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Teaching numeracy units

Discussion in 'Primary' started by coppertop, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. Quick question about the teaching of numeracy units. I've had a final placement student for most of last term and as a result not all of the numeracy units were covered (D2 and E2 were not taught). Question is can i go straight to A3,B3 etc or will my children miss too much if I don't teach D2 and E2. I know i will not have time to do all in the summer term and want to do what's best for the class. Just wondered what others would do in my position?
    Thanks in advance.

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