Statistics (Data)

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#### Level contents

- * Assessment for the whole of Level 5
- ** Assessment test answers
- *** Assessment test records
- 5:01 Using keys
- Use the symbols in the teaching box (table/graph) to work out how many people attended each day and altogether. Use the key to work out the real number of objects in each instance and in the picture graph. Draw the pictures using the key where each face equals 4 students.
- 5:02 Addition and data
- 5:03 Using data
- Interpret the picture graph using a key. Two-way table - Calculate the total population of each town. Solve word problems related to table. Make up another problem from the two-way table.
- 5:04 Picture graphs
- Write what the pictures in the picture graph key stand for. What does half a picture stand for? Compare and interpret the data shown in the graphs to answer the questions. Compare the scales of the graph keys.
- 5:04C Keys for picture graphs
- Picture graph - Write how many pictures you would draw to show a given amount using the scale given. Compare the key scales. Use your chosen key and complete the picture graph for the table. Answer the questions related to this data.
- 5:05 Using the key of a picture graph
- Fill in the table/ graph, using keys given. Choose the best key and explain. Complete a picture graph using your chosen key and then draw a column graph. Work out a key for each set of data, so that 5 or 6 pictures will be the most that are drawn for any one category.
- 5:05C Picture graphs
- Interpret the picture graph. Answer the questions. Using the key, draw a picture graph for the information shown in the table. Answer the questions. Draw conclusions from the data.
- 5:05PT Progress test
- Test of Statistics (Data)
- 5:06 Drawing picture graphs
- Complete the picture graph using the tallies and the key. Complete the key table and use to graph the data given. Draw a picture graph using the data on the column graph.
- 5:07 Picture and column graphs
- Show the data in the picture graph as a column graph. Discover the scale of the key and answer the questions. Draw conclusion from the data. Make up a question from the graph.
- 5:08 Other graphs
- Use the line graph of bean plant growth to answer the questions. Interpret the line graph of temperatures, answer questions and make predictions.
- 5:08C Line graphs
- Use the data in the line graphs to answer questions and draw conclusions. Comment on accuracy of graph.
- 5:09 Drawing line graphs
- Complete a line graph using the information in the column graph. Interpret and describe the graph. Complete a line graph using the information in the table. Decide on the scale for the vertical axis, complete both axes and give the graph a title.
- 5:09PT Progress test
- Test of Statistics (Data)
- 5:10 Speed tests: mixed operations
- Speed tests: mixed operations. Record the time taken for each attempt. Record the scores in the table and graph them.
- 5:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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- 5:ACC Year 5 Cover
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- 5:SP00C Contents: Year 5 Maths Builder text
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- 5:SP00D Answers: 5:SP01-5:SP19
- The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:SP01-5:SP19
- 5:SP01 Interpreting picture graphs
- Show the data in the picture graph as a column graph. Discover the scale of the key and answer the questions. Draw conclusion from the data. Make up a question from the graph.
- 5:SP01C Drawing picture graphs
- Drawing picture graphs using information provided in a tally, table or graph. Considering the key of a picture graph.
- 5:SP01S Using keys
- Use the symbols in the teaching box (table/graph) to work out how many people attended each day and altogether. Use the key to work out the real number of objects in each instance and in the picture graph. Draw the pictures using the key where each face equals 4 students.
- 5:SP02 Using graphs and tables
- Complete the picture graph using the tallies and the key. Complete the key table and use to graph the data given. Draw a picture graph using the data on the column graph.
- 5:SP02C Picture graphs
- Write what the pictures in the picture graph key stand for. What does half a picture stand for? Compare and interpret the data shown in the graphs to answer the questions. Compare the scales of the graph keys.
- 5:SP03 Line graphs
- Use the line graph of bean plant growth to answer the questions. Interpret the line graph of temperatures, answer questions and make predictions.
- 5:SP04 Line graphs
- Use the data in the line graphs to answer questions and draw conclusions. Comment on accuracy of graph.
- 5:SP05 Drawing line graphs
- Complete a line graph using the information in the column graph. Interpret and describe the graph. Complete a line graph using the information in the table. Decide on the scale for the vertical axis, complete both axes and give the graph a title.
- 5:SP10 Dot plots
- Introduce dot plots and using one to draw a dot plot.
- 5:SP11 Dot plots
- Read and draw dot plots.
- 5:SP12 Using scales on graphs
- Presenting data as graphs using scales and determining the scale to be used.
- 5:SP13 Presenting data from a survey
- Record information by completing the table, the graph and the dot plot.
- 5:SP17 Planning a survey
- Write a question that you will ask in your survey. Decide which group of people you wish to survey. How will you record the results of your survey? How will you report your findings?
- 5:SP18 Comparing graphs
- We use the type of graph that best fits our data and purpose.
- 5:SP18C Using the key of a picture graph
- Fill in the table/ graph, using keys given. Choose the best key and explain. Complete a picture graph using your chosen key and then draw a column graph. Work out a key for each set of data, so that 5 or 6 pictures will be the most that are drawn for any one category.
- 5:SP19 Speed tests: mixed operations
- Speed tests: mixed operations. Record the time taken for each attempt. Record the scores in the table and graph them.
- 5:SP20 Important things you should know
- Tables and facts that you should know