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Key Stage 3 National Strategy Handling data: session 1
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.1 Objectives for session 1 By the end of this session you will: be familiar with the objectives for ‘Organising and investigating’ in the ICT Framework understand the progression from Year 6 to Year 8 in these objectives have considered how to check Y7 pupils’ capability against these objectives
The data handling cycle Process and represent data Collect data Interpret data and evaluate results Specify the problem and plan
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.3 In the lessons, do pupils: pose a question or propose a hypothesis? decide what data they need to collect? collect data? design a data handling framework? enter data? check data for errors or inconsistencies? interrogate data? transform or present data differently? test their hypothesis? come to conclusions? pose new questions?
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.4 Objectives from the Y5 lessons Add to and amend data using a flat-file database Search a database using two or more criteria, using ‘AND’, ‘OR’, ‘greater than’ and ‘smaller than’ Use information in a database to answer questions Use a computer model to identify patterns and relationships Interpret data and check it is relevant and reasonable Form a conclusion on the evidence presented
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.5 Bloom’s taxonomy KNOWLEDGE describe, identify, who/what/when/where? COMPREHENSION translate, predict, why? APPLICATION demonstrate how, solve, try in a new context ANALYSIS explain, infer, analyse SYNTHESIS design, create, compose EVALUATION assess, compare, contrast, judge
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.6 Class organisation Individual Pairs Small group Large group Whole class
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.7 Teaching and learning strategies Directing and telling Demonstrating and handling data Explaining and illustrating Questioning and discussing Exploring and investigating Consolidating and embedding Reflecting and evaluating Summarising and reminding
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.8 Preferred learning styles Reading Looking Writing and drawing Listening Talking Acting or doing Interacting Thinking and reflecting
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.9 Discussion Compare and contrast the Y7 and Y8 objectives for ‘Organising and investigating’. Which Y8 objectives build directly on those in Y7? What is the nature of the progression? Which objectives in each year require the teaching and learning of new skills? Which objectives in each year require the application of skills (in which pupils are already competent) to gain new knowledge and understanding?
© Crown copyright 2002 KS3 Strategy Slide 1.10 Objectives for session 1 By the end of this session you will: be familiar with the objectives for ‘Organising and investigating’ in the ICT Framework understand the progression from Year 6 to Year 8 in these objectives have considered how to check Y7 pupils’ capability against these objectives
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