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2006 Year 7 Maths SATs Administrator's Guide Paper 2 (filename "year-7-optional-2006-mathematics-paper-2-subject-specific-guidance.pdf") includes:

Ma Mathematics tests YEAR 7 Subject-specific guidance LEVELS 3–4 2006 Paper 2: Calculator 45 minutes Key points You should: ■ PAPER 2 ■ ■ ■ ■ ensure that pupils have the equipment listed on the front cover of the test paper (a calculator is required for some questions in paper 2) ensure that pupils write their name and the name of the school in the spaces provided on the front cover of their test paper draw pupils’ attention to the ‘remember’ section on the front cover of the test paper and to the instructions on page 2 inform pupils that they may ask questions during the test if they have any queries give pupils appropriate time reminders during the test. For information only: Some of the 2006 test papers have been printed with bar codes and computer recognition marks. This is for a trial in electronic marking, which will take place after the 2006 test series. You should administer the tests in the usual way. During this test you should note the following: Mathematical notation In cases where a pupil asks for clarification of the mathematical symbols or notation used in a question, you may read these to the pupil but you should not indicate the operation or process involved. For example: 0.5 % nought point five per cent (not five tenths) (not out of every hundred) Pointing out given information At a pupil’s request, you may point to information on the test paper such as charts, diagrams, statements and equations, but you should not explain the information nor help the pupil by interpreting it. Please turn over Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk YR7_KS3_Ma_P2_SSG_270066 8/12/05 2:36 pm Page 2 Unfamiliar contexts If an everyday context or words related to the context of a question are unfamiliar to a pupil, you may show them related objects or pictures, or describe the context or related objects. Other words that can be clarified Some other words and phrases may be explained to pupils because they are not part of the mathematical understanding being assessed for that question. The words and phrases for paper 2 that may be explained are set out below and some paraphrases are suggested. Paper 2 Question Word or phrase Suggested paraphrase Data 1 Height How tall a person is Which one? 3 Temperature How hot or cold something is Weighs How heavy something is Running race 12 Orders The different ways they can come 1st, 2nd and 3rd Matching probability 16 Random Taken without looking Questions that must not be enlarged If your school needs to enlarge questions or parts of questions to meet the specific requirements of individual pupils, and has not ordered the enlarged papers from the Modified Test Agency, there are sometimes questions that must not be enlarged. This is because enlargement may affect the pupils’ responses. Paper 2 There are no questions in Paper 2 that may not be enlarged © Qualifications and Curriculum Authority 2006 QCA, Years 7 and 8 Team, 83 Piccadilly, London W1J 8QA Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk