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Interpreting Data Level 3 to 4 Booster Lesson 8 Interpreting Data Learning Objectives –Interpret diagrams and graphs –Draw simple conclusions Vocabulary.

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2 Interpreting Data Level 3 to 4 Booster Lesson 8

3 Interpreting Data Learning Objectives –Interpret diagrams and graphs –Draw simple conclusions Vocabulary –bar chart –mode –maximum Oral and Mental Starter

4 Goals Scored by Harriers OHT 8.1 This bar chart shows the number of goals scored by Harriers in last seasons matches. What was the highest number of goals Harriers scored in a match?

5 This bar chart shows the number of goals scored by Harriers in last seasons matches. How many matches in total did Harriers Play? Goals Scored by Harriers OHT 8.1

6 This bar chart shows the number of goals scored by Harriers in last seasons matches. In how many matches did Harriers score more than three goals? Goals Scored by Harriers OHT 8.1

7 This bar chart shows the number of goals scored by Harriers in last seasons matches. What was the most common number of goals scored (mode)? Goals Scored by Harriers OHT 8.1

8 This bar chart shows the number of goals scored by Harriers in last seasons matches. How likely are Harriers to score seven goals in a match when they play in the same league this season? Goals Scored by Harriers OHT 8.1

9 Interpreting Data Learning Objectives –Extract and interpret data in tables, graphs,charts and diagrams –Interpret diagrams and graphs (including pie charts), and draw simple conclusions Vocabulary –Pie chart Main Teaching

10 Hull Exeter305 Bangor Dover HullExeterBangorDover Which two towns are the shortest distance from each other? This table shows the distances between towns Distances in miles Distances OHT 8.2

11 Hull Exeter305 Bangor Dover HullExeterBangorDover Mrs Davis drove from Bangor to Exeter. What is the distance between Bangor and Exeter? This table shows the distances between towns Distances in miles Distances OHT 8.2

12 Hull Exeter305 Bangor Dover HullExeterBangorDover Mrs Davis then drove from Exeter to Dover. What is the distance between Exeter and Dover? This table shows the distances between towns Distances in miles Distances OHT 8.2

13 Hull Exeter305 Bangor Dover HullExeterBangorDover This table shows the distances between towns Distances in miles How far did Mrs Davis drive altogether? Why is this answer different from the distance from Bangor to Dover in the table? Distances OHT 8.2

14 First classStandardStudent Single7191 Return Saver The ticket office at Exeter station keeps a record of the type of ticket it sells. The tickets sold on a Friday in December are shown in the table below How many different types of ticket are sold? Train tickets OHT 8.3

15 First classStandardStudent Single7191 Return Saver The ticket office at Exeter station keeps a record of the type of ticket it sells. The tickets sold on a Friday in December are shown in the table below How many First-class saver tickets are sold? Train tickets OHT 8.3

16 First classStandardStudent Single7191 Return Saver The ticket office at Exeter station keeps a record of the type of ticket it sells. The tickets sold on a Friday in December are shown in the table below How many return tickets are sold? Train tickets OHT 8.3

17 First classStandardStudent Single7191 Return Saver The ticket office at Exeter station keeps a record of the type of ticket it sells. The tickets sold on a Friday in December are shown in the table below How many more Standard tickets than First-class tickets are sold? Train tickets OHT 8.3

18 First classStandardStudent Single7191 Return Saver The ticket office at Exeter station keeps a record of the type of ticket it sells. The tickets sold on a Friday in December are shown in the table below Why do you think a lot of student tickets are sold? Train tickets OHT 8.3

19 children women men The ticket office also records whether each traveller is a man, woman or a child. The results are shown in the pie chart Are there more men passengers than women passengers? Travellers OHT 8.4

20 children women men The ticket office also records whether each traveller is a man, woman or a child. The results are shown in the pie chart How many child passengers are there? What other information would we need to know to find the answer? When is it better to use a pie chart than one of the other types of graph? Explain your answer. Travellers OHT 8.4

21 John and Sandip collected some data on favourite colour from a group of children. red yellow blue green Favourite colour OHT 8.5

22 John and Sandip collected some data on favourite colour from a group of children. I think the pie chart is best as you can easily see which is the most popular. red yellow blue green Favourite colour OHT 8.5

23 John and Sandip collected some data on favourite colour from a group of children. I think the bar chart is better as you can compare easily. red yellow blue green Favourite colour OHT 8.5

24 John and Sandip collected some data on favourite colour from a group of children. About half of the children chose blue. red yellow blue green Favourite colour OHT 8.5

25 John and Sandip collected some data on favourite colour from a group of children. Yellow and green are about the same in popularity. red yellow blue green Favourite colour OHT 8.5

26 John and Sandip collected some data on favourite colour from a group of children. I could work out how many children were asked from the pie chart. red yellow blue green Favourite colour OHT 8.5

27 John and Sandip collected some data on favourite colour from a group of children. Red is the least popular colour and it is easy to see from both diagrams. red yellow blue green Favourite colour OHT 8.5

28 By the end of the lesson extract data from a variety of sources interpret data and give a reason for any conclusion. Pupils should be able to:

29 Thank you for your attention


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