study done by Edugraff?
The Edugraff teachers also prefer this as a mismatch creates an unnecessary burden of studying two different topics at a time for the student. This synchronisation can be worked out by sharing the child’s term-wise study plan at school with the Edugraff tutor

I want to be in touch with my child’s progress. How can that be worked out?  

It is extremely important for the parent to be updated with their ward’s development and Edugraff endorses this completely. This is also needed because sometimes the parent has to ensure that work given as home assignments is completed on schedule. This can be done by maintaining regular communication.

 


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