Probability (Chance)

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#### Level contents

- * Assessment for the whole of Level 6
- ** Assessment test answers
- *** Assessment test records
- 6:01 Chance language
- Exploring vocabulary related to chance, including matching vocabulary labels to a probability scale, and matching labels to chance event scenarios.
- 6:02 Chance outcomes
- Exploring the concepts of even chance, equal chance, and possible outcomes using word problems. Writing chance outcomes as a fraction, decimal and percentage. Exploring chance language.
- 6:02A Probability
- Exploring the concepts of even chance, equal chance, and possible outcomes using word problems. Writing chance outcomes as a fraction. The sum of probabilities equals 1.
- 6:02PT Progress test
- 6:03 Chance experiments
- Estimating the chance of certain outcomes from tossing two dice and tallying in tables. Writing chances as fractions and as percentages. Grouping chance outcomes to decide on larger outcomes eg. chance of even/ odd numbers occurring. Ordering chance outcomes. Greater than/ less than. Division and addition.
- 6:03A Longer runs of chance experiments
- Estimating the chance of certain outcomes from tossing a coin and tallying in tables. Writing chances as fractions. Grouping results from several people to find a better estimate of the chance of outcomes. Ordering chance outcomes.
- 6:04 Chance and surveys
- Reading a results table from a survey and using it to estimate the chance of certain results occurring. Least likely/ most likely/ as likely. Understanding how increasing the sample size changes chance outcomes.
- 6:05 Samples: making predictions
- Making predictions about chance outcomes and the larger population from a repeated chance experiment involving random samples. Likely/ unlikely, accuracy of predictions, tallying results, increasing the sample size.
- 6:05E Experiments with chance
- Making predictions and carrying out an experiment involving tossing a matchbox with labelled sides. Calculating the percentage chance of landing certain sides. Reflecting on element of chance, increasing the sample size, and experimental versus real probabilities.
- 6:06 Chance & data
- Estimating chance outcomes from chance experiments involving random selections. Making predictions about larger populations from a sample. Writing chance as a percentage. Chance language review.
- 6:06A Games of chance
- Finding the chance of events involved in games.
- 6:06PT Progress test
- 6:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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- 6:ACC Year 6 Cover
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- 6:SP00C Contents: Year 6 Maths Builder text
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- 6:SP00D Answers: 6:SP01-6:SP20C
- The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:SP01-6:SP20C
- 6:SP04 Chance outcomes
- Exploring the concepts of even chance, equal chance, and possible outcomes using word problems. Writing chance outcomes as a fraction, decimal and percentage. Exploring chance language.
- 6:SP04C Chance language
- Exploring the language of chance. Describe the language that would apply to a situation.
- 6:SP05 Probability
- Exploring the concepts of even chance, equal chance, and possible outcomes using word problems. Writing chance outcomes as a fraction. The sum of probabilities equals 1.
- 6:SP06 Chance experiments
- Estimating the chance of certain outcomes from tossing two dice and tallying in tables. Writing chances as fractions and as percentages. Grouping chance outcomes to decide on larger outcomes eg. chance of even/ odd numbers occurring. Ordering chance outcomes. Greater than/ less than. Division and addition.
- 6:SP06C Chance and surveys
- Reading a results table from a survey and using it to estimate the chance of certain results occurring. Least likely/ most likely/ as likely. Understanding how increasing the sample size gives a better estimate of the chance of an outcome occurring.
- 6:SP06S Experiments with chance
- Making predictions and carrying out an experiment involving tossing a matchbox with labelled sides. Calculating the percentage chance of landing certain sides. Reflecting on element of chance, increasing the sample size, and experimental versus real probabilities.
- 6:SP07 Chance
- Writing probability as a fraction and as a percentage
- 6:SP07C Samples: making predictions
- Making predictions about chance outcomes and the larger population from a repeated chance experiment involving random samples. Likely/ unlikely, accuracy of predictions, tallying results, increasing the sample size.
- 6:SP08 Longer runs of chance experiments
- Estimating the chance of tossing a head when a coin is tossed. Combining the results from several people to obtain more accurate estimates of probability. Writing chances as fractions. Ordering chance outcomes.
- 6:SP13 Games of chance
- Finding the chance of events involved in games.
- 6:SP14 Expected outcomes
- Write the total of combinations as shown in the dice diagram. Write the number of ways that each total could be tossed, out of the 36 ways. Which total would have the most/ least chance of being tossed? Match the totals that have the same chance of being tossed. Analyse dice game. Write the total easiest/ hardest to toss. Predict the game board likely to be covered first. Order the boards and test predictions by playing.
- 6:SP15 Describing the chances
- Describe the chances of winning the dice game, or of obtaining the totals given.
- 6:SP15C Ordering events
- Use the scale 0 to 1 to write the probability (as a decimal) of given results occurring - Spin again, win, lose. Is it more likely that the contestant will win, or lose? Is it possible/ likely for the wheel to be spun ten times without the contestant winning or losing? Explain how. Explain fairness in given dice game.
- 6:SP15S Tree diagrams
- Using tree diagrams to find the chance of events involved in games.
- 6:SP15T Finding all possible outcomes
- Using tables, tree diagrams and lists to find the chance of events.