Flynn
Jack
Kata
Kennedy
Nicola
Te Raina
Shreya
Kyle
Jack
Vinu
Sam
Karl
Islah
Kimberley
Shavaugn
Erica
Bethany
Connor
Toby
Ethan
Cody
Jarrod
Olivia
Oliver
Emily
Taylor-Rose
Madison
Jarod
Samuel
Jenna
Dylan
George

Digits and Dividers

FIND THE AVERAGE PERSON IN OUR CLASS

LI - I am learning to use my statistic knowledge to find the average person in our class

SC - To be successful I will need to use some of the following:
  • tally chart
  • stem and leaf graph
  • bar graph
  • pie chart
  • pictogram
  • histogram
  • mean
  • median
  • mode
  • discrete data
  • continuous data
  • write 3 statements about each graph.

Your task is to find out who the average person in our is. You must always analyse your graphs and data, and make sure this analysis is evident.

To do this task you will be using discrete data and only one continuous data.

Below brainstorm as a group what discrete and continuous data you could use to help you find who the average person is in our class. Highlight all of your discrete data yellow, and continuous data green.


Sums and Calculators

FIND THE AVERAGE PERSON IN OUR CLASS

LI - I am learning to use my statistic knowledge to find the average person in our class

SC - To be successful I will need to use some of the following:
  • tally chart
  • stem and leaf graph
  • bar graph
  • pie chart
  • pictogram
  • histogram
  • mean
  • median
  • mode
  • continuous data
  • write 3 statements about each graph.

Your task is to find out who the average person in our is. You must always analyse your graphs and data, and make sure this is stated.

To do this task you will be using only continuous data.

Below brainstorm as a group what continuous data you could use to help you find who the average person is in our class.

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12/05/11 - Below are the LI intentions and SC that the class completed together.

LI: We are learning to display our data as a bar graph.

SC:
•use discrete data
•labels and titles are used
•has a Y and X axis
•has numbers on the Y axis
•bars are seperate
•has statements about the data and results
•everything needs to be the same distance apart e.g. numbers up the side, the bars, the labels

LI: We are learning to display our data as a pie chart.

SC:
•the degrees have to be accurate.
•use protractor or compass when drawing the circle
•use titles and labels.
•may have a key
•must have a perfectly round circle
•has statements about the data and results

Create a tally chart, bar chart and pictogram for the data given.
Write three statements about each diagram.
IXL Year 7 Interpreting/Creating Pictograms
IXL Year 7 Interpreting/Creating Bar Charts