# SmartLab supports educators and students through comprehensive

modules, diagnostic reporting and

targeted learning.

## Master all Curriculum Focus Areas

SmartLab empowers students to master curriculum topics and focus areas. Year level diagnostic modules, topic focused targeted modules and tutorials are aligned to each year level to concentrate on curriculum capabilities.

### Grammar – Parts of Speech

- Abstract Nouns
- Adjectives
- Adjectives – Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adjectives – Forming Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adverbs
- Collective Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Doing, Saying, Relating and Sensing Verbs
- Modal Verbs
- Participles
- Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- Plural and Singular Verbs
- Plural Rules
- Prepositions
- Pronouns
- Pronouns – Possessive and Determiners
- Proper Nouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Thinking and Summary Verbs
- Verbs (Doing and Being)
- Verbs (Feeling, Saying and Thinking)
- Verbs and Tenses

**Grammar – Sentence Structure**

- Adjectival Clauses
- Adjectival Groups / Phrases
- Adverbial Clauses
- Adverbial Groups / Phrases
- Articles
- Complex Sentences
- Compound Sentences
- Coordinating Conjunctions
- Correlative Conjunctions
- Noun Clauses
- Noun Groups / Phrases
- Preposition Groups / Phrases
- Simple Sentences
- Subject and Object
- Subject/ Verb Agreement
- Subordinating Conjunctions
- Verb Clauses
- Verb Groups / Phrases

**Punctuation**

- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Capital Letters
- Commas
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Direct Speech
- Exclamation Marks
- Full Stops
- Hyphens
- Indirect Speech
- Paragraphs
- Question Marks

**Reading**

- Audience Positioning
- Author’s Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Basic Character Inference
- Basic Inferential Meaning
- Cause and Effect
- Characters and Setting
- Comparing and Contrasting
- Digital Texts
- First, Second and Third Person Narratives
- Identifying the Audience of a Text
- Inference from Illustrations
- Inference from Text Covers
- Making Predictions
- Plot
- Reliability
- Summarising
- Text Layout
- Theme
- Tone
- Vocabulary

**Language**

- Active Listening
- Bias
- Colloquialisms and Slang
- Emotions and Feelings
- Exclamations
- Gestures and Body Language
- Interaction Skills
- Modality
- Open and Closed Questions
- Opinions
- Questions
- Reasons
- Requests and Commands
- Statements
- Subjective and Objective Language
- Synonyms and Antonyms

### Literary Devices

- Alliteration
- Repetition
- Rhyme
- Onomatopoeia
- Imagery
- Neologisms
- Puns
- Poetic Language

### Spelling

- Consonant Blends
- Consonant Digraphs
- CVC Words
- Diphthongs
- High Frequency Words
- Homophones
- Morphemes / Word Families
- Multisyllabic words
- Negative Prefixes
- Prefixes
- Silent letters
- Spelling Generalisations
- Split Digraphs
- Suffixes
- Tetragraphs
- Trigraphs
- Two Syllable Words
- Unstressed Vowels
- Vowel Digraphs
- Vowel Sounds
- Word Origins

### Grammar – Parts of Speech

- Abstract Nouns
- Adjectives
- Adjectives – Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adjectives – Forming Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adverbs
- Collective Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Doing, Saying, Relating and Sensing Verbs
- Modal Verbs
- Participles
- Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- Plural and Singular Verbs
- Plural Rules
- Prepositions
- Pronouns
- Pronouns – Possessive and Determiners
- Proper Nouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Thinking and Summary Verbs
- Verbs (Doing and Being)
- Verbs (Feeling, Saying and Thinking)
- Verbs and Tenses

**Grammar – Sentence Structure**

- Adjectival Clauses
- Adjectival Groups / Phrases
- Adverbial Clauses
- Adverbial Groups / Phrases
- Articles
- Complex Sentences
- Compound Sentences
- Coordinating Conjunctions
- Correlative Conjunctions
- Noun Clauses
- Noun Groups / Phrases
- Preposition Groups / Phrases
- Simple Sentences
- Subject and Object
- Subject/ Verb Agreement
- Subordinating Conjunctions
- Verb Clauses
- Verb Groups / Phrases

**Punctuation**

- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Capital Letters
- Commas
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Direct Speech
- Exclamation Marks
- Full Stops
- Hyphens
- Indirect Speech
- Paragraphs
- Question Marks

**Reading**

- Audience Positioning
- Author’s Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Basic Character Inference
- Basic Inferential Meaning
- Cause and Effect
- Characters and Setting
- Comparing and Contrasting
- Digital Texts
- First, Second and Third Person Narratives
- Identifying the Audience of a Text
- Inference from Illustrations
- Inference from Text Covers
- Making Predictions
- Plot
- Reliability
- Summarising
- Text Layout
- Theme
- Tone
- Vocabulary

**Language**

- Active Listening
- Bias
- Colloquialisms and Slang
- Emotions and Feelings
- Exclamations
- Gestures and Body Language
- Interaction Skills
- Modality
- Open and Closed Questions
- Opinions
- Questions
- Reasons
- Requests and Commands
- Statements
- Subjective and Objective Language
- Synonyms and Antonyms

### Literary Devices

- Alliteration
- Repetition
- Rhyme
- Onomatopoeia
- Imagery
- Neologisms
- Puns
- Poetic Language

### Spelling

- Consonant Blends
- Consonant Digraphs
- CVC Words
- Diphthongs
- High Frequency Words
- Homophones
- Morphemes / Word Families
- Multisyllabic words
- Negative Prefixes
- Prefixes
- Silent letters
- Spelling Generalisations
- Split Digraphs
- Suffixes
- Tetragraphs
- Trigraphs
- Two Syllable Words
- Unstressed Vowels
- Vowel Digraphs
- Vowel Sounds
- Word Origins

### Grammar – Parts of Speech

- Abstract Nouns
- Adjectives
- Adjectives – Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adjectives – Forming Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adverbs
- Collective Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Doing, Saying, Relating and Sensing Verbs
- Modal Verbs
- Participles
- Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- Plural and Singular Verbs
- Plural Rules
- Prepositions
- Pronouns
- Pronouns – Possessive and Determiners
- Proper Nouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Thinking and Summary Verbs
- Verbs (Doing and Being)
- Verbs (Feeling, Saying and Thinking)
- Verbs and Tenses

**Grammar – Sentence Structure**

- Adjectival Clauses
- Adjectival Groups / Phrases
- Adverbial Clauses
- Adverbial Groups / Phrases
- Articles
- Complex Sentences
- Compound Sentences
- Coordinating Conjunctions
- Correlative Conjunctions
- Noun Clauses
- Noun Groups / Phrases
- Preposition Groups / Phrases
- Simple Sentences
- Subject and Object
- Subject/ Verb Agreement
- Subordinating Conjunctions
- Verb Clauses
- Verb Groups / Phrases

**Punctuation**

- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Capital Letters
- Commas
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Direct Speech
- Exclamation Marks
- Full Stops
- Hyphens
- Indirect Speech
- Paragraphs
- Question Marks
- Semicolons

**Reading**

- Audience Positioning
- Author’s Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Basic Character Inference
- Basic Inferential Meaning
- Cause and Effect
- Characters and Setting
- Comparing and Contrasting
- Digital Texts
- First, Second and Third Person Narratives
- Identifying the Audience of a Text
- Inference from Illustrations
- Inference from Text Covers
- Making Predictions
- Plot
- Reliability
- Summarising
- Text Layout
- Theme
- Tone
- Vocabulary

**Language**

- Active Listening
- Bias
- Colloquialisms and Slang
- Emotions and Feelings
- Exclamations
- Gestures and Body Language
- Interaction Skills
- Modality
- Open and Closed Questions
- Opinions
- Questions
- Reasons
- Requests and Commands
- Statements
- Subjective and Objective Language
- Synonyms and Antonyms

### Literary Devices

- Alliteration
- Repetition
- Rhyme
- Onomatopoeia
- Imagery
- Neologisms
- Puns
- Poetic Language
- Simile and Metaphor
- Personification
- Idioms

### Spelling

- Consonant Blends
- Consonant Digraphs
- CVC Words
- Diphthongs
- Homophones
- High Frequency Words
- Morphemes / Word Families
- Multisyllabic words
- Negative Prefixes
- Prefixes
- Silent letters
- Spelling Generalisations
- Split Digraphs
- Suffixes
- Tetragraphs
- Trigraphs
- Two Syllable Words
- Unstressed Vowels
- Vowel Digraphs
- Vowel Sounds
- Word Origins

### Grammar – Parts of Speech

- Abstract Nouns
- Adjectives
- Adjectives – Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adjectives – Forming Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adverbs
- Collective Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Doing, Saying, Relating and Sensing Verbs
- Modal Verbs
- Participles
- Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- Plural and Singular Verbs
- Plural Rules
- Prepositions
- Pronouns
- Pronouns – Possessive and Determiners
- Proper Nouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Thinking and Summary Verbs
- Verbs (Doing and Being)
- Verbs (Feeling, Saying and Thinking)
- Verbs and Tenses

