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Maths Lesson Monday 27th April

Recording and representing data

 

Good Morning everyone smiley We hope you had a lovely weekend in the sunshine!

 

Warm Up - Practise the Times Table Mash up with the Supermovers!

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-the-times-tables-mash-up-with-monty-magpie-billy-the-badger/znxcpg8

 

Main session -

 

Today we are going to be learning about data. We have learnt about data previously, so let's start with a few questions to re-jog your memory.

 

What is data?

What do I mean if I said I was going to collect data?

 

(Discuss the answers to these questions with a grown up and then answer the questions in your books)

 

I want you to think back to last week during your topic and literacy lessons when you had to use a Venn Diagram. A Venn diagram uses two criteria to sort (the 2 circles) but can sometimes be in both (overlap of circles) 

 

Watch this video about venn diagrams -

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=161&v=CkV_uRErIqk&feature=emb_logo

 

Have a go at the venn diagrams in the link below 

 

https://nrich.maths.org/6290

 

Draw each venn diagram into your maths book and record your answers. Remember the space in the middle needs to have both criteria.

 

For example if the criteria was -

 

Odd numbers and multiples of 5 

(Odd would go into 1 circle and multiples of 5 would go into the other)

 

The numbers in the middle section would need to have numbers that are both odd and a multiple of 5.

 

5 would be an odd number and a multiple of 5 so it would go into the middle section.

3 would be and odd number but not a multiple of 5.

10 would be a multiple of 5 but not an odd number.

 

Take your time with this activity as it can be very easy to make a mistake. Once you have finished make sure you check over your answers.

 

Good Luck everyone yes

 

 

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