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### Handling Data

### LO: To read and write any whole number

### LO: To read and write any whole number

### LO: To read and write any whole number

### LO: Discuss language associated with chance and likelihood of particular events.

### low risk of particular events.

### What have we learned? of particular events.

### Handling Data of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to read and write any whole number. of particular events.

### LO: to discuss the chance or likelihood of particular events.

### What have we learned? events.

### Handling Data events.

### LO: to record and write any whole number events.

### Solve a problem by representing and events.interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams.

### What have we learned? events.

Day 1

6000

700

6748

40

If we change the digit 4 to 1, what is the new number?

8

If we change the digit 7 to 9 in this number now, what is the new number?

6748

If we change the digit 7 to 9 in this number now, what is the new number?

6748

6948

How has the size of the original number changed?

13.06.05

Weather Forecast of particular events.

Rain, likely.

Strong winds, certain

Temperature reaching 8 degrees, possible.

Weather Forecast of particular events.

Rain, likely.

Strong winds, certain

Temperature reaching 8 degrees, possible.

What time of year is it?

Weather Forecast of particular events.

Rain, likely.

Strong winds, certain

Temperature reaching 8 degrees, possible.

What time of year is it?

Weather Forecast of particular events.

Sun, good chance.

Light winds, possible.

Temperature reaching 20 degrees, unlikely

Chance of showers, even.

What time of year is it?

Weather Forecast of particular events.

Sun, good chance.

Light winds, possible.

Temperature reaching 20 degrees, unlikely

Chance of showers, even.

What time of year is it?

LO: Use language associated with chance. of particular events.

Work in groups to put as many of these phrases into a sentence about the weather and say if the sentence relates to winter, summer autumn or spring.

e.g. There is a fair chance of blue skies today (spring – as the weather is warmer)

probable

good chance

Can you use any of these three phrases in a sentence that relates to what you will be doing at lunchtime?

: to use the vocabulary of PROBABILITY to describe events which have a good chance of happening and those which have a poor chance.

Day 2

13.06.05

409,765

509,765

519,765

520,765

520,865

520,875

520,876

409,765

309,765

299,765

298,765

298,665

298,655

298,654

569, 354 of particular events.

672,103

130,782

147,023

What number will you get?+ 1000

+ 8

+ 300

+ 60, 000

14.06.05

- Remember ‘Chance’ words like: events.
- likely
- Probable
- Impossible
- good chance
- poor chance
- even chance
- definate.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

9 events.

7

LO: to discuss the chance or likelihood of particular events.

Poor chance

Work in pairs to agree where the words should go BEFORE you record them.

To discuss events which have a good chance of happening and those that have a poor chance.

Day 5

17.06.05

12, 995 events.

What is 5 more than this number?

12, 995 events.

What is 3000 less than this number?

17.06.05

Line Graph events.

When was it coldest? events.

When did it warm up the most? events.

Task events.I would like you to solve a problem. You are to work in groups and investigate the distance travelled by a ball rolled down a ramp when the steepness of the ramp is changed. Each group will test a ball of a different size. You are first to collect data and then represent this on a line graph.

Predictions events.

What will each axis represent? events.

To draw and interpret a line graph;

To understand that intermediate

points may or may not have

meaning.

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