Each level of the key skills above level one incorporates and builds on the previous ones.
Mathematics: Key Skills
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Key skills: levels Key skills: application of number - level 3 Key skills: application of number - level 4 Key skills: level 3 - example portfolio 2. Adult numeracy: entry requirements Level 2 in the English and Welsh National standards, which we define as the minimum, starts roughly half-way through International Level 3. Tasks tend to require the application of two or more steps, such as the following:. Level 3: At this level individuals must be able to understand mathematical information that may be less clear, embedded in contexts that are not always familiar and represented in more complex ways.
Tasks require several steps and may involve the choice of problem-solving strategies, such as the following. Level 4: At this level individuals must be able to understand a broad range of mathematical information that may be complex, abstract or embedded in unfamiliar contexts.
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These tasks involve undertaking multiple steps and choosing relevant problem-solving strategies, such as the following:. Level 5: At this level individuals must be able to understand complex representations, abstract and formal mathematical and statistical ideas, possibly embedded in more complex forms. This includes the following:. BACK What is numeracy? Why is numeracy important?
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