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Diagnostic Assessment – Knowledge Date Assessed: Name: Class: Forward Number Word Sequence Stage 0 – Emergent FNWS Early* Task Task 1 Stage 1 – FNWS up to 10 Early * Stage 2 – FNWS up to 10 and number words after Early*/** Action “Start counting from 1. I will tell you when to stop.” Stage 3 – FNWS up to 20 and number words after Early **/*** Materials None Stop at 32, or where child stops if before. Task 2 “We are going to say the next number after now. The next number after 2 is 3, so if I say 2 you would say 3. What is the next number after….?” 5 Task 3 13 19 12 15 “ What is the next number after….?” 29 Task 4 9 46 58 69 80 549 999 669 999 989 999 2389 None 99 What is the next number after….?” 209 None 3049 45 679 None Stage 4 – FNWS up to 100 and number words after First * Stage 5 – FNWS up to 1000 and number words after First **/*** Decision Can they count to 10? No - rate as Stage 0 Yes – take a note of where they can count to, and continue to Task 2 Can they give the next number after for numbers up to 20? No – rate as Stage 1 No, but can to 10 - rate as Stage 2 Yes – continue to Task 3 Can they give the next number for numbers up to 100? No – rate as Stage 3 Yes – continue to Task 4 Can they give the next number for numbers up to 1000? Rate as Stage 5 No – rate as Stage 4 Can they give the next number for numbers up to 1 000 000? No – rate as Stage 5 Yes - rate as Stage 6 Stage 6 – FNWS up to 1 000 000 and number words after Second */**/*** Response/Comments Note: Knowledge questions need to be answered with instant recall and certainty to be given as correct. If in doubt of security of knowledge do not give that stage. Watch out for “dropping back”, in number before/after tasks – where a child has to “drop back” to 1 and count up to get the right answer. Do not assess as correct if a child does this, but would be useful to note this in the Comments section.