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Stem and Leaf

Stem and Leaf

A few lessons worth of resources introducing stem and leaf, interpreting data and comparative stem and leaf. Depending on ability, it will take 2 or 3 lessons, and you can split/continue where needed. Y7's take 2 lessons before the double sided stem and leaf lesson, Y10s normally take 2 lesson in total. I run the lesson mostly as a whiteboard AFL lesson, so I can move on as fast as the class requires.

By DVDBerg

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project (Part 5)

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project (Part 5)

For Year 10 and 11 GCSE Statistics students. Using a real-life project approach this is the fifth and final lesson looking at data collection from Athletics statistics. Included is the lesson plan with links to videos, the Powerpoint presentation for the lesson and worksheets for students. There is also an overview of the full 5 lesson project. This lesson compares multiple bar charts, composite bar charts, percentage composite bar charts and comparative pie charts and how to draw them. Can be adapted and used as a one-off lesson.

By rachelgreathead

The Birthday Party - Data Graphing in the Real World

The Birthday Party - Data Graphing in the Real World

In my classroom, I like to use real world scenarios to enforce the importance of learning and truly understanding math skills. Too often students say "Why do I need to know this?". This worksheet is about planning a birthday party for your classmates. Using the data in the world problem, students will collect, organize and analyze the information to solve the problem. This worksheets applies to these standards: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.SP.A.1 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.SP.A.2 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.SP.A.3 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.SP.B.4 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.SP.B.5. Even though it applies to 6th grade standards, I use these types of word problems for 4th grade and up.

By sarah_mcnamara43

FS Maths  Level 1/2 - Data Handling - The Shop

FS Maths Level 1/2 - Data Handling - The Shop

Although this is covering section 3 of the City and Guilds functional skills exam, the students will also need to calculate wages from a range of values: hourly, weekly as well as annual in order to calculate a monthly wage bill. In addition they are asked to analyse a table to create a brief report, I suggest to develop some answers to the bullet points but alternatives would be possible. Finally they would need to create a suitable chart using graph paper - not supplied with this document.

By WiseHerb

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UKS2 (Year 5 and Year 6) converting between metric (and imperial) measures using line graphs

UKS2 (Year 5 and Year 6) converting between metric (and imperial) measures using line graphs

Learning Objectives Starter: - To order multistep calculations. - To interpret line graphs. Main Lesson: - To convert between different units of metric measure (Year 5) - To interpret line graphs and to convert between miles and kilometres (Year 6) -To change freely between related standard units [for example length, capacity and mass] (KS3) This lesson consists of: A Starter consisting of a series of progressively harder, multi-step calculations and revision of properties of numbers. A connect activity challenging children to hypothesise what data a series of line graphs might represent. An Interactive Whiteboard teaching introduction for both Notebook and ActivInspire flipchart, to teach use line graphs to convert between different units of measure and how to draw their own line graphs. A 4-way differentiated series of tasks requiring children to convert between the various metric units of measure using, and plotting their own, line graphs. A challenge activity where children convert between miles and kilometres and metres. Answer sheet provided to support marking. A final AFL / Next Steps task, asking children to apply their knowledge to a conversion table, converting between litres and gallons.

By MikeRichards

Clumsy Clive On Tree Diagrams

Clumsy Clive On Tree Diagrams

Clive is attempting to get to grips with tree diagrams, but he is making mistakes again. Please check his work, correct it and explain what he's done wrong. Designed to create mathematical discussion.

By alutwyche

Statistics Mean Median Mode Range Noughts and Crosses PowerPoint Games

Statistics Mean Median Mode Range Noughts and Crosses PowerPoint Games

This is a fun and engaging way of reviewing ideas. Students really buy into this and lots of learning happens if the opportunities for discussion are taken while answering the questions. There are four clickable games in this PowerPoint. It is an adaptation of a class game that is played on the whiteboard and works in the same way that Noughts and Crosses works, the object being to get 3 noughts or 3 crosses in a row but the students must get answers correct in order to gain the nought or cross. The first two of these four games concentrate on finding the mean, median, mode or range. The third game involves finding single missing data points where the mean, median, mode or range are given. The final game involves finding two missing data points where two parameters have been given - one of the questions has three data points to find. The numbers involved are easy to work with. Divide the class in half (or play one group against another). Random individuals on each side of the class put their hand up and take turns to answer the questions. A team never has two turns in a row ie they never win two Os or two Xs in a row. If an answer is correct then you click on the question and the answer appears - click on the answer for a O, click again for X. It's very easy to play but make sure you have a little play with it before involving your class. If you need to start the game again then use the left/right arrows to reset the game. There is a “Main Menu” button to take you back to the index of games. You may need to develop your own rules depending on the class. Play it once and you'll know what is meant by this comment. There are four games here. The PowerPoint opens straight away as a slide show (it takes a little longer to open than a normal PowerPoint …… so please be PATIENT). Every second slide is a set of answers. There is also a pdf with the answers on it if you want to print it out, but you don't really have to if you have the inclination to work out the answers on the spot. If you like this then there are plenty of other Mathematics Noughts and Crosses games in my shop - more are on the way - as well as many other mix-and-match, sequencing, flash cards and ordering manipulatives for Mathematics. You can visit my shop by clicking here. There is free Noughts and Crosses resource, involving easy Algebraic Simplifying, if you want to see how the game works. Check it out :) Have fun!! Feedback is welcomed :)

By Mathematics_Manipulatives

Practical Venn diagram activity

Practical Venn diagram activity

KS3 and KS2 resource to introduce Venn diagrams. A practical, outdoor activity - just needs a playground and some chalk ( remember chalk ?). Simple to introduce and carry out.

By Bob Bridges

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project (Part 4)

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project (Part 4)

For Year 10 and 11 GCSE Statistics students. Using a real-life project approach this is the fourth lesson looking at data collection from Athletics statistics. Included is the lesson plan with links to videos, the Powerpoint presentation for the lesson and worksheets for students. There is also an overview of the full 5 lesson project. This lesson looks at how to generate a random sample, draw stem and leaf diagrams and cumulative step polygon diagrams, calculate angles in pie charts and then draw them. Can be adapted and used as a one-off lesson.

By rachelgreathead

How to Draw a Graph

How to Draw a Graph

Single page document that helps students produce their own graph. Can be used as a poster or as an instruction sheet for students. I have an alternative version of this that included an activity as well as the poster. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/how-to-draw-a-graph-11276258 If you are thinking of using this as a poster, you may want to consider purchasing the display titled "Which Graph do I Draw?" https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/display-titled-which-graph-do-i-draw-11674782

By kanzi1979