 a copy of the Test 1
 and from that 20 copies of Part B
 and 20 copies of Part C
 then 40 copies of the Student Response Sheet,
 and 1 copy of the Marking Sheet,
 and for reference one copy of the Instructions.
Refer
to the NZC or Numeracy Project Book 1 for deeper understanding
of this table or ask me.

Test A 
Test B 
Test C 
Test D 

NZC L1 
NZC L2 
NZC L3 
NZC L4 
NZC L5 
NZC L6 
Stage 4 
Stage 5 
Stage 6 
Stage 7 
Stage 8 

Counter 
Adder 
Advanced Adder 
Multiplicative 
Proportional 

Student uses counting to solve problems 
Student uses simple adding and place value

Student uses several adding strategies and
derives multiplication facts. 
Student uses mult factors, multiples,
tables. 
Student works with fractions, decimals
easily NCEA L1 A 
Critical Thinkers! They will say "Sir i
know this!" NCEA L1 M and E 
The second table is how to make a judgement of stage.
Teachers seem to have trouble with OTJ and can dither about
the correct decision. Most of my work is about improving this
disposition and empowering teachers with the knowledge and
skills to make informed OTJ. Progressions, deep
understandings, key ideas, key skills and all that stuff.
Simply by doing this test the student probably changed. You
are assessing a very dynamic event (called learning)
and if the decision is WRONG the student will soon let you
know and you will probably notice as well.
A
student will get one of the 4 following combinations in any
test.
Strategy 
CROSS 
TICK 
CROSS 
TICK 
Knowledge 
CROSS 
CROSS 
TICK 
TICK 
Decision 
Student is 1 or more levels lower 
Student is at the correct level 
Student is at the correct level 
Student is 1 or more levels higher 