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Handling Data. Day 1. LO: To read and write any whole number. LO: To read and write any whole number. 6748. LO: To read and write any whole number. 6000. 6748. LO: To read and write any whole number. 6000. 700. 6748. LO: To read and write any whole number. 6000. 700. 6748. 40.

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lo to read and write any whole number6

LO: To read and write any whole number

6000

700

6748

40

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

8

lo to read and write any whole number8

LO: To read and write any whole number

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

6748

lo to read and write any whole number9

LO: To read and write any whole number

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?

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Weather Forecast

Rain, likely.

Strong winds, certain

Temperature reaching 8 degrees, possible.

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Weather Forecast

Rain, likely.

Strong winds, certain

Temperature reaching 8 degrees, possible.

What time of year is it?

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Weather Forecast

Rain, likely.

Strong winds, certain

Temperature reaching 8 degrees, possible.

What time of year is it?

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Weather Forecast

Sun, good chance.

Light winds, possible.

Temperature reaching 20 degrees, unlikely

Chance of showers, even.

What time of year is it?

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Weather Forecast

Sun, good chance.

Light winds, possible.

Temperature reaching 20 degrees, unlikely

Chance of showers, even.

What time of year is it?

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LO: Use language associated with chance.

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)

low risk

low risk

probable

good chance

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

what have we learned

What have we learned?

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

what number will you get
569, 354

672,103

130,782

147,023

What number will you get?

+ 1000

+ 8

+ 300

+ 60, 000

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

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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.

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50:50 chance

Read a book

Go for a walk

watch tv

do nothing

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50:50 chance

Read a book

Go for a walk

watch tv

do nothing

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50:50 chance

Read a book

Go for a walk

watch tv

do nothing

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50:50 chance

Read a book

Go for a walk

watch tv

do nothing

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50:50 chance

Read a book

Go for a walk

watch tv

do nothing

what have we learned1

What have we learned?

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

12 995
12, 995

What is 5 more than this number?

12 9951
12, 995

What is 3000 less than this number?

solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables charts graphs and diagrams

Solve a problem by representing andinterpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams.

17.06.05

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TaskI 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.
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What will each axis represent?

The steepness of the ramp

Distance the ball rolls

what have we learned2

What have we learned?

To draw and interpret a line graph;

To understand that intermediate

points may or may not have

meaning.

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