Adult Numeracy, Functional Maths, and GCSE Resources. Displaying 1 - 10 of resources: FM L Calculate percentages of quantities, including simple percentage increases and decreases by 5% and multiples thereof. FM L Convert between units of length, weight, capacity, money and time, in the same system. Free videos and downloadable worksheets to help adult learners improve their calculation and numeracy skills. Percent and fractions Free videos and downloadable worksheets to help adult.
Literacy rate, adult female (% of females ages 15 and above) Literacy rate, adult male (% of males ages 15 and above) Literacy rate, youth (ages ), gender parity index (GPI) Literacy rate, youth male (% of males ages ) Literacy rate, youth total (% of people ages ). The percentages of U.S. adults performing at the lowest levels (i.e., Level 1 or below in literacy and numeracy and below Level 1 in digital problem solving) in were 19 percent in literacy, 29 percent in numeracy, and 24 percent in digital problem solving.
Adult Numeracy, Functional Maths, and GCSE Resources. M ain Functional Maths coverage is reading and comparing whole numbers and percentages, and percentage-fraction equivalents. Some questions involve calculating percentages or checking the figures that are quoted in the text (Level 2). U.S.-born adults comprise 24 percent of the population with low numeracy skills, compared to 15 percent of the total population (FIGURE 2). White adults make up the largest. percentage of U.S. adults with low levels of numeracy, 39 percent, followed by that of Hispanic and Black adults, 28 and 26 percent, respectively (FIGURE 3).
A numeracy or Functional Maths worksheet that uses data handling, rounding, days and dates, percentages and fractions related to the Radio 1 presenter Chris Moyles. It is based on The Guardian’s Infomania page in ‘The Guide’. Also useful as revision material. Could be used for a discussion on Chris Moyles and musical taste. U.S.-born adults make up about three-fourths of adults with low levels of numeracy skills in the United States. However, the non-U.S.-born are overrepresented among such low-skilled adults. Non-U.S.-born adults comprise 24 percent of the population with low numeracy skills, compared to 15 percent of the total population (FIGURE 2). FIGURE 3. Percentage of low-skilled adults .