Collect, organise and represent discrete data, e.g. tables, diagrams, charts, line graphs.
(a) Know how to choose a sensible scale to fit the data
(b) Label charts, graphs, diagrams
Two task sheets – one for beauty therapists, one for motor vehicle students, etc. Find information, work out total cost, mean and range, display your results in a chart. (Originally used for Level 1 Key Skills Application of Number portfolio work).
A differentiated whole group (E1 – L2) activity that’s ideal for the first class after the summer break.
Step by step guide to interpreting and creating pie charts.
A seasonal maths investigation that involves a trip to the supermarket, scaling a recipe, rounding, estimating and much more!
Florence was not just a famous nurse, she was also a very good mathematician. Use this resource to introduce pie charts, promote class discussion and learn some history!
A fun investigation for Level 1 and 2 (with ideas for Entry level).
Note: You will need at least one set of dolls per pair of students.