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BLOCK C              UNIT2C1                Handling data and measures

LEARNING OVERVIEW                                          PRIOR LEARNING                                 STRAND OBJECTIVES
Children                                               Check that children can already:                   Using and Applying
 process, present and interpret data to
   answer a question by collecting and                choosing and using suitable equipment and
 use various contexts, including measurement,
recording information in a list or table           selecting, organising and presenting
to generate data
information in lists, tables and simple
 make comparisons and draw conclusions                  present outcomes using practical
diagrams
 classify numbers and objects and organise
resources, pictures, block graphs or        Measuring
them in lists and simple tables
 sort objects and numbers into groups                    pictograms                                        Estimate, compare and measure lengths,
according to one criterion                            use diagrams to sort objects into groups           weights and capacities, choosing and using
 solve problems and respond to questions                                                                    standard units (m, cm, kg, litre) and suitable
according to a given criterion; suggest a
relating to the data                                                                                      measuring instruments
different criterion for grouping the same         Read the numbered divisions on a scale, and
 listen to others in class and respond to their
suggestions                                            objects                                            interpret the divisions between them (e.g. on
 collect data quickly and answer questions                                                                  a scale from 0 to 25 with intervals of 1
   estimate, measure, weigh and compare
based on their table                                                                                      shown but only the divisions 0, 5, 10, 15 and
objects using suitable uniform non-                20 numbered); use a ruler to draw and
 use standard units of measure as they follow
an enquiry                                             standard units and measuring instruments,          measure lines to the nearest centimetre
 carry out sorting activities to compare                 for example a lever balance, metre stick    Handling Data
lengths against a metre rule, and weights of                                                             Answer a question by collecting and
or measuring jug
various objects against a kilogram, half-                                                                 recording data in lists and tables; represent
   name common 2-D shapes and 3-D solids              the data as block graphs or pictograms to
kilogram or another given measure
and describe their features.                       show results; use ICT to organise and
present data
   Use lists, tables and diagrams to sort
objects; explain choices using appropriate
language, including 'not'
Speaking and Listening
   Listen to others in class, ask relevant
Vocabulary

problem, question, explain, predict, pattern, collect,                                                             unit, centimetre (cm), metre (m), kilogram (kg), half-
more/less, most/least, most/least popular,
organise, compare, order, sort, group, classify, same,                                                             kilogram, litre (l), half-litre, ruler, metre stick, tape
most/least common, about the same as, enough, not
different, property, represent, interpret, count,                                                                  measure, balance, scales, container, measuring jug,
enough, too much, too little, too many, too few,
tally, vote, measure, weigh, guess, estimate                                                                       capacity, weight, length, width, height, depth, size,
nearly, roughly, about, close to, just over, just under
information, graph, block graph, pictogram, diagram,                                                               long, short, tall, high, low, wide, narrow, deep,
symbol, set, list, table, label, title                                                                             shallow, thick, thin and comparatives such as
longer/longest, heavier/heaviest, holds more/holds
most
AUTUMN TERM                                  BLOCK 2C1 Handling data and measures                                             YEAR 2
Oral and Mental Objectives and             Whole Class Teaching                 Independent Activities              Plenary         Learning
Vocabulary                                                                                                    Outcome
Day 1              To collect and    Show children table on IWB to         Children to complete block graph      educationcity   Children will
To explain what    record data in    collect information on favourite      to show the information collected     site            have
each number in a   lists and         sandwich fillings.                    in class teaching                     Summer fair     recorded
2 digit number
tables and        Children give examples of fillings.                                         Level 1         data in a
represents
Use beadstrings to represent the     Fill in table.                        One group to use computers –                          block graph.
show number        data as a block   Show children how to put this         2Simple 2Graph
partitioned        graph.            information into a block graph
To use ICT to     using squared paper.
represent         Show how to use 2Simple – 2Graph
information.

Day 2             To collect and     Display a blank frequency table on    Children work in pairs with half a    Show children   Children will
To make amounts   record data in     IWB and use the left-hand column      pack of mixed playing cards. They     a block graph   have
of money up to    lists and          to list 5 drinks. Explain that you    must turn over the cards and          see             collected data
50p
tables and         are going to use this to record the   complete a frequency table for        attachments     and recorded
BBC Bitesize
website - money   represent the      answers to your survey.               the suits they have.                  on IWB          it in a block
graph.             questions about the data.             Put the results into a block graph.   interpret
To use ICT to                                            One group use 2Simple 2Graph          data
represent
information.
Oral and Mental Objectives and            Whole Class Teaching                  Independent Activities              Plenary          Learning
Vocabulary                                                                                                     Outcome
Day 3              To collect and Work through IWB screens on              Give each child a small box of        Ask questions   Children will
To extend a        record data in sorting Smarties into colours and        Smarties.                             relating to     have
number sequence    lists and       putting in a block graph                Children sort in to colours using a   data            collected data
Using a 100 square
tables and                                              tally chart and then put the data     collected       and recorded
find the next
number in a given  represent the                                           into a block graph.                                   it in a block
sequence. Show on  data as a block                                                                                               graph.
a fan              graph.                                                  One group to use 2Simple 2Graph
To use ICT to                                           to display data
represent
information.