**Grammar – Sentence Structure**

- Adjectival Clauses
- Adjectival Groups / Phrases
- Adverbial Clauses
- Adverbial Groups / Phrases
- Articles
- Complex Sentences
- Compound Sentences
- Coordinating Conjunctions
- Correlative Conjunctions
- Noun Clauses
- Noun Groups / Phrases
- Preposition Groups / Phrases
- Simple Sentences
- Subject and Object
- Subject/ Verb Agreement
- Subordinating Conjunctions
- Verb Clauses
- Verb Groups / Phrases

**Punctuation**

- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Capital Letters
- Commas
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Direct Speech
- Exclamation Marks
- Full Stops
- Hyphens
- Indirect Speech
- Paragraphs
- Question Marks
- Semicolons

**Reading**

- Audience Positioning
- Author’s Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Basic Character Inference
- Basic Inferential Meaning
- Cause and Effect
- Characters and Setting
- Comparing and Contrasting
- Digital Texts
- First, Second and Third Person Narratives
- Identifying the Audience of a Text
- Inference from Illustrations
- Inference from Text Covers
- Making Predictions
- Plot
- Reliability
- Summarising
- Text Layout
- Theme
- Tone
- Vocabulary

**Language**

- Active Listening
- Bias
- Colloquialisms and Slang
- Emotions and Feelings
- Exclamations
- First Nation Vocabulary
- Gestures and Body Language
- Interaction Skills
- Modality
- Open and Closed Questions
- Opinions
- Questions
- Reasons
- Requests and Commands
- Statements
- Subjective and Objective Language
- Synonyms and Antonyms

### Literary Devices

- Alliteration
- Repetition
- Rhyme
- Assonance
- Onomatopoeia
- Imagery
- Neologisms
- Puns
- Poetic Language
- Simile and Metaphor
- Personification
- Hyperbole
- Idioms

### Spelling

- Consonant Blends
- Consonant Digraphs
- CVC Words
- Diphthongs
- High Frequency Words
- Homophones
- Morphemes / Word Families
- Multisyllabic words
- Negative Prefixes
- Prefixes
- Silent letters
- Spelling Generalisations
- Split Digraphs
- Suffixes
- Tetragraphs
- Trigraphs
- Two Syllable Words
- Unstressed Vowels
- Vowel Digraphs
- Vowel Sounds
- Word Origins

### Grammar – Parts of Speech

- Abstract Nouns
- Adjectives
- Adjectives – Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adjectives – Forming Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adverbs
- Collective Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Comparative Adjectives
- Doing, Saying, Relating and Sensing Verbs
- Figurative Devices
- Modal Verbs
- Participles
- Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- Plural and Singular Verbs
- Plural Rules
- Prepositions
- Pronouns
- Pronouns – Possessive and Determiners
- Proper Nouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Thinking and Summary Verbs
- Verbs
- Verbs (Doing and Being)
- Verbs (Feeling, Saying and Thinking)
- Verbs and Tenses

**Grammar – Sentence Structure**

- Apostrophes
- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Brackets
- Capital Letters
- Colons
- Commas
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Dashes
- Direct Speech
- Ellipsis
- Exclamation Marks
- Full Stops
- Hyphens
- Indirect Speech
- Paragraphs
- Question Marks
- Semicolons

**Punctuation**

- Capital Letters
- Full Stops
- Question Marks
- Exclamation Marks
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Direct Speech
- Indirect Speech
- Hyphens
- Semicolons
- Colons
- Brackets
- Paragraphs

**Reading**

- Articles
- Audience Positioning
- Author’s Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Basic Character Inference
- Basic Inferential Meaning
- Cause and Effect
- Characters and Setting
- Comparing and Contrasting
- Complex Inferential Meaning
- Digital Texts
- First, Second and Third Person Narratives
- Identifying the Audience of a Text
- Inference from Illustrations
- Inference from Signs and Symbols
- Inference from Text Covers
- Information Reports
- Making Predictions
- Narratives
- Persuasive Texts
- Plot
- Poetry
- Reading for Inference
- Reading for Understanding
- Reliability
- Summarising
- Text Layout
- Theme
- Tone
- Values, Attitudes and Beliefs
- Vocabulary

**Language**

- Active Listening
- Bias
- Colloquialisms and Slang
- Emotions and Feelings
- Exclamations
- First Nation Vocabulary
- Formal and Informal Language
- Gestures and Body Language
- Interaction Skills
- Modality
- Open and Closed Questions
- Opinions
- Questions
- Reasons
- Requests and Commands
- Statements
- Subjective and Objective Language
- Synonyms and Antonyms

### Literary Devices

- Alliteration
- Repetition
- Rhyme
- Assonance
- Onomatopoeia
- Imagery
- Neologisms
- Puns
- Poetic Language
- Simile and Metaphor
- Personification
- Hyperbole
- Idioms

### Spelling

- Consonant Blends
- Consonant Digraphs
- CVC Words
- Diphthongs
- High Frequency Words
- Homophones
- Morphemes / Word Families
- Multisyllabic words
- Negative Prefixes
- Prefixes
- Silent letters
- Spelling Generalisations
- Split Digraphs
- Suffixes
- Tetragraphs
- Trigraphs
- Two Syllable Words
- Unstressed Vowels
- Vowel Digraphs
- Vowel Sounds
- Word Origins

### Grammar – Parts of Speech

- Abstract Nouns
- Adjectives
- Adjectives – Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adjectives – Forming Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adverbs
- Collective Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Comparative Adjectives
- Doing, Saying, Relating and Sensing Verbs
- Figurative Devices
- Gerunds
- Modal Verbs
- Participles
- Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- Plural and Singular Verbs
- Plural Rules
- Prepositions
- Pronouns
- Pronouns – Possessive and Determiners
- Proper Nouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Thinking and Summary Verbs
- Verbs
- Verbs (Doing and Being)
- Verbs (Feeling, Saying and Thinking)
- Verbs and Tenses

**Grammar – Sentence Structure**

- Adjectival Clauses
- Adjectival Groups / Phrases
- Adverbial Clauses
- Adverbial Groups / Phrases
- Articles
- Complex Sentences
- Compound Sentences
- Compound-complex Sentences
- Conjunctions
- Connectives
- Coordinating Conjunctions
- Correlative Conjunctions
- Noun Clauses
- Noun Groups / Phrases
- Phrases
- Preposition Groups / Phrases
- Simple Sentences
- Subject and Object
- Subject/ Verb Agreement
- Subordinate Clauses
- Subordinating Conjunctions
- Verb Clauses
- Verb Groups / Phrases

**Punctuation**

- Apostrophes
- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Brackets
- Capital Letters
- Colons
- Commas
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Dashes
- Direct Speech
- Ellipsis
- Exclamation Marks
- Full Stops
- Hyphens
- Indirect Speech
- Paragraphs
- Question Marks
- Semicolons

**Reading**

- Articles
- Audience Positioning
- Author’s Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Basic Character Inference
- Basic Inferential Meaning
- Cause and Effect
- Characters and Setting
- Comparing and Contrasting
- Complex Inferential Meaning
- Digital Texts
- First, Second and Third Person Narratives
- Identifying the Audience of a Text
- Inference from Illustrations
- Inference from Signs and Symbols
- Inference from Text Covers
- Information Reports
- Making Predictions
- Narratives
- Persuasive Texts
- Plot
- Poetry
- Reading for Inference
- Reading for Understanding
- Reliability
- Summarising
- Text Layout
- Theme
- Tone
- Values, Attitudes and Beliefs
- Vocabulary

**Language**

- Active Listening
- Bias
- Colloquialisms and Slang
- Emotions and Feelings
- Exclamations
- First Nation Vocabulary
- Formal and Informal Language
- Gestures and Body Language
- Interaction Skills
- Modality
- Open and Closed Questions
- Opinions
- Questions
- Reasons
- Requests and Commands
- Statements
- Subjective and Objective Language
- Synonyms and Antonyms

### Literary Devices

- Alliteration
- Repetition
- Rhyme
- Assonance
- Onomatopoeia
- Imagery
- Neologisms
- Puns
- Poetic Language
- Simile and Metaphor
- Personification
- Hyperbole
- Idioms
- Irony
- Parody
- Understatement
- Allusion

### Spelling

- Consonant Blends
- Consonant Digraphs
- CVC Words
- Diphthongs
- High Frequency Words
- Homophones
- Morphemes / Word Families
- Multisyllabic words
- Negative Prefixes
- Prefixes
- Silent letters
- Spelling Generalisations
- Split Digraphs
- Suffixes
- Tetragraphs
- Trigraphs
- Two Syllable Words
- Unstressed Vowels
- Vowel Digraphs
- Vowel Sounds
- Word Origins

