Statistics (Data)

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- * Assessment for the whole of Level 6
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- 6:00 Concept Dictionary - Statistics (Data...
- Teaching points extracted from worksheets showing the development of concepts from Statistics (Data) from Year 0 to Year 6
- 6:01 Graphs
- Complete the table and draw a picture graph using a key. Survey your class, record your findings on a table and draw a column graph using the data. Read a passage from 'Seatee' stories and assess vowels that have been used the most. Tally and graph.
- 6:02 Drawing graphs
- Draw and label picture and column graphs using information provided in tables. Interpret line graph. Decide what an unlabeled column graph might represent.
- 6:03 Line graphs
- Read and interpret line graph. Use data to create and label a line graph. Interpret data.
- 6:03E Line graphs
- Extension page. Interpret line graph. Record max. and min. temperatures for your area on table and create a line graph.
- 6:03PT Progress test
- Test of Statistics (Data)
- 6:04 Patterns and rates
- Complete the tables by observing the patterns in the data and write the rule.
- 6:05 Sector graphs
- Interpret the sector graph. Estimate the percentages shown. Colour and label a sector graph after completing the table. Interpret data.
- 6:05E Sector graphs
- Extension page. Interpret sector graphs. Complete a table and matching sector graph. Internet search activity.
- 6:06 Sector graphs
- Interpret sector graphs to answer questions about data and complete table. Find fractions. Use personal data to complete table and create sector graph about breakdown of a normal school day.
- 6:07 Divided bar graphs
- Interpret divided bar graph and use data to complete a sector graph. Interpret divided bar graph and use data to complete a table and a sector graph. Use data to design a pattern.
- 6:07E Bar and sector graphs
- Extension page. Interpret divided bar graph, estimating fraction of data. Complete bar graph for your class's lunches. Report findings. Interpret data represented in sector graph.
- 6:08 Using tables
- Add data to complete table. Interpret information represented in table. Internet research population data and draw graph.
- 6:08E Position on a spreadsheet
- Understanding and reading a spreadsheet using cell coordinates. Representing data using Excel spreadsheet. Answering questions about expenses from cells and totals column.
- 6:09 Chance and surveys
- Find totals to complete the table about families with 4 children. Use data to make assumptions of likeliness or unlikeliness of results. Complete your own survey of number of children in families.
- 6:10 Making divided bar graphs
- Label the divided bar graph. Name and ascertain fractions in graphs division. Use information shown by centicubes to create divided bar graph. Interpret data. Make a divided bar graph of the number of students in sports houses in your class.
- 6:10E Divided bar graphs
- Extension page. Interpret divided bar graph. Match fractions and percentages based on data. Internet investigation.
- 6:11 Types of graphs
- Ascertain most appropriate graphs to represent data. Complete the graph or tables of values, read values from a graph.
- 6:11E Types of graphs
- Extension page. Choose the most suitable type of graph for each table and complete. Draw a divided bar graph and a sector graph for the data provided.
- 6:12 What type of graph?
- Match the titles to the most suitable graphs. Draw one of the graphs in the box, label correctly and write a question for the information shown.
- 6:12A Influences on data
- The collection of data and its influence on reliability are considered.
- 6:13 Speed tests: all operations
- Graph data from speed test results.
- 6:13PT Progress test
- Test of Statistics (Data)
- 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:SP01 Using tables
- Add data to complete table. Interpret information represented in table. Internet research population data and draw graph.
- 6:SP01C Speed tests: all operations
- The test reviews the four operations. A table of results is completed and the results graphed on a column graph.
- 6:SP02 Using a spreadsheet
- Understanding and reading a spreadsheet using cell coordinates. Representing data using Excel spreadsheet. Answering questions about expenses from cells and totals column.
- 6:SP03 Side-by-side column graphs
- Interpret side-by-side column graphs. Discover the scale of the graph and compare the categories.
- 6:SP09 Drawing graphs
- Draw and label picture and column graphs using information provided in tables. Interpret line graph. Decide what an unlabeled column graph might represent.
- 6:SP10 Line graphs
- Read and interpret line graph. Use data to create and label a line graph. Interpret data.
- 6:SP10C Line graphs
- Extension page. Interpret line graph. Record max. and min. temperatures for your area on table and create a line graph.
- 6:SP11 Types of graphs
- Ascertain most appropriate graphs to represent data. Complete the graph or tables of values, read values from a graph.
- 6:SP12 What type of graph?
- The features of types of graphs are listed. Choose the type of graph to use for specific examples.
- 6:SP16 Sector graphs
- Interpret the sector graph. Estimate the percentages shown. Colour and label a sector graph after completing the table. Interpret data.
- 6:SP16C Sector graphs
- Interpret sector graphs to answer questions about data and complete table. Find fractions. Use personal data to complete table and create sector graph about breakdown of a normal school day.
- 6:SP16S Sector graphs
- Extension page. Interpret sector graphs. Complete a table and matching sector graph. Internet search activity.
- 6:SP17 Divided bar graphs
- Interpret divided bar graph and use data to complete a sector graph. Interpret divided bar graph and use data to complete a table and a sector graph. Use data to design a pattern.
- 6:SP17C Making divided bar graphs
- Label the divided bar graph. Name and ascertain fractions in graphs division. Use information shown by centicubes to create divided bar graph. Interpret data. Make a divided bar graph of the number of students in sports houses in your class.
- 6:SP17S Bar and sector graphs
- Extension page. Interpret divided bar graph, estimating fraction of data. Complete bar graph for your class's lunches. Report findings. Interpret data represented in sector graph.
- 6:SP18 Influences on data
- The collection of data and its influence on reliability are considered.
- 6:SP18C Sample and census
- The collection of data and its influence on reliability are considered.
- 6:SP18S Sampling
- The collection of data and its influence on reliability are considered.
- 6:SP19 Misleading representations
- How data and graphs can be presented in misleading ways.
- 6:SP20 What type of graph?
- Match the titles to the most suitable graphs. Draw one of the graphs in the box, label correctly and write a question for the information shown.
- 6:SP20C Types of graphs
- Extension page. Choose the most suitable type of graph for each table and complete. Draw a divided bar graph and a sector graph for the data provided.
- 6:SP21 Important things you should know
- Tables and facts that you should know