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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

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

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project (Part 3)

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project (Part 3)

For Year 10 and 11 GCSE Statistics students. Using a real-life project approach this is the third 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 drawing and interpreting two-way tables, pictograms, bar and vertical line graphs. Can be used as a one-off lesson.

By rachelgreathead

Tracking Economic Data - Weekly Activity

Tracking Economic Data - Weekly Activity

This weekly activity allows students to measure and analyze changes in financial markets and economic data on both a short and long-term basis. It was created for the semester long Economics class commonly taught in United States’ high schools, but could be modified for longer/shorter duration – or location. The file is fully customizable. Students will look at trends and gain fluency with oft-referenced measures of economic status. It also provides a regular classroom structure for building understanding of macroeconomic principles throughout the course.

By HistoryMadeFresh

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project (Part 2)

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project (Part 2)

For Year 10 and 11 GCSE Statistics students. Using a real-life project approach this is the second 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 what is meant by a population, the difference between a census and a sample. It then looks at different types of sampling. The pupils then use quota sampling to collect data and display it in a frequency table. Can be used as a one-off lesson.

By rachelgreathead

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project

GCSE Statistics Data Collection Athletics Project

For Year 10 and 11 GCSE Statistics students. Using a real-life project approach this is the first 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 introduces statistics, looks at how to write a hypothesis and the difference between Quantitative and Qualitative Data. Can be used as a one-off lesson.

By rachelgreathead

Pictograms

Pictograms

Two activities are included; 1. A worksheet based on a zoo where pupils must use the information on the pictogram to answer the questions 2. In this activity the pupils must use the information they are given and cut out the pictures to create the pictogram. They then use the pictogram to answer the questions. The worksheets are designed to be aesthetically pleasing and easy to follow.

By katy-6575

End of Year Maths Project KS3 - Theme Park & Fairground

End of Year Maths Project KS3 - Theme Park & Fairground

Perfect for ending the year! Whole unit of work for final week or fortnight of teaching. Engaging and rich tasks allow students to develop problem solving skills while having fun! The slides clearing follow the order of the booklet. Session one gets students jooked before looking at budgeting and plans and elevations in session two. Session three and four student begin to design their own theme park plan. Session 5 introduces the second part of the project - creating their own fairground game for the entrance of their theme park. In session two students can create these games and test them, finding out probabilities and using questionnaires to further improve their designs and creations. This has been used successfully with low ability students in year 7 up to high ability students in year 9 - often differentiated through questioning and higher pitched expectations.

By scottmarch

Wimbledon Maths Puzzles!

Wimbledon Maths Puzzles!

These short and snappy puzzles are perfect for engaging all of the Wimbledon lovers in your class in a wide range of maths problems! Using real-life statistics from www.wimbledon.com, students approach a number of varied maths topics, whilst also gaining valuable information about their favourite players and the history of the tournament. I have used these resources with a number of KS2 and KS3 classes, and have always found that students find them extremely interesting and informative. Some of the maths topics covered include: statistics, percentages, charts and graphs, data handling, averages, ratios, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, estimation and problem solving, critical thinking, and fractions. Some of the specific tasks involved include: working out the win ratios and percentages of top players, finding out how to reach the All-England Club from different locations, working out the best ticket combinations to buy at the ground, and comparing player performance over different tournaments. There are 30 tasks in total, in which a number of men and women players are focused upon through varied activities. The tasks are also separated by difficulty into 'Beginner','Intermediate', and 'Difficult' tasks (refer to the B, I, or D symbols in the top left of each activity). All images within this resource are licensed for commercial use, and images are cited on the final slide.

By TandLGuru

SEN Numeracy bundle

SEN Numeracy bundle

This bundle contains all 8 SEN Skillsheets numeracy resources and provides a huge selection of worksheets to teach numeracy plus other resources. There is lots of opportunity for repetition and reinforcement of ideas as learners can work through the sheets making small steps of progress. The worksheets and other resources can be printed in colour to give them extra visual appeal.

By Skillsheets