Apply concepts of shape, space and measurement to make decisions relative to the world around us

Apply concepts of shape, space and measurement to make decisions relative to the world around us

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NQF Level: 
3
Purpose and Rationale: 

People credited with this unit standard The registered statements of desired education and training outcomes and their associated assessment criteriaare able to:

  • Describe and interpret the environment geometrically
  • Solve measurement problems aimed at developing rules of calculation in the contexts of perimeter, area and volume
  • Describe routes and locations on maps with existing co-ordinate systems
  • Draw simple objects in perspective 
Exit Level Outcome: 
  • Recognise, identify, name, compare, sort and visualize angles, geometric figures and solids, including cultural forms and products. 
  • Analyse properties of geometric figures and solids.
  • Describe routes and locations in terms of existing systems of coordinates. 
  • Solve problems in a range of measurement contexts.
  • Draw simple objects in perspective.