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Statistics and their Interpretation; Introduction QEP Guidelines Links and Resources Conclusion Lesson Plan Assignment Introduction Maritime accidents have been occurring for centuries.

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Statistics and their Interpretation;

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Introduction

Maritime accidents have been occurring for centuries.

But who do you think has the highest rate of survival between men, women, children and crew members?

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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First Scenario

Empress of Ireland

Early morning, May 29, 1914: The Empress of Ireland collides with another boat. 15 minutes after the collision, she sinks to the bottom of the St-Lawrence River.

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Statistics for the Empress of Ireland

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Second Scenario

Titanic

At 11:40 PM, the Titanic Struck an iceberg. Although the watertight doors were closed, it sank about three hours later.

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Statistics for Titanic

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Comparing Graphs of Both Tragedies

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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The Lesson Plan

Students will learn to use statistics in the form of tables and graphs to interpret information on a particular event or population.

Aim

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Group Discussion

  • Groups of five: 10 minutes to discuss reasons for differing statistics

  • Information recorded on blackboard

  • Facts about both accidents given

  • 5 minutes to discuss in groups

  • Additional information added on board

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Alternative Class Discussion

  • Class discussion on differing statistics

  • Teacher asks key questions

  • Information recorded on the board by students

  • Facts about both accidents given

  • 5 minutes to further discuss

  • Additional information added on board

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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For Both Types of Discussion

Wrap-up of what was learned and how it can be used to gain information will follow.

Questions designed to make them think a little further are asked.

Example: What other categories could the passengers and crew be separated in?

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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QEP Guidelines

According to the QEP, students should be able to organize and choose certain tools to present data:

Construct tables

Construct bar graphs, broken-line graphs and circle graphs

Highlight some of the information that can be derived from a table or a graph

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Cross-Curricular Intellectual Competencies

Uses information

Solves problems

Exercises critical judgment

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Assignment

  • An assignment on statistics from Census Canada

  • Compares % of working population for both genders

  • Designed to make them think about possible explanations for statistics

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Sample Assignment Questions

Fill in this table

Use the information in the table to build a graph of your choice. Choose the kind of graph which you think will be most useful to interpret the data and explain your choice.

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Assignment Questions

What is the general tendency when comparing percentages from 1980 to 1995? How do these differ or compare? What do you think could explain this result?

What do you think will be the tendency for these percentages for the year 2005 ?

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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Links and Resources

The Lesson Plan on Statistics

The Assignment

The Assignment Correction

Quebec Education Program

Titanic Link

Musée de la Mer (Empress of Ireland)

Statistics Canada

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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In Conclusion

By

Francois Girardin

and

Jason Chen

Introduction

QEP

Guidelines

Links and

Resources

Conclusion

Lesson Plan

Assignment


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