### Grammar – Parts of Speech

- Abstract Nouns
- Adjectives
- Adjectives – Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adjectives – Forming Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adverbs
- Collective Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Comparative Adjectives
- Doing, Saying, Relating and Sensing Verbs
- Figurative Devices
- Gerunds
- Modal Verbs
- Participles
- Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- Plural and Singular Verbs
- Plural Rules
- Prepositions
- Pronouns
- Pronouns – Possessive and Determiners
- Proper Nouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Thinking and Summary Verbs
- Verbs
- Verbs (Doing and Being)
- Verbs (Feeling, Saying and Thinking)
- Verbs and Tenses

**Grammar – Sentence Structure**

- Adjectival Clauses
- Adjectival Groups / Phrases
- Adverbial Clauses
- Adverbial Groups / Phrases
- Articles
- Complex Sentences
- Compound Sentences
- Compound-complex Sentences
- Conjunctions
- Connectives
- Coordinating Conjunctions
- Correlative Conjunctions
- Noun Clauses
- Noun Groups / Phrases
- Phrases
- Preposition Groups / Phrases
- Simple Sentences
- Subject and Object
- Subject/ Verb Agreement
- Subordinate Clauses
- Subordinating Conjunctions
- Verb Clauses
- Verb Groups / Phrases

**Punctuation**

- Apostrophes
- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Brackets
- Capital Letters
- Colons
- Commas
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Dashes
- Direct Speech
- Ellipsis
- Exclamation Marks
- Full Stops
- Hyphens
- Indirect Speech
- Paragraphs
- Question Marks
- Semicolons

**Reading**

- Articles
- Audience Positioning
- Author’s Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Basic Character Inference
- Basic Inferential Meaning
- Cause and Effect
- Characters and Setting
- Comparing and Contrasting
- Complex Inferential Meaning
- Digital Texts
- First, Second and Third Person Narratives
- Identifying the Audience of a Text
- Inference from Illustrations
- Inference from Signs and Symbols
- Inference from Text Covers
- Information Reports
- Making Predictions
- Narratives
- Persuasive Texts
- Plot
- Poetry
- Reading for Inference
- Reading for Understanding
- Reliability
- Summarising
- Text Layout
- Theme
- Tone
- Values, Attitudes and Beliefs
- Vocabulary

**Language**

- Active Listening
- Bias
- Colloquialisms and Slang
- Emotions and Feelings
- Evaluative Language
- Exclamations
- First Nation Vocabulary
- Formal and Informal Language
- Gestures and Body Language
- Interaction Skills
- Modality
- Nominalisation
- Open and Closed Questions
- Opinions
- Questions
- Reasons
- Requests and Commands
- Statements
- Subjective and Objective Language
- Synonyms and Antonyms

### Literary Devices

- Alliteration
- Repetition
- Rhyme
- Assonance
- Onomatopoeia
- Imagery
- Neologisms
- Puns
- Metonymy
- Poetic Language
- Evocative Vocabulary
- Simile and Metaphor
- Personification
- Hyperbole
- Idioms
- Irony
- Parody
- Understatement
- Allusion
- Symbolism
- Juxtaposition

### Spelling

- Consonant Blends
- Consonant Digraphs
- CVC Words
- Diphthongs
- High Frequency Words
- Homophones
- Morphemes / Word Families
- Multisyllabic words
- Negative Prefixes
- Prefixes
- Silent letters
- Spelling Generalisations
- Split Digraphs
- Suffixes
- Tetragraphs
- Trigraphs
- Two Syllable Words
- Unstressed Vowels
- Vowel Digraphs
- Vowel Sounds
- Word Origins

### Grammar – Parts of Speech

- Abstract Nouns
- Adjectives
- Adjectives – Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adjectives – Forming Comparatives and Superlatives
- Adverbs
- Collective Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Comparative Adjectives
- Doing, Saying, Relating and Sensing Verbs
- Figurative Devices
- Gerunds
- Modal Verbs
- Participles
- Personal and Possessive Pronouns
- Plural and Singular Verbs
- Plural Rules
- Prepositions
- Pronouns
- Pronouns – Possessive and Determiners
- Proper Nouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Thinking and Summary Verbs
- Verbs
- Verbs (Doing and Being)
- Verbs (Feeling, Saying and Thinking)
- Verbs and Tenses

**Grammar – Sentence Structure**

- Adjectival Clauses
- Adjectival Groups / Phrases
- Adverbial Clauses
- Adverbial Groups / Phrases
- Articles
- Complex Sentences
- Compound Sentences
- Compound-complex Sentences
- Conjunctions
- Connectives
- Coordinating Conjunctions
- Correlative Conjunctions
- Noun Clauses
- Noun Groups / Phrases
- Phrases
- Preposition Groups / Phrases
- Simple Sentences
- Subject and Object
- Subject/ Verb Agreement
- Subordinate Clauses
- Subordinating Conjunctions
- Verb Clauses
- Verb Groups / Phrases

**Punctuation**

- Apostrophes
- Apostrophes of Contraction
- Apostrophes of Possession
- Brackets
- Capital Letters
- Colons
- Commas
- Commas and Lists
- Commas and Phrases
- Dashes
- Direct Speech
- Ellipsis
- Exclamation Marks
- Full Stops
- Hyphens
- Indirect Speech
- Paragraphs
- Question Marks
- Semicolons

**Reading**

- Articles
- Audience Positioning
- Author’s Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Basic Character Inference
- Basic Inferential Meaning
- Cause and Effect
- Characters and Setting
- Comparing and Contrasting
- Complex Inferential Meaning
- Digital Texts
- First, Second and Third Person Narratives
- Identifying the Audience of a Text
- Inference from Illustrations
- Inference from Signs and Symbols
- Inference from Text Covers
- Information Reports
- Making Predictions
- Narratives
- Persuasive Texts
- Plot
- Poetry
- Reading for Inference
- Reading for Understanding
- Reliability
- Summarising
- Text Layout
- Theme
- Tone
- Values, Attitudes and Beliefs
- Vocabulary

**Language**

- Active Listening
- Bias
- Colloquialisms and Slang
- Emotions and Feelings
- Evaluative Language
- Exclamations
- First Nation Vocabulary
- Formal and Informal Language
- Gestures and Body Language
- Interaction Skills
- Modality
- Nominalisation
- Open and Closed Questions
- Opinions
- Questions
- Reasons
- Requests and Commands
- Statements
- Subjective and Objective Language
- Synonyms and Antonyms

### Literary Devices

- Alliteration
- Repetition
- Rhyme
- Assonance
- Onomatopoeia
- Imagery
- Neologisms
- Puns
- Metonymy
- Poetic Language
- Evocative Vocabulary
- Simile and Metaphor
- Personification
- Hyperbole
- Idioms
- Irony
- Parody
- Understatement
- Allusion
- Symbolism
- Juxtaposition

### Spelling

- Consonant Blends
- Consonant Digraphs
- CVC Words
- Diphthongs
- High Frequency Words
- Homophones
- Morphemes / Word Families
- Multisyllabic words
- Negative Prefixes
- Prefixes
- Silent letters
- Spelling Generalisations
- Split Digraphs
- Suffixes
- Tetragraphs
- Trigraphs
- Two Syllable Words
- Unstressed Vowels
- Vowel Digraphs
- Vowel Sounds
- Word Origins

**Algebra**

- Fill in the Blank of a Subtraction
- Fill in the Blank of an Addition
- Number Patterns using Multiplication

### Basic Operations

- Addition of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication of Two-Digit Numbers
- Problem Solving Using Division
- Problem Solving Using Multiplication
- Reversing Multiplications
- Subtracting Two or More Numbers
- Subtraction of Multi-Digit Numbers

**Fractions**

- Counting Fractions
- Creating Fractions
- Fractions as Division
- Unit Fractions and Their Multiples
- Writing Fractions as Words

### Geometry

- Comparing Angles to Right Angles
- Faces, Edges and Vertices
- Visualising Objects from Different Orientations

### Measurement

- Converting Units of Time
- Counting Change
- Metric Units
- Reading Scales – Capacity
- Reading Scales – Length
- Reading Scales – Mass
- Reading Scales – Temperature

### Number Theory

- Algorithms and Numbers
- Estimating the Size of Sets
- Partitioning and Rearranging Addition
- Place Value – Thousands and Beyond

### Probability and Statistics

- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical and Discrete Data
- Column Graphs
- Dot Plots
- Events
- Outcomes of Experiments

**Algebra**

- Fill in the Blank of a Subtraction
- Fill in the Blank of an Addition
- Number Patterns using Multiplication
- Distributive Law – Splitting Multiplications

### Basic Operations

- Addition of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication of Two-Digit Numbers
- Problem Solving Using Division
- Problem Solving Using Multiplication
- Reversing Multiplications
- Subtracting Two or More Numbers
- Subtraction of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction
- Division Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Division of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplication Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Multiplication of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10
- Problem Solving using Multiplication and Division

