Discuss what types of foods you might see in a student’s lunch box and their own lunch box.
Talk about what class data of lunch boxes might reveal.
Introduce the image of the data set of a classes lunch boxes.
Use the resource Data patterns and representation: Data collection, analysis and presentation to guide the assessment task.
What data can they interpret?
Explain to students that the table only shows the types of fruit.
Questions might include:
Provide the data represented using images and presented as a picture graph.
Ask students what labels and other additions can be added to make sure it makes sense.
These may include values, title, headings, and a scale on axis.
Students create their own chart representing data in a different way for example a column graph using a spreadsheet.
This assessment checklist provides a guide to record the student’s demonstrated skills and knowledge.
Word and pdf versions of the checklist can be dowloaded in the resources section.
|Demonstrated knowledge/skills||Yes/No or progressing||Comments|
The student explains how the same data sets can be represented in different ways.
The student can interpret data organised and displayed in different way.
The student can present data using a suitable format