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Statistics: tally charts, pictograms and block diagrams
This guide provides a sequence of steps to develop understanding of data displays, from using tally charts through to drawing and interpreting pictograms involving multiplicative thinking.
|Year 1, Year 2, Year 3
|Teaching resource, Teaching strategies
|Teaching strategies and pedagogical approaches
|Questioning, Explicit teaching
|data, tally, tally charts, pictogram, block diagram, interpret, reasoning, explicit teaching
|Strand and focus
|Number, Statistics, Build understanding
|Addition and subtraction, Multiplication and division, Data representation and interpretation
|AC: Mathematics (V9.0) content descriptions
Represent collected data for a categorical variable using one-to-one displays and digital tools where appropriate; compare the data using frequencies and discuss the findings
Acquire data for categorical variables through surveys, observation, experiment and using digital tools; sort data into relevant categories and display data using lists and tables
Create different graphical representations of data using software where appropriate; compare the different representations, identify and describe common and distinctive features in response to questions
Create and compare different graphical representations of data sets including using software where appropriate; interpret the data in terms of the context
Counting processes (P3)
Interpreting and representing data (P2, P3, P4)
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