### Coordinate Geometry

- Coordinates

**Decimals**

- Application of Money – Buying Items
- Comparing Decimals on a Number Line
- Converting Decimals to Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals using Number Lines
- Decimal Place Value – Tenths and Hundredths

**Fractions**

- Counting Fractions
- Creating Fractions
- Fractions as Division
- Unit Fractions and Their Multiples
- Writing Fractions as Words
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line
- Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Finding Fractions on a Number Line

### Geometry

- Comparing Angles to Right Angles
- Faces, Edges and Vertices
- Visualising Objects from Different Orientations
- Composite Shapes
- Reading Compass Points
- Types of Angles
- Visualising Shapes

### Measurement

- Converting Units of Time
- Counting Change
- Metric Units
- Reading Scales – Capacity
- Reading Scales – Length
- Reading Scales – Mass
- Reading Scales – Temperature
- Analogue and Digital Clocks
- Calculating Areas using Grids
- Calculating Volumes using Cubes
- Calendars
- Directions using Maps
- Map References
- Map Scales
- Units of Length

### Number Theory

- Algorithms and Numbers
- Estimating the Size of Sets
- Partitioning and Rearranging Addition
- Place Value – Thousands and Beyond
- Arithmetic using Odd and Even Numbers
- Estimating Addition and Subtraction
- Estimating Multiplication
- Problem Solving using Number Theory
- Rounding Numbers

### Probability and Statistics

- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical and Discrete Data
- Column Graphs
- Dot Plots
- Events
- Outcomes of Experiments
- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical Data
- Events
- Independent Events
- Mutually Exclusive Events

**Algebra**

- Fill in the Blank of a Subtraction
- Fill in the Blank of an Addition
- Number Patterns using Multiplication
- Distributive Law – Splitting Multiplications
- Solving Algebraic Expressions – Fill in the Blank of a Multiplication

### Basic Operations

- Addition of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication of Two-Digit Numbers
- Problem Solving Using Division
- Problem Solving Using Multiplication
- Reversing Multiplications
- Subtracting Two or More Numbers
- Subtraction of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction
- Division Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Division of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplication Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Multiplication of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10
- Problem Solving using Multiplication and Division

### Coordinate Geometry

- Coordinates
- Coordinates on a Plane

**Decimals**

- Application of Money – Buying Items
- Comparing Decimals on a Number Line
- Converting Decimals to Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals using Number Lines
- Decimal Place Value – Tenths and Hundredths
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Addition of Decimals
- Decimal Place Value – Thousandths and Beyond
- Identifying GST
- Problem Solving Using Decimals
- Subtraction of Decimals

**Fractions**

- Counting Fractions
- Creating Fractions
- Fractions as Division
- Unit Fractions and Their Multiples
- Writing Fractions as Words
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line
- Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Finding Fractions on a Number Line
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominators
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Related Denominators
- Finding a Fraction of a Quantity
- Ordering Unit Fractions
- Problem Solving Using Fractions

### Geometry

- Comparing Angles to Right Angles
- Faces, Edges and Vertices
- Visualising Objects from Different Orientations
- Composite Shapes
- Reading Compass Points
- Types of Angles
- Visualising Shapes
- Enlarging Shapes
- Measuring Angles
- Nets of 3D Objects
- Reflecting Shapes
- Rotating Shapes
- Translating Shapes

### Measurement

- Converting Units of Time
- Counting Change
- Metric Units
- Reading Scales – Capacity
- Reading Scales – Length
- Reading Scales – Mass
- Reading Scales – Temperature
- Analogue and Digital Clocks
- Calculating Areas using Grids
- Calculating Volumes using Cubes
- Calendars
- Directions using Maps
- Map References
- Map Scales
- Units of Length
- 24-Hour Time
- Area Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Area Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Australian Time Zones
- Capacity
- Mass
- Perimeter Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Perimeter Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Timetables

### Number Theory

- Algorithms and Numbers
- Estimating the Size of Sets
- Partitioning and Rearranging Addition
- Place Value – Thousands and Beyond
- Arithmetic using Odd and Even Numbers
- Estimating Addition and Subtraction
- Estimating Multiplication
- Problem Solving using Number Theory
- Rounding Numbers
- Estimating Division
- Factor Trees
- Factors of a Number
- Multiplication using the Distributive Law

### Percentages

- Application of Money – Budgets
- Converting Decimals to Percentages
- Converting Fractions to Percentages
- Converting Percentages to Decimals
- Converting Percentages to Fractions

### Probability and Statistics

- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical and Discrete Data
- Column Graphs
- Dot Plots
- Events
- Outcomes of Experiments
- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical Data
- Events
- Independent Events
- Mutually Exclusive Events
- Line Graphs
- Predictions from Multiple Trials
- Probability of Events with Equally Likely Outcomes

**Algebra**

- Fill in the Blank of a Subtraction
- Fill in the Blank of an Addition
- Number Patterns using Multiplication
- Distributive Law – Splitting Multiplications
- Solving Algebraic Expressions – Fill in the Blank of a Multiplication
- Finding the Rule of a Number Pattern
- Number Patterns using Decimals
- Number Patterns using Fractions
- Spreadsheets and Algebra

### Basic Operations

- Addition of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication of Two-Digit Numbers
- Problem Solving Using Division
- Problem Solving Using Multiplication
- Reversing Multiplications
- Subtracting Two or More Numbers
- Subtraction of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction
- Division Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Division of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplication Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Multiplication of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10
- Problem Solving using Multiplication and Division
- Multiplication and Division
- Order Convention
- Square Numbers

### Coordinate Geometry

- Coordinates
- Coordinates on a Plane

**Decimals**

- Application of Money – Buying Items
- Comparing Decimals on a Number Line
- Converting Decimals to Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals using Number Lines
- Decimal Place Value – Tenths and Hundredths
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Addition of Decimals
- Decimal Place Value – Thousandths and Beyond
- Identifying GST
- Problem Solving Using Decimals
- Subtraction of Decimals
- Division of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Estimating Decimals with Addition and Subtraction
- Multiplication of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing Decimals by Powers of 10
- Rounding Decimals

**Fractions**

- Counting Fractions
- Creating Fractions
- Fractions as Division
- Unit Fractions and Their Multiples
- Writing Fractions as Words
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line
- Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Finding Fractions on a Number Line
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominators
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Related Denominators
- Finding a Fraction of a Quantity
- Ordering Unit Fractions
- Problem Solving Using Fractions
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Different Denominators
- Comparing Fractions on a Number Line
- Ordering Fractions with Related Denominators

### Geometry

- Comparing Angles to Right Angles
- Faces, Edges and Vertices
- Visualising Objects from Different Orientations
- Composite Shapes
- Reading Compass Points
- Types of Angles
- Visualising Shapes
- Enlarging Shapes
- Measuring Angles
- Nets of 3D Objects
- Reflecting Shapes
- Rotating Shapes
- Translating Shapes
- Algorithms in Geometry
- Angles at a Point
- Angles from a Straight Line
- The Cartesian Plane

### Measurement

- Converting Units of Time
- Counting Change
- Metric Units
- Reading Scales – Capacity
- Reading Scales – Length
- Reading Scales – Mass
- Reading Scales – Temperature
- Analogue and Digital Clocks
- Calculating Areas using Grids
- Calculating Volumes using Cubes
- Calendars
- Directions using Maps
- Map References
- Map Scales
- Units of Length
- 24-Hour Time
- Area Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Area Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Australian Time Zones
- Capacity
- Mass
- Perimeter Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Perimeter Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Timetables
- Area Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Perimeter Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Units of Area

### Number Theory

- Algorithms and Numbers
- Estimating the Size of Sets
- Partitioning and Rearranging Addition
- Place Value – Thousands and Beyond
- Arithmetic using Odd and Even Numbers
- Estimating Addition and Subtraction
- Estimating Multiplication
- Problem Solving using Number Theory
- Rounding Numbers
- Estimating Division
- Factor Trees
- Factors of a Number
- Multiplication using the Distributive Law
- Directed Numbers on Number Lines
- Division with Remainder
- Primes and Composites

**Percentages**

- Application of Money – Budgets
- Converting Decimals to Percentages
- Converting Fractions to Percentages
- Converting Percentages to Decimals
- Converting Percentages to Fractions
- Applications of Percentages to Money – Discounts
- Finding the Percentages of Quantities
- Problem Solving using Percentages

### Probability and Statistics

- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical and Discrete Data
- Column Graphs
- Dot Plots
- Events
- Outcomes of Experiments
- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical Data
- Events
- Independent Events
- Mutually Exclusive Events
- Line Graphs
- Predictions from Multiple Trials
- Probability of Events with Equally Likely Outcomes
- Choosing the Right Graph – Continuous Data
- Misleading Data
- Pie Charts
- Side-by-side Column Graphs