Day 4                 To be able to   Introduce a one unit = one picture   Children to complete pictogram of Ask questions       Children will
To show the time      collect data    pictogram                            favourite animals for class       relating to         have
on clocks to the      and interpret   IWB silly hats                                                         pictogram           collected data
hour and half
it in a         Complete tally chart for favourite                                     completed           and recorded
hour
Small clocks          pictogram.      fruit information                                                                          it in a
Give children times                   show children how to represent                                                             pictogram.
to show on their                      this in a pictogram
clocks                                Collect information on favourite
animal
Oral and              Objectives and           Whole Class Teaching                Independent Activities            Plenary           Learning
Mental                  Vocabulary                                                                                                     Outcome
Day 5                To be able to      Show the children sheet showing       Children to collect information     Why did we        Children will
To add and           collect data       how many times horses have won        about birthdays.                    decide not to use have
subtract numbers                                                                                                  1 symbol=1 unit?
and interpret it   their race.                           Record the information in a tally                     collected
to 50                                                                                                             What would the
in a pictogram     Discuss the fact that this time       chart.                              pictogram look    data and
BBC Bitesize
website – addition   where the          each picture represents 2.            Display using a pictogram where     like if we used 1 recorded it in
and subtraction -    symbol             Complete tally chart for children‟s   the symbol represents 2 units.      symbol = 4        a pictogram
hard                 represents 2       favourite food.                                                           units/5 units/10  where the
units?
units.             show them how to put this into a                                                            symbol
Can you give a
pictogram where 1 picture                                                 reason why using represents 2
represents 2 children. How can I                                          1 symbol = 2      units.
show 1 child?                                                             units was the
best for our
pictogram?
Do you think
anything else
would have been
better
Day 6                To use a table     Work through                          Give children some dominoes to      Children to       Children will
To recognise odd     or diagram to      www.primaryresources                  work in pairs.                      share how         have sorted
and even             sort objects       sorting game                          They sort them, place them in a     they have         objects and
numbers
and numbers        Children then to sort a variety of    sorting diagram and write how       sorted their      numbers into
Give cards with
numbers up to        into groups        shapes and say how they have          they have sorted them               dominoes.         groups
fifty so that        according to       sorted them.                                                              Could we have     according to
children have one    one criterion.     eg                                                                        added any         one criterion.
or more cards                           3 sides / not 3 sides etc                                                 more to their
each. Children to
circles?
show their card if
it is; an odd                           Show how to sort dominoes into 2
number, an even                         groups
number, a two                           eg 7 spots/ more than 7 spots etc
digit odd/even
number etc
Oral and         Objectives and           Whole Class Teaching                 Independent Activities           Plenary        Learning
Mental             Vocabulary                                                                                                  Outcome
Day 7            To estimate,      Remind children of measurements        Using rulers children measure      Work through Children will
To order         compare and       used to measure length. Order the      the objects on their table, and    Space city on have
numbers          measure length.   different units.                       record the measurements in cm.     educationcity. estimated,
BBC Bitesize
Read divisions    Put a variety of objects on carpet –                                      net            compared and
website – Number
ordering - hard  on a scale and    children order them from shortest                                                        measured
use a ruler to    to longest.                                                                              length.
measure           Show a metre stick. How many                                                             They will have
objects to the    centimetres in a metre? in half a                                                        used a ruler
nearest           metre? Find something shorter than                                                       to measure a
centimetre.       a metre / longer than a metre etc                                                        length.
Use “ruler” on Interactive teaching
programs to remind children how to
measure using a ruler.

Day 8              To estimate,    Remind children of measurements        Use a balance to compare           Discuss ways    Children will
To estimate        compare and     used to measure weight.                weights of objects on table.       children used   have
amounts of         measure         gram ( g ) and kilogram ( kg )         Order from lightest to heaviest.   to put          estimated,
money and
weights.                                                                                  weights in      compared and
calculate actual
amount             To use a        Put some objects on carpet and                                            order.          measured
Put 3 coins in     balance to      some weights                                                                              weight.
hand and ask       compare         1g 100g 1kg
questions
objects.        Children have to say whether object
eg what might my
is heavier or lighter than a given
coins be?
what might they                    weight.
be worth?                          Use a balance to compare 2 things
What is the most                   to see which is lighter
my 3 coins could
be worth?
whiteboards.
Oral and             Objectives and          Whole Class Teaching              Independent Activities            Plenary        Learning
Mental                 Vocabulary                                                                                              Outcome
Day 9                To estimate,     Remind children of unit used to     Children in their group to sort a   Work through Children will
To recall number     compare and      measure capacity                    set of containers according to      Kuko run level have
bonds to 20          measure          litre ( l )                         whether they will hold a litre of   2 on           estimated,
Children sit in a
capacity.        Use ITP Measuring Cylinder          water, less than a litre or more    educationcity. compared and
circle and one
stands behind.       Read divisions   Have scale in 1‟s going up to 50.   than a litre.                       net            measured
They are going to    on a measuring   Children read off from scale how                                                       capacity.
try to get „round    jug.             much liquid there is.
number bond
question. If the
child standing is
they move to
stand behind the
for next question.
If the seated
child is first to
change places and
that child tries
to move „round
the world‟
Day 10
subtract
numbers
Give each child a
set of 0-9 cards.
Ask questions                           Assessment for the unit of work
eg hold up 3
cards that total
20
hold up 2 cards
that make 14 etc.

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