Design and present a series of lessons suitable for implementation in junior secondary school. The lessons/ unit or work should be designed in a manner that accounts for the ways of working mathematically as well as the mathematical content. The sequence should include substantial opportunities for technology use and problem solving and explicitly cater for the range of students in the class. This lesson plan must address general capabilities and cross curriculum priorities, including literacy, numeracy and ICT. Produce three detailed lesson plans that forms a logical sequence on a topic of your choice from the NSW Syllabus for the Australian curriculum years 7 – 10. The lessons must be planned according to the ACU lesson plan template. Include all instructions, resources and assessments. Credit will be given for innovation, creativity and the use of technology. Explanation of assignment; questions/answers: 1- do we focus on 1 content description or all 3 for the year? For example, is it 3 lessons covering Numbers/Algebra, then Measurements and Geometry and Statistics and Probability? Or do we just do 3 sequences in one of the subjects? (For example, 3 lessons in Numbers/Algebra). And is it for just 1 year level? Or we supposed to show progression over the years? The lessons should be aimed at a specific class where you teach them over the course of three consecutive lessons, for example, a Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. These lessons should show progression in terms of a specific content descriptor/syllabus outcome you are addressing. For example, if you focus on Areas of 2D shapes, then the three lessons should all address that topic in a progressive way. 2- Do we need to provide proper referencing (eg APA6th?); there’s no mention of it in the rubric. Yes, all references to the syllabus and possible textbooks and websites which you include as resources can be included as a List of references, or you can list them in your lesson plan by using APA6th. 3- For assessment 1 do the lesson plans require an introduction and conclusion? What I mean by this is do we have to write a blurb about the school context such as whether it’s a state or catholic school etc? I ask this because that’s what’s required in another unit for lesson plans but it doesn’t state that for this in the assessment description. No, it is not necessary for this assignment to write an introduction and a conclusion, or a blurb about the school’s context, but where relevant on the lesson planning template please use short explanatory notes to refer to the school’s context and how it affected your planning. 4- For a conclusion do we have to write why we have included certain assignments or ICT skills in the lessons? or should this all be self-evident in the lesson plans themselves? It should be self-evident, but if you want to include short explanatory notes please do. 5- Lastly how strict is the word count? My lesson plans (without an introduction or conclusion) is just over 3,000 and I don’t think I’ve been overly wordy. I will not be overly strict due to the format of this assignment, but try to remain within 10% of the 2000 word limit (excluding appendices) I just want to clarify to the writer I choose 7 pages as the word counts for this assignment is 2000, but it should be write in the template, please see attached all the require docs.