**Algebra**

- Fill in the Blank of a Subtraction
- Fill in the Blank of an Addition
- Number Patterns using Multiplication
- Distributive Law – Splitting Multiplications
- Solving Algebraic Expressions – Fill in the Blank of a Multiplication
- Finding the Rule of a Number Pattern
- Number Patterns using Decimals
- Number Patterns using Fractions
- Spreadsheets and Algebra
- Distributive Law for Algebraic Expressions
- Drawing a Dot Graph to Show Relationships
- Functions and Variables
- Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
- Solving Algebraic Equations
- Solving Problems Using Algebra

### Basic Operations

- Addition of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication of Two-Digit Numbers
- Problem Solving Using Division
- Problem Solving Using Multiplication
- Reversing Multiplications
- Subtracting Two or More Numbers
- Subtraction of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction
- Division Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Division of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplication Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Multiplication of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10
- Problem Solving using Multiplication and Division
- Multiplication and Division
- Order Convention
- Square Numbers
- Powers

### Coordinate Geometry

- Coordinates
- Coordinates on a Plane

**Decimals**

- Application of Money – Buying Items
- Comparing Decimals on a Number Line
- Converting Decimals to Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals using Number Lines
- Decimal Place Value – Tenths and Hundredths
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Addition of Decimals
- Decimal Place Value – Thousandths and Beyond
- Identifying GST
- Problem Solving Using Decimals
- Subtraction of Decimals
- Division of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Estimating Decimals with Addition and Subtraction
- Multiplication of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing Decimals by Powers of 10
- Rounding Decimals
- Converting Fractions to Decimals
- Division of Decimals
- Estimating Decimals using the Four Operations
- Multiplying Decimals

**Fractions**

- Counting Fractions
- Creating Fractions
- Fractions as Division
- Unit Fractions and Their Multiples
- Writing Fractions as Words
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line
- Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Finding Fractions on a Number Line
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominators
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Related Denominators
- Finding a Fraction of a Quantity
- Ordering Unit Fractions
- Problem Solving Using Fractions
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Different Denominators
- Comparing Fractions on a Number Line
- Ordering Fractions with Related Denominators
- Division of Fractions
- Expressing One Quantity as a Fraction of Another
- Multiplication of Fractions
- Powers and Square Roots of Fractions

### Geometry

- Comparing Angles to Right Angles
- Faces, Edges and Vertices
- Visualising Objects from Different Orientations
- Composite Shapes
- Reading Compass Points
- Types of Angles
- Visualising Shapes
- Enlarging Shapes
- Measuring Angles
- Nets of 3D Objects
- Reflecting Shapes
- Rotating Shapes
- Translating Shapes
- Algorithms in Geometry
- Angles at a Point
- Angles from a Straight Line
- The Cartesian Plane
- Angles from Parallel Lines
- Polygons
- Quadrilaterals
- Reflections and Rotations on a Cartesian Plane
- Symmetry
- Translations on a Cartesian Plane
- Triangles
- Vertically Opposite Angles

### Measurement

- Converting Units of Time
- Counting Change
- Metric Units
- Reading Scales – Capacity
- Reading Scales – Length
- Reading Scales – Mass
- Reading Scales – Temperature
- Analogue and Digital Clocks
- Calculating Areas using Grids
- Calculating Volumes using Cubes
- Calendars
- Directions using Maps
- Map References
- Map Scales
- Units of Length
- 24-Hour Time
- Area Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Area Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Australian Time Zones
- Capacity
- Mass
- Perimeter Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Perimeter Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Timetables
- Area Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Perimeter Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Units of Area
- Area Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Area Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums
- Perimeter Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Perimeter Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Properties of a Circle
- Units of Volume
- Volume Problems – Cubes and Prisms
- Volume Rules – Cubes and Prisms

### Number Theory

- Algorithms and Numbers
- Estimating the Size of Sets
- Partitioning and Rearranging Addition
- Place Value – Thousands and Beyond
- Arithmetic using Odd and Even Numbers
- Estimating Addition and Subtraction
- Estimating Multiplication
- Problem Solving using Number Theory
- Rounding Numbers
- Estimating Division
- Factor Trees
- Factors of a Number
- Multiplication using the Distributive Law
- Directed Numbers on Number Lines
- Division with Remainder
- Primes and Composites
- Directed Numbers – Addition and Subtraction
- Expanded Notation using Powers of 10
- Highest Common Factors
- Lowest Common Multiples
- Number Theory Problems
- Prime Factor Decomposition

**Percentages**

- Application of Money – Budgets
- Converting Decimals to Percentages
- Converting Fractions to Percentages
- Converting Percentages to Decimals
- Converting Percentages to Fractions
- Applications of Percentages to Money – Discounts
- Finding the Percentages of Quantities
- Problem Solving using Percentages
- Finding the Percentage that One Quantity is of Another

### Probability and Statistics

- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical and Discrete Data
- Column Graphs
- Dot Plots
- Events
- Outcomes of Experiments
- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical Data
- Events
- Independent Events
- Mutually Exclusive Events
- Line Graphs
- Predictions from Multiple Trials
- Probability of Events with Equally Likely Outcomes
- Choosing the Right Graph – Continuous Data
- Misleading Data
- Pie Charts
- Side-by-side Column Graphs
- Events and Sample Space
- Mean
- Median
- Mode
- Range
- Shapes of Distributions
- Stem-and-Leaf Graphs
- The Probability Continuum

### Rates and Ratios

- Application of Ratios
- Calculating a Quantity from a Ratio
- Direct Proportion
- Dividing a Quantity into a Ratio of Multiple Parts
- Dividing a Quantity into a Ratio of Two Parts
- Equivalent Ratios
- Expressing Ratios as Integers
- Finding the Missing Value of a Ratio
- Rate Problems
- Ratios Involving Decimals
- Ratios Involving Fractions
- Ratios Involving Percentages
- Ratio Problems
- Simplifying Ratios

**Algebra**

- Fill in the Blank of a Subtraction
- Fill in the Blank of an Addition
- Number Patterns using Multiplication
- Distributive Law – Splitting Multiplications
- Solving Algebraic Expressions – Fill in the Blank of a Multiplication
- Finding the Rule of a Number Pattern
- Number Patterns using Decimals
- Number Patterns using Fractions
- Spreadsheets and Algebra
- Distributive Law for Algebraic Expressions
- Drawing a Dot Graph to Show Relationships
- Functions and Variables
- Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
- Solving Algebraic Equations
- Solving Problems Using Algebra
- Equations Where the Unknown Appears More Than Once
- Factorising Expressions with Numerical Factors

### Basic Operations

- Addition of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication of Two-Digit Numbers
- Problem Solving Using Division
- Problem Solving Using Multiplication
- Reversing Multiplications
- Subtracting Two or More Numbers
- Subtraction of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction
- Division Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Division of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplication Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Multiplication of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10
- Problem Solving using Multiplication and Division
- Multiplication and Division
- Order Convention
- Square Numbers
- Powers

### Coordinate Geometry

- Coordinates
- Coordinates on a Plane
- 3D Coordinate Systems
- Generating Equations from a Table of Values
- Graphing from a Set of Values

**Decimals**

- Application of Money – Buying Items
- Comparing Decimals on a Number Line
- Converting Decimals to Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals using Number Lines
- Decimal Place Value – Tenths and Hundredths
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Addition of Decimals
- Decimal Place Value – Thousandths and Beyond
- Identifying GST
- Problem Solving Using Decimals
- Subtraction of Decimals
- Division of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Estimating Decimals with Addition and Subtraction
- Multiplication of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing Decimals by Powers of 10
- Rounding Decimals
- Converting Fractions to Decimals
- Division of Decimals
- Estimating Decimals using the Four Operations
- Multiplying Decimals
- Types of Decimals

**Fractions**

- Counting Fractions
- Creating Fractions
- Fractions as Division
- Unit Fractions and Their Multiples
- Writing Fractions as Words
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line
- Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Finding Fractions on a Number Line
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominators
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Related Denominators
- Finding a Fraction of a Quantity
- Ordering Unit Fractions
- Problem Solving Using Fractions
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Different Denominators
- Comparing Fractions on a Number Line
- Ordering Fractions with Related Denominators
- Division of Fractions
- Expressing One Quantity as a Fraction of Another
- Multiplication of Fractions
- Powers and Square Roots of Fractions

### Geometry

- Comparing Angles to Right Angles
- Faces, Edges and Vertices
- Visualising Objects from Different Orientations
- Composite Shapes
- Reading Compass Points
- Types of Angles
- Visualising Shapes
- Enlarging Shapes
- Measuring Angles
- Nets of 3D Objects
- Reflecting Shapes
- Rotating Shapes
- Translating Shapes
- Algorithms in Geometry
- Angles at a Point
- Angles from a Straight Line
- The Cartesian Plane
- Angles from Parallel Lines
- Polygons
- Quadrilaterals
- Reflections and Rotations on a Cartesian Plane
- Symmetry
- Translations on a Cartesian Plane
- Triangles
- Vertically Opposite Angles
- Congruent Shapes
- Pythagoras’ Theorem
- Similar Shapes

