### FOCUS AREA 5: Graphical representation and data analysis A student represents and interprets data in graphs, tables and diagrams

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ASPECTS OF NUMERACY FOCUS AREA 5

early in STAGE 1
A student:

end of STAGE 1
A student:

INTERPRETING AND ANALYSING DATA
• Collects data and tracks what has been counted

• Poses questions and collects categorical data

REPRESENTING DATA IN GRAPHS AND TIMELINES
• Creates data displays using objects and pictures (one-to-one correspondence) and interprets them
• Uses a range of methods to sort information, including pictures and tables to match objects and events
• Represents data and the location of places and their features by constructing tables, plans and labelled maps

• Creates and interprets data displays using lists, tables and picture graphs (one-to-one correspondence) and interprets them

INTERPRETING CHANCE EVENTS AND PROBABILITY
• Recognises the element of chance in familiar situations
• Describes chance events using everyday language

• Identifies practical activities and everyday events that involve chance
• Describes events as ‘likely’ or ‘unlikely’
• Distinguishes between ‘possible’ and ‘impossible’ events
• Identifies some events as ‘certain’ or ‘impossible’

KLA APPLICATION AND CONSIDERATIONS

LANGUAGES

• Sorts information into categories in the target language, e.g. foods and drinks

GEOGRAPHY

• Collects and records geographical data and information
• Represents data, the location of places and their features by constructing tables, plans and labelled maps
• Draws conclusions based on interpretation of geographical information sorted into categories

HISTORY

• Graphs the structure of families

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

• Suggests observations that could be made to collect data and information about questions and predictions
• Uses a range of methods to gather data

LANGUAGES

• Poses questions in the target language to collect simple data, e.g. likes and dislikes; pets
• Interprets data using lists, tables and picture graphs in the target language

ENGLISH

• Identifies and uses page numbering, diagrams and timelines to organise texts

GEOGRAPHY

• Collects and records geographical data and information, including conducting surveys Represents data by constructing tables, column graphs, pictographs and tally charts