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Outcomes & Indicators
Early Stage One
DES1.1: Represents and interprets data displays made from objects and pictures.
Collect data about students and their environment.
Organise actual objects or pictures of the objects into a data display.
Interpret data displays made from objects and pictures.
DS1.1: Gathers and organises data, displays data using column and picture graphs, and interprets the results.
Gather and record data using tally marks.
Display the data using concrete materials and pictorial representations.
Use objects or pictures as symbols to represent other objects, using one-to-one correspondence.
Interpret information presented in picture graphs and column graphs.
DS2.1: Gathers and organises data, displays data using tables and graphs, and interprets the results.
Conduct surveys, classify and organise data using tables.
Construct vertical and horizontal column graphs and picture graphs.
Interpret data presented in tables, column graphs and picture graphs.
DS3.1: Displays and interprets data in graphs with scales of many-to-one correspondence.
Draw picture, column, line and divided bar graphs using scales of many-to-one correspondence.
Read and interpret sector (pie) graphs.
Read and interpret graphs with scales of many-to-one correspondence.
Determine the mean (average) for a small set of data.
Furbles '03 Version
Furbles '08 version
Create a Graph
Graph & Tally
Data Collation & Graphs
Make Your Own Graphs
BBC Bar Graph Activity
Mean, Mode, Median
Interpreting Pie Charts
Reading Graphs Lesson
Smart Notebook Activities
A simple one page file for introducing the use of tally marks when recording the numbers rolled on
the interactive dice. Stage 1
A introduction to intrpreting and creating column graphs. Stage 2.
Sort the gummy bears into their colour groups then record the information in a graph. ES1-S1
Survey the class about their favourite toy then record the information as tally marks an in graph form.
You will need to edit the American spelling and you can also change the toy categories. S1
Covers column, bar, line and pie graphs as well as histograms and frequency tables. S2-3.
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