### Measurement

- Converting Units of Time
- Counting Change
- Metric Units
- Reading Scales – Capacity
- Reading Scales – Length
- Reading Scales – Mass
- Reading Scales – Temperature
- Analogue and Digital Clocks
- Calculating Areas using Grids
- Calculating Volumes using Cubes
- Calendars
- Directions using Maps
- Map References
- Map Scales
- Units of Length
- 24-Hour Time
- Area Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Area Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Australian Time Zones
- Capacity
- Mass
- Perimeter Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Perimeter Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Timetables
- Area Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Perimeter Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Units of Area
- Area Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Area Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums
- Perimeter Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Perimeter Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Properties of a Circle
- Units of Volume
- Volume Problems – Cubes and Prisms
- Volume Rules – Cubes and Prisms
- Area Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums, Circles, Kites and Rhombus
- Area Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums, Circles, Kites and Rhombus
- Time Zones

### Number Theory

- Algorithms and Numbers
- Estimating the Size of Sets
- Partitioning and Rearranging Addition
- Place Value – Thousands and Beyond
- Arithmetic using Odd and Even Numbers
- Estimating Addition and Subtraction
- Estimating Multiplication
- Problem Solving using Number Theory
- Rounding Numbers
- Estimating Division
- Factor Trees
- Factors of a Number
- Multiplication using the Distributive Law
- Directed Numbers on Number Lines
- Division with Remainder
- Primes and Composites
- Directed Numbers – Addition and Subtraction
- Expanded Notation using Powers of 10
- Highest Common Factors
- Lowest Common Multiples
- Number Theory Problems
- Prime Factor Decomposition
- Index Laws

**Percentages**

- Application of Money – Budgets
- Converting Decimals to Percentages
- Converting Fractions to Percentages
- Converting Percentages to Decimals
- Converting Percentages to Fractions
- Applications of Percentages to Money – Discounts
- Finding the Percentages of Quantities
- Problem Solving using Percentages
- Finding the Percentage that One Quantity is of Another
- Personal Income Tax

### Probability and Statistics

- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical and Discrete Data
- Column Graphs
- Dot Plots
- Events
- Outcomes of Experiments
- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical Data
- Events
- Independent Events
- Mutually Exclusive Events
- Line Graphs
- Predictions from Multiple Trials
- Probability of Events with Equally Likely Outcomes
- Choosing the Right Graph – Continuous Data
- Misleading Data
- Pie Charts
- Side-by-side Column Graphs
- Events and Sample Space
- Mean
- Median
- Mode
- Range
- Shapes of Distributions
- Stem-and-Leaf Graphs
- The Probability Continuum
- Histograms
- Outliers
- Sampling Techniques
- Tree Diagrams
- Two Way Tables
- Venn Diagrams

### Rates and Ratios

- Application of Ratios
- Calculating a Quantity from a Ratio
- Direct Proportion
- Dividing a Quantity into a Ratio of Multiple Parts
- Dividing a Quantity into a Ratio of Two Parts
- Equivalent Ratios
- Expressing Ratios as Integers
- Finding the Missing Value of a Ratio
- Rate Problems
- Ratios Involving Decimals
- Ratios Involving Fractions
- Ratios Involving Percentages
- Ratio Problems
- Simplifying Ratios

### Trigonometry and Pythagoras’ Theorem

- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Applications
- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Calculating the Hypotenuse
- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Calculating the Shorter Sides

**Algebra**

- Fill in the Blank of a Subtraction
- Fill in the Blank of an Addition
- Number Patterns using Multiplication
- Distributive Law – Splitting Multiplications
- Solving Algebraic Expressions – Fill in the Blank of a Multiplication
- Finding the Rule of a Number Pattern
- Number Patterns using Decimals
- Number Patterns using Fractions
- Spreadsheets and Algebra
- Distributive Law for Algebraic Expressions
- Drawing a Dot Graph to Show Relationships
- Functions and Variables
- Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
- Solving Algebraic Equations
- Solving Problems Using Algebra
- Equations Where the Unknown Appears More Than Once
- Factorising Expressions with Numerical Factors
- Expanding Quadratic Products
- Factorising Quadratic Expressions
- Representing Inequalities
- Solving Factorised Quadratics
- Solving Linear Inequalities

### Basic Operations

- Addition of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication of Two-Digit Numbers
- Problem Solving Using Division
- Problem Solving Using Multiplication
- Reversing Multiplications
- Subtracting Two or More Numbers
- Subtraction of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction
- Division Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Division of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplication Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Multiplication of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10
- Problem Solving using Multiplication and Division
- Multiplication and Division
- Order Convention
- Square Numbers
- Powers

### Coordinate Geometry

- Coordinates
- Coordinates on a Plane
- 3D Coordinate Systems
- Generating Equations from a Table of Values
- Graphing from a Set of Values
- Collinear Points
- Distance Between Two Points
- Equation of a Line Joining Two Points
- Gradient Point Method
- Gradients
- Interpreting Graphs
- Lines Parallel to the Axes
- Lines Perpendicular to the Axes
- Midpoint
- Parabolas

**Decimals**

- Application of Money – Buying Items
- Comparing Decimals on a Number Line
- Converting Decimals to Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals using Number Lines
- Decimal Place Value – Tenths and Hundredths
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Addition of Decimals
- Decimal Place Value – Thousandths and Beyond
- Identifying GST
- Problem Solving Using Decimals
- Subtraction of Decimals
- Division of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Estimating Decimals with Addition and Subtraction
- Multiplication of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing Decimals by Powers of 10
- Rounding Decimals
- Converting Fractions to Decimals
- Division of Decimals
- Estimating Decimals using the Four Operations
- Multiplying Decimals
- Types of Decimals
- Scientific Notation

**Fractions**

- Counting Fractions
- Creating Fractions
- Fractions as Division
- Unit Fractions and Their Multiples
- Writing Fractions as Words
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line
- Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Finding Fractions on a Number Line
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominators
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Related Denominators
- Finding a Fraction of a Quantity
- Ordering Unit Fractions
- Problem Solving Using Fractions
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Different Denominators
- Comparing Fractions on a Number Line
- Ordering Fractions with Related Denominators
- Division of Fractions
- Expressing One Quantity as a Fraction of Another
- Multiplication of Fractions

### Geometry

- Comparing Angles to Right Angles
- Faces, Edges and Vertices
- Visualising Objects from Different Orientations
- Composite Shapes
- Reading Compass Points
- Types of Angles
- Visualising Shapes
- Enlarging Shapes
- Measuring Angles
- Nets of 3D Objects
- Reflecting Shapes
- Rotating Shapes
- Translating Shapes
- Algorithms in Geometry
- Angles at a Point
- Angles from a Straight Line
- The Cartesian Plane
- Angles from Parallel Lines
- Polygons
- Quadrilaterals
- Reflections and Rotations on a Cartesian Plane
- Symmetry
- Translations on a Cartesian Plane
- Triangles
- Vertically Opposite Angles
- Congruent Shapes
- Similar Shapes
- Dilation and Scaling Factor

### Measurement

- Converting Units of Time
- Counting Change
- Metric Units
- Reading Scales – Capacity
- Reading Scales – Length
- Reading Scales – Mass
- Reading Scales – Temperature
- Analogue and Digital Clocks
- Calculating Areas using Grids
- Calculating Volumes using Cubes
- Calendars
- Directions using Maps
- Map References
- Map Scales
- Units of Length
- 24-Hour Time
- Area Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Area Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Australian Time Zones
- Capacity
- Mass
- Perimeter Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Perimeter Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Timetables
- Area Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Perimeter Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Units of Area
- Area Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Area Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums
- Perimeter Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Perimeter Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Properties of a Circle
- Units of Volume
- Volume Problems – Cubes and Prisms
- Volume Rules – Cubes and Prisms
- Area Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums, Circles, Kites and Rhombus
- Area Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums, Circles, Kites and Rhombus
- Time Zones
- Absolute and Relative Errors
- Surface Area
- Volume Problems – Cubes, Prisms, Spheres, Cylinders, Pyramids and Cones
- Volume Rules – Cubes, Prisms, Spheres, Cylinders, Pyramids and Cones

### Number Theory

- Algorithms and Numbers
- Estimating the Size of Sets
- Partitioning and Rearranging Addition
- Place Value – Thousands and Beyond
- Arithmetic using Odd and Even Numbers
- Estimating Addition and Subtraction
- Estimating Multiplication
- Problem Solving using Number Theory
- Rounding Numbers
- Estimating Division
- Factor Trees
- Factors of a Number
- Multiplication using the Distributive Law
- Directed Numbers on Number Lines
- Division with Remainder
- Primes and Composites
- Directed Numbers – Addition and Subtraction
- Expanded Notation using Powers of 10
- Highest Common Factors
- Lowest Common Multiples
- Number Theory Problems
- Prime Factor Decomposition
- Index Laws
- Index Laws with Positive and Negative Powers

