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OCR Cambridge Award/Certificate in Maths Entry Level 1 – Level 2.

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2 OCR Cambridge Award/Certificate in Maths Entry Level 1 – Level 2

3 Handling data Entry Level – Extract and sort data Entry Level – Extract, sort and present data for interpretation Entry Level – Extract and interpret data Level – Interpret data and the outcomes of events Level – Compare and interpret data and record probability

4 You might not think you need numbers, but… Think about planning a holiday Do you know where you are going to go? Knowing where you are going and how far it is will help you plan the trip

5 You might not think you need numbers, but… Make sure you read the right costs for the right time of the year! Will you get there on time? Think about planning a holiday

6 You might not think you need numbers, but… What will the temperature be while you are there? You might have a shock if you mix up the mean and the range! Think about planning a holiday

7 You might not think you need numbers, but… What is the exchange rate? Knowing how much money you will need when you get there will help you plan to save! Think about planning a holiday

8 You might not think you need numbers, but… Starting a new job?

9 You might not think you need numbers, but… What is the pay like? Doing some research into the average pay may help you make a decision Starting a new job?

10 You might not think you need numbers, but… Is the company you are going to work for the best one? Being able to find out if the company is doing well would be useful Starting a new job?

11 You might not think you need numbers, but… Starting a new job? Does the company offer benefits or bonuses? Knowing how many days holiday and the pension details will help you plan

12 You might not think you need numbers, but… Can you take public transport to work? You don’t want to find you have to get three busses and a train just to get there everyday! Starting a new job?

13 You might not think you need numbers, but… Doing a sponsored event for charity?

14 You might not think you need numbers, but… Doing a sponsored event for charity? What would be the best thing to do to raise the cash? It would be useful if you ask people what they would support most

15 You might not think you need numbers, but… How will you ask people for sponsorship? Doing a sponsored event for charity? Having a form for people to fill in will make it easier to collect the money

16 You might not think you need numbers, but… Doing a sponsored event for charity? When you have completed the event, it would be nice to show people where the money you had raised was going to

17 You might not think you need numbers, but… Doing a sponsored event for charity? It would be nice to show the breakdown of money pledged in a chart

18 You might not think you need numbers, but… Many of the things we do use numbers Understanding these better could make the things you do easier You might not get the great job if you can’t select the right data!

19 You might not think you need numbers, but… You won’t enjoy that holiday if you can’t read the tables and charts! Many of the things we do use numbers Understanding these better could make the things you do easier

20 You might not think you need numbers, but… You will not raise the money for charity if you are confused with collecting information, analysing it and presenting the results Many of the things we do use numbers Understanding these better could make the things you do easier

21 What will you cover... This presentation just concentrates on Handling Data, but you may also look at other maths skills you will need to be successful as well This helps you understand how each skill is used together with other skills, and helps you use your maths skills in everyday life

22 Thank you for using this OCR resource Other OCR resources are available at OCR Resources: the small print OCR’s resources are provided to support the teaching of OCR specifications, but in no way constitute an endorsed teaching method that is required by the Board, and the decision to use them lies with the individual teacher. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the content, OCR cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions within these resources. © OCR This resource may be freely copied and distributed, as long as the OCR logo and this message remain intact and OCR is acknowledged as the originator of this work. OCR acknowledges the use of the following content: Slide 4: man: Amasterphotographer/Shutterstock.com, map: opka/Shutterstock.com Slide 5 man: Skvoor/Shutterstock.com, holiday image: Avian/Shutterstock.com Slide 6 man: TexelArt/Shutterstock,com, Siberia: ID1974/Shutterstock.com Slide 7 man: Amasterphotographer/Shutterstock.com Slide 8 man: SergeyNivens/Shutterstock.com Slide 9 man: TexelArt/Shutterstock.com Slide 10 meeting: CoraMax/Shutterstock.com Slide 11 man in car: Szasz-Fabian Jozsef/Shutterstock.com Slide 12 man pointing: amasterphotographer/Shutterstock.com, train: Vertyr/Shutterstock.com Slides 13 and 14: running man: Jane0606/Shutterstock.com Slide 14 man eating burger: GeorgejmcLittle/Shutterstock.com, man gaming: KrullM/Shutterstock.com Slide 15 man: Air0ne/Shutterstock.com Slides 16 and 20 man: Amasterphotographer/Shutterstock.com, cheque: ChristosGeorghiou/Shutterstock.com Slide 18 man: TexelArt/Shutterstock.com Slide 19 man: TexelArt/Shutterstock.com To give us feedback on, or ideas about the OCR resources you have used,


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