# Mathematics / Foundation / Statistics and Probability / Data representation and interpretation

Curriculum content descriptions

Answer yes/no questions to collect information and make simple inferences (ACMSP011)

Elaborations
• posing questions about themselves and familiar objects and events
• representing responses to questions using simple displays, including grouping students according to their answers
• using data displays to answer simple questions such as ‘how many students answered “yes” to having brown hair?’
General capabilities
• Numeracy Numeracy
ScOT terms

Questionnaires

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### Peg + Cat: Sort the recycling

Peg, Cat and her neighbour Lady Viv sort and recycle junk left behind in the field. Not only does this clip show how important recycling is it also can be used to discuss organising information and graphing.

### reSolve: Statistics - Shoes

This lesson engages students in gathering and representing data on the shoes that students wear to school. Students work together as a class to sort their shoes into different categories of their choosing. They organise and represent their data using a picture graph, then use the graph to answer questions and make simple ...

### Using data about favourite foods

Flynn helps Dodly gather information about monsters' favourite foods for Dodly's new cafe menu. Watch and learn while the two monsters research their friends' favourite foods and then display and organise this information. Will Flynn ever get fed at Cafe de Dodly?

### How many birds?

Follow three young bird watchers as they count how many birds they can find outside. They count how many bird types they see and then record their observations in a table.