**Percentages**

- Application of Money – Budgets
- Converting Decimals to Percentages
- Converting Fractions to Percentages
- Converting Percentages to Decimals
- Converting Percentages to Fractions
- Applications of Percentages to Money – Discounts
- Finding the Percentages of Quantities
- Problem Solving using Percentages
- Finding the Percentage that One Quantity is of Another
- Personal Income Tax
- Applications of Percentages to Money (Simple and Compound Interest)

### Probability and Statistics

- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical and Discrete Data
- Column Graphs
- Dot Plots
- Events
- Outcomes of Experiments
- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical Data
- Events
- Independent Events
- Mutually Exclusive Events
- Line Graphs
- Predictions from Multiple Trials
- Probability of Events with Equally Likely Outcomes
- Choosing the Right Graph – Continuous Data
- Misleading Data
- Pie Charts
- Side-by-side Column Graphs
- Events and Sample Space
- Mean
- Median
- Mode
- Range
- Shapes of Distributions
- Stem-and-Leaf Graphs
- The Probability Continuum
- Histograms
- Outliers
- Sampling Techniques
- Tree Diagrams
- Two Way Tables
- Venn Diagrams
- Probability With and Without Replacement
- Statistical Reports – Bias from Graphics

### Rates and Ratios

- Application of Ratios
- Calculating a Quantity from a Ratio
- Direct Proportion
- Dividing a Quantity into a Ratio of Multiple Parts
- Dividing a Quantity into a Ratio of Two Parts
- Equivalent Ratios
- Expressing Ratios as Integers
- Finding the Missing Value of a Ratio
- Rate Problems
- Ratios Involving Decimals
- Ratios Involving Fractions
- Ratios Involving Percentages
- Ratio Problems
- Simplifying Ratios

### Trigonometry and Pythagoras’ Theorem

- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Applications
- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Calculating the Hypotenuse
- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Calculating the Shorter Sides
- Pythagoras’ Theorem and Similar Triangles
- Trigonometry – Angles
- Trigonometry – Applications
- Trigonometry – Cosine
- Trigonometry – Sine
- Trigonometry – Tangent

### Algebra

- Fill in the Blank of a Subtraction
- Fill in the Blank of an Addition
- Number Patterns using Multiplication
- Distributive Law – Splitting Multiplications
- Solving Algebraic Expressions – Fill in the Blank of a Multiplication
- Finding the Rule of a Number Pattern
- Number Patterns using Decimals
- Number Patterns using Fractions
- Spreadsheets and Algebra
- Distributive Law for Algebraic Expressions
- Drawing a Dot Graph to Show Relationships
- Functions and Variables
- Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
- Solving Algebraic Equations
- Solving Problems Using Algebra
- Equations Where the Unknown Appears More Than Once
- Factorising Expressions with Numerical Factors
- Expanding Quadratic Products
- Factorising Quadratic Expressions
- Representing Inequalities
- Solving Factorised Quadratics
- Solving Linear Inequalities
- Bisection Method
- Factorising Quadratics – Completing the Square
- Inverse Functions (10A)
- Log Laws (10A)
- Quadratic Formula
- Simplifying Quotients of Quadratic Expressions
- Simultaneous Equations

### Basic Operations

- Addition of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication Facts: 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
- Multiplication of Two-Digit Numbers
- Problem Solving Using Division
- Problem Solving Using Multiplication
- Reversing Multiplications
- Subtracting Two or More Numbers
- Subtraction of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction
- Division Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Division of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplication Facts: 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9
- Multiplication of Multi-Digit Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of 10
- Problem Solving using Multiplication and Division
- Multiplication and Division
- Order Convention
- Square Numbers
- Powers

### Linear Coordinate Geometry

- Coordinates
- Coordinates on a Plane
- 3D Coordinate Systems
- Generating Equations from a Table of Values
- Graphing from a Set of Values
- Collinear Points
- Distance Between Two Points
- Equation of a Line Joining Two Points
- Gradient Point Method
- Gradients
- Interpreting Graphs
- Lines Parallel to the Axes
- Lines Perpendicular to the Axes
- Midpoint
- Parabolas
- Applications of Direct Linear Proportion
- Describing Parabolas
- Graphing Circles
- Graphing Exponentials
- Reflections of Nonlinear Curves
- Solving Linear Equations using Graphical Techniques
- Solving Problems using Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- Stretching Parabolas and Circles
- Translation of Parabolas and Circles

**Decimals**

- Application of Money – Buying Items
- Comparing Decimals on a Number Line
- Converting Decimals to Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals using Number Lines
- Decimal Place Value – Tenths and Hundredths
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Addition of Decimals
- Decimal Place Value – Thousandths and Beyond
- Identifying GST
- Problem Solving Using Decimals
- Subtraction of Decimals
- Division of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Estimating Decimals with Addition and Subtraction
- Multiplication of Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing Decimals by Powers of 10
- Rounding Decimals
- Converting Fractions to Decimals
- Division of Decimals
- Estimating Decimals using the Four Operations
- Multiplying Decimals
- Types of Decimals
- Scientific Notation

**Fractions**

- Counting Fractions
- Creating Fractions
- Fractions as Division
- Unit Fractions and Their Multiples
- Writing Fractions as Words
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line
- Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Finding Fractions on a Number Line
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominators
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Related Denominators
- Finding a Fraction of a Quantity
- Ordering Unit Fractions
- Problem Solving Using Fractions
- Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Different Denominators
- Comparing Fractions on a Number Line
- Ordering Fractions with Related Denominators
- Division of Fractions
- Expressing One Quantity as a Fraction of Another
- Multiplication of Fractions
- Powers and Square Roots of Fractions

### Geometry

- Comparing Angles to Right Angles
- Faces, Edges and Vertices
- Visualising Objects from Different Orientations
- Composite Shapes
- Reading Compass Points
- Types of Angles
- Visualising Shapes
- Enlarging Shapes
- Measuring Angles
- Nets of 3D Objects
- Reflecting Shapes
- Rotating Shapes
- Translating Shapes
- Algorithms in Geometry
- Angles at a Point
- Angles from a Straight Line
- The Cartesian Plane
- Angles from Parallel Lines
- Polygons
- Quadrilaterals
- Reflections and Rotations on a Cartesian Plane
- Symmetry
- Translations on a Cartesian Plane
- Triangles
- Vertically Opposite Angles
- Congruent Shapes
- Pythagoras’ Theorem
- Similar Shapes
- Dilation and Scaling Factor
- Trigonometry
- Geometric Proofs
- Networks

### Measurement

- Converting Units of Time
- Counting Change
- Metric Units
- Reading Scales – Capacity
- Reading Scales – Length
- Reading Scales – Mass
- Reading Scales – Temperature
- Analogue and Digital Clocks
- Calculating Areas using Grids
- Calculating Volumes using Cubes
- Calendars
- Directions using Maps
- Map References
- Map Scales
- Units of Length
- 24-Hour Time
- Area Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Area Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Australian Time Zones
- Capacity
- Mass
- Perimeter Rules – Finding the Unknown Length
- Perimeter Rules – Squares and Rectangles
- Timetables
- Area Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Perimeter Problems – Rectangles and Squares
- Units of Area
- Area Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Area Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums
- Perimeter Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Perimeter Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums and Circles
- Properties of a Circle
- Units of Volume
- Volume Problems – Cubes and Prisms
- Volume Rules – Cubes and Prisms
- Area Problems – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums, Circles, Kites and Rhombus
- Area Rules – Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapeziums, Circles, Kites and Rhombus
- Time Zones
- Absolute and Relative Errors
- Surface Area
- Volume Problems – Cubes, Prisms, Spheres, Cylinders, Pyramids and Cones
- Volume Rules – Cubes, Prisms, Spheres, Cylinders, Pyramids and Cones

### Number Theory

- Algorithms and Numbers
- Estimating the Size of Sets
- Partitioning and Rearranging Addition
- Place Value – Thousands and Beyond
- Arithmetic using Odd and Even Numbers
- Estimating Addition and Subtraction
- Estimating Multiplication
- Problem Solving using Number Theory
- Rounding Numbers
- Estimating Division
- Factor Trees
- Factors of a Number
- Multiplication using the Distributive Law
- Directed Numbers on Number Lines
- Division with Remainder
- Primes and Composites
- Directed Numbers – Addition and Subtraction
- Expanded Notation using Powers of 10
- Highest Common Factors
- Lowest Common Multiples
- Number Theory Problems
- Prime Factor Decomposition
- Index Laws
- Index Laws with Positive and Negative Powers
- Truncation and Rounding

