# Statistical Literacy Units of Work

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### Level 1 Statistical Literacy

 Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title make a statement about a data display decide if a statement about a data display is true or false match a statement to the appropriate graph Match Ups

### Level 2 Statistical Literacy

 Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title make a statement about a data display decide if they agree or disagree with a statement about the data display give reasons to support their evaluation of the statement True or False make a statement about probabilities shown on a spinner evaluate statements classmates make about probabilities shown on a spinner provide reasons to support their evaluation of the statement Statements about Probability

### Level 3 Statistical Literacy

Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title
 S3-2 S3-1
• interpret information from graphs
• make statements based on data shown on graphs
• identify the most suitable graph to show survey results
• construct graph using Excel
Which Graph? with Excel
• display collected data in an appropriate format
• produce bar charts of data using Microsoft Excel
• make statements about implications or possible events based on selected data
A name is vital

### Level 4 Statistical Literacy

Achievement Objectives Learning Outcomes Unit title
 S4-1
• agree or disagree with a statement made about the findings of statistical investigations
• give a reason for their evaluation of the statement
• complete a statistical investigation by collecting, displaying and discussing data
• critically explore the validity of claims based on data
• evaluate the quality of survey items that are developed by others
• create survey items that align to a research question
• administer a survey, collate and display the data, and report findings
• recognise variables and measures in an existing data set
• establish criteria and use these to sort data
• display data using dot plots and scatterplots for numeric data, and bar and pie charts for categoric data
• use graphs to make comparisons between groups
• justify conclusions based on data
• Identify an area of interest to investigate.
• Find data displays including graphs, tables, and non-traditional data representations, that can inform the investigation e.g. from websites and other sources.
• Explore the information behind the data displays to make sense of the data and use it to explore an area of interest.
• Interpret and use data displays.
• Discuss features of a data display.
• Communicate findings.