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```					Unit   13     Handling Data                             Four daily lessons

Year 2        Summer Term

Unit Objectives
Year 2
Solve a problem by sorting classifying    `                 This Unit Plan is designed to guide your
and organising information in a table,                      teaching.
pictogram or block graph.
You will need to adapt it to meet the
Discuss and explain results.                                needs of your class.

Resources needed to teach this unit

Resource sheet 13:1
Year 1                                         Year 3
Squares of coloured sticky paper
Solve a problem by organise                Solve a given problem organising and
information in a list or table.            interpreting data in Venn and Carroll   Large sheet plain paper.
diagrams – one criterion.
Discuss and explain results.                                                       OHT 13:2
13:3
13:4

2 prepared blank graphs

(Key objectives in bold)
Day: One                           Unit: 13 Handling Data                                Term: 3                    Year Group:2

MAIN TEACHING                                                                                  PLENARY
Objectives & vocab         Teaching Activities                                                 Teaching Activities/Focus Questions

Solve a problem by         Sports Day / Summer fete / Drinks Survey.                           Put up O.H.T. 13:1
sorting, classifying and
organising information     Collect data in table groups.                                       Ask the children what the graph is about.
in a table, pictogram or
block graph.               Children can sit at a particular table if they like orange,         Discuss what one book on the graph
water, milk, lemon, blackcurrant.                                   represents.

Vocabulary                 As a class collect the data and put together a frequency            Q     How many books were borrowed
tally                      table using tallying.                                                     on Monday?
pictogram
most popular                What do we like to drink                                           Q     On which day were most books
least popular               Drink                                      Total                         borrowed?
represent
water                11111 11              7                       Q     How many books were borrowed
milk                                                                     altogether?
Resources                   orange
Resource sheet 13:1         lemon                                                              Q     How many MORE books were
OHT 13:1                    ribena                                                                   borrowed on Tuesday than
Wednesday?
Agree to a symbol e.g. a tumbler.
By the end of the lesson the children
Use the symbol to represent one child. Assemble a                   should be able to:
pictogram together.                                                  use tallying
 solve a problem by organising
information onto a pictogram.
Day: Two                                   Unit: 13 Handling Data                         Term: 3                      Year Group:2

MAIN TEACHING                                                                        PLENARY
Objectives & vocab         Teaching Activities                                       Teaching Activities/Focus Questions
Solve a problem by         Problem to solve.                                         Display O.H.T. 13:2
sorting, classifying and
organising information     Which colour is the favourite of most children in the     Q How many days in March were windy?
in a table, pictogram or   class?
block graph.               Discuss how we are going to find the answer.              Q How many days were sunny?
Discuss how to organise a survey.
Ask children for their ideas.                             Q How many days did it rain?
Provide sticky squares in trays.
Each child chooses a square.                              Ask the children to make up their own questions.
These are then stuck to a chart which the children help
to prepare.                                               By the end of the lesson the children will be able
Teach that the graph must have two axes with labels       to
and a title.                                               .solve a problem by sorting information and
Prepare the sheet together                                   organising into a block graph.
horizontal axis – colour
vertical axis – number of children                        Display O.H.T. 13:3 and/or 13:4
Resources                  Title – Our Favourite Colours
Squares of coloured        Interpret the graph
sticky paper                                                                         Q What must we do to complete it?
Large sheet plain          Q How many people like blue?
paper                                                                                Q Can you remember how many days of rain
O.H.T. 13:2                Q What is the least favourite colour?                     there were in March?
13:3
13:4                       Q What is the most popular colour?                        Q Who can colour in the column for rainy days?

Q How many more children like red                         Q How many more days was it sunny
than yellow?                                              rather than cloudy?

Ask the children to think of their own questions.         By the end of the lesson the children should be
able to
organise information into a block graph.
Day: Three/Four                           Unit: 13 Handling Data                             Term: 3                  Year Group:2

MAIN TEACHING                                                                                PLENARY
Objectives & vocab         Teaching Activities                                               Teaching Activities/Focus Questions
Solve a problem by         School Trip                                                       Discuss data with larger numbers.
sorting, classifying and   What flavour ice cream is favourite?
organising information     Discuss various flavours of ice-cream.                            Q     What if 18 people chose
in a table, pictogram or   At this point ask the children if they have a way of collecting         chocolate?
block graph.               the information needed. In their group ask them to produce
a frequency table.                                                Q     Have we enough room?

Vocabulary                 Q How can we make sure that we’ve asked everybody?                Q     What can we do?
most popular
least popular              Bring children together and compare their results.                Q     Can one square represent 2
label                                                                                              people?
title                      Q Did your data collection method work?
block graph                                                                                  Q     How can we show one person?
represent                  Q What did you find out?                                          5 people?
tally
Q Did we all find out the same thing?                             On new axes prepare a graph to
represent
Resources                  Q Should we all have the same results?                            18 children like chocolate
 Squares of coloured                                                                        7 children like vanilla
Sticky paper             Day Four                                                          using 1 square for 2 people.
 2 prepared blank         Draw axes on a flip chart.
graphs                   Discuss together how to put the information onto a graph –        By the end of the lesson the children
one symbol for each person.                                       should be able to
Emphasise the title, the labels for the axes etc. Stick a          solve a problem by sorting information
coloured square / symbol on for each tally.                          and organising into a block graph.

Q Which is the most popular?

Q Which is the least popular?

Q How many children like vanilla and chocolate?
Year 2 Unit !3 (Summer Term)   O.H.T. 13:1
Year 2 Unit 13 (Summer Term)   O.H.T. 13.2
Year 2 Unit 13 (Summer Term)   O.H.T. 13.3
Year 2 Unit 13 (Summer Term)   O.H.T. 13.4

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