**Percentages**

- Application of Money – Budgets
- Converting Decimals to Percentages
- Converting Fractions to Percentages
- Converting Percentages to Decimals
- Converting Percentages to Fractions
- Applications of Percentages to Money – Discounts
- Finding the Percentages of Quantities
- Problem Solving using Percentages
- Finding the Percentage that One Quantity is of Another
- Personal Income Tax
- Applications of Percentages to Money (Simple and Compound Interest)

### Probability and Statistics

- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical and Discrete Data
- Column Graphs
- Dot Plots
- Events
- Outcomes of Experiments
- Choosing the Right Graph – Categorical Data
- Events
- Independent Events
- Mutually Exclusive Events
- Line Graphs
- Predictions from Multiple Trials
- Probability of Events with Equally Likely Outcomes
- Choosing the Right Graph – Continuous Data
- Misleading Data
- Pie Charts
- Side-by-side Column Graphs
- Events and Sample Space
- Mean
- Median
- Mode
- Range
- Shapes of Distributions
- Stem-and-Leaf Graphs
- The Probability Continuum
- Histograms
- Outliers
- Sampling Techniques
- Tree Diagrams
- Two Way Tables
- Venn Diagrams
- Probability With and Without Replacement
- Statistical Reports – Bias from Graphics
- 5 Number Summaries and IQR
- Box and Whisker Plots
- Conditional Probability
- Evaluating Statistical Reports
- Probability of Independent Events
- Scatter Plots

### Rates and Ratios

- Application of Ratios
- Calculating a Quantity from a Ratio
- Direct Proportion
- Dividing a Quantity into a Ratio of Multiple Parts
- Dividing a Quantity into a Ratio of Two Parts
- Equivalent Ratios
- Expressing Ratios as Integers
- Finding the Missing Value of a Ratio
- Rate Problems
- Ratios Involving Decimals
- Ratios Involving Fractions
- Ratios Involving Percentages
- Ratio Problems
- Simplifying Ratios

### Trigonometry and Pythagoras’ Theorem

- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Applications
- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Calculating the Hypotenuse
- Pythagoras’ Theorem – Calculating the Shorter Sides
- Pythagoras’ Theorem and Similar Triangles
- Trigonometry – Angles
- Trigonometry – Applications
- Trigonometry – Cosine
- Trigonometry – Sine
- Trigonometry – Tangent

**Algebra**

- Solving Equations with Exponentials and Logs
- Solving Non-Monic Polynomials
- Simplifying Quotients of Quadratic Expressions
- Problem Solving Using Quadratics
- Factorising Polynomials
- Expanding Polynomials
- Solving Polynomials
- Functions and Inverse Functions

### Probability and Statistics

- Populations and Samples
- Mean and Standard Deviation
- Lines of Best Fit

### Measurement

- Surface Area of Pyramids and Cones
- Surface Area of Spheres
- Volumes of Pyramids and Cones
- Volumes of Spheres
- Volume Problems
- Log Scales of Large Measurements

### Geometry

- Proofs: Circles, Tangents, Chords and Secants
- Circle Geometry Involving Chords
- Circle Geometry Involving Secants and Tangents
- Problem Solving with Pythagoras’ Theorem
- Sine Rule
- Cosine Rule
- Problem Solving with Trigonometry
- Trigonometry and Unit Circles
- Sine and Cosine Graphs
- Area of a Triangle using Trigonometry

### Coordinate Geometry

- Graphing Non-Linear Equations
- Graphing Polynomials
- Reflections
- Translations

### Number Theory of Real Numbers

- Logarithms and Exponentials
- Log Laws
- Fractional Indices
- Rational and Irrational Numbers
- Simplifying Surds
- Arithmetic with Surds
- Multiplying and Dividing Surds
- Rationalising the Denominator

### Alignment to the Mathematics and Numeracy Curriculum and Capabilities

In line with Australian Mathematics Curriculum and Capabilities, SmartLab intuitively compartmentalises the curriculum into over 168 focus areas organised into 14 topics spanning Grade 7 through to 10.

Each year level builds on skills learnt from the previous year.

Filters are available for ACARA 9.0, ACARA 8.4, SCSA, NSWESA and VCAA.

### Alignment to the Literacy Curriculum and Capabilities

SmartLab intuitively compartmentalises Australia’s Literacy Curriculum and Capabilities into 5 broad topics of Grammar, Punctuation, Reading, Spelling and Language covering 156 focus areas.

Each year level builds on skills learnt from the previous year.

## Explore students’ understanding through Diagnostic Modules

SmartLab’s Curriculum and Topic Diagnostic Modules explore student, class and cohort strengths and learning needs while also directing students to targeted learning following areas for further learning.

### Year Level Diagnostic Modules

**Pre Year Level Curriculum Diagnostics** are aligned to the curriculum at the beginning of the school year and explore students’ understanding of every topic and focus area. They are a great way to immediately discover the strengths and learning needs of new classes and students.

**Post Year Level** **Curriculum Diagnostics** are aligned to the curriculum at the end of the school year and are a great way to track growth of your students at the end of the school year while also reporting against curriculum competencies.

### Topic Targeted Diagnostic Modules

SmartLab’s Topic Diagnostic Modules drill down to investigate cohort, class and student understanding of the many skills within a single Topic.

Topic Diagnostic Modules are designed to work in with current year level planning providing pre and post diagnostics around the teaching of a specific topic.

Topic Targeted Modules direct students to tutorials empowering students to develop skills needed for topic mastery.

### Modules are designed for flexibility and incorporation into current year level planning

Year Level Diagnostic Modules, Topic Targeted Diagnostic Modules and Tutorials have been crafted to flexibly work in with current year planning.

- For each year level,
**Curriculum Diagnostics**explore student understanding mapped to the curriculum at the beginning or end of the school year. **Topic Diagnostics**are designed for use as pre, post and consolidation modules in and around the topic’s teaching and learning.- SmartLab’s multi-modal
**Tutorials**are useful to support teaching.

## Diagnostic Reporting for Students

All modules provide immediate and comprehensive reports.

SmartLab’s analytics help students to identify strengths, gaps in understanding and importantly provide direction to targeted and tailored tutorials.

### Overall Results

Students can review their performance overall in a module to quickly ascertain how many questions were answered correctly.

### Results by Numeracy and Literacy Topic

SmartLab’s diagnostic reporting allow students to:

- Review their performance overall in each curriculum topic.
- Identify topics they have mastered as well as topics that require further attention.
- View more specific diagnostics of a topic.

### Results by Focus Question and Direction to Targeted Tutorials

Students can review their performance across each skill specific to that topic. Here students can:

- Review their answer and the correct answer.
- Review the focus area for that question.
- Be directed to targeted tutorials to address any gaps in knowledge and understanding.

## Diagnostic Reporting for Teachers

Teachers can easily track progress in every topic including each focus area. This

reporting provides continuous information about each student’s progress.

All modules provide teachers comprehensive reports highlighting strengths and

learning needs of entire cohorts, specific classes or individual students.

### Summary Page

Easily access immediate reports of your students’ performance in every module. Your report summary will identify:

- Your cohort’s performance in the module, including your cohort’s average result.
- Your class’s performance overall in each numeracy or literacy topic.
- Each student’s performance overall in the module.

### Results by Numeracy and Literacy Topic

Develop an understanding of your class and individual student’s performance in specific topic areas. Your topic page will assist you to target and identify:

- How your class performed overall in each focus area of a topic.
- Each student’s performance overall in a topic, highlighting which students may need further assistance with that topic.

### Results by student

Easily navigate between each student’s level of understanding by:

- Exploring the results of each student including viewing each of their diagnostic results by topic and answer.
- Quickly identifying which students have followed up their learning by completing tutorials for questions answered incorrectly.

## Learn from over 260 Multimodal Tutorials

Learn from over 260 curriculum aligned tutorials designed and developed by an expert team of Australian teachers who are leading publishers of literacy and numeracy resources.

All tutorials support students via a range of mediums including: video learning, worksheets, worked examples and interactive teacher guided practice questions.

### Video Learning

Video learning is fun, interactive and conversational. Our teaching team spends time with your students walking through how to solve each step of each question.

Videos work through teaching concepts as well as worked examples.

### Interactive Teacher Guided Practice Questions

Students tackle tutorial practice questions each step of the way with the support of our teaching team providing hints and solutions.

## SmartLab is Flexible, Easy to Navigate and Intuitive

SmartLab is flexible and very simple to use. Decide when to release modules, live track student’s completion of modules and tutorials, as well as obtain up-to-date information about individual student’s performance, all in one simple central location.

### Teacher Control Panel

Very easily control your students’ modules, tutorials and performance all in one place – your teacher control panel.

Here you can:

- View modules and tutorials
- Release modules to cohorts, classes or individual students at your discretion
- Review the percentage of students who have completed each module and identify which students have completed or are yet to complete modules and tutorials
- Navigate to students’ performance of each module
- Release answers to students at your discretion

### Flexibility

Use SmartLab to your best advantage. Be in control of when to release content to students. Students will be notified and can see what you have assigned to them with their helpful task list.