Year 3

Year 3

# Interpreting and presenting data in pictograms and bar charts

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will construct pictograms and bar charts from given data, as well as looking at the limitations of graphs.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Tallies are recorded in groups of ...
1
2
3
4
Q2.
What does this tally show?
1
4
6
Q3.
Which mode of transport has 7?
bicycle
bus
Car
Q4.
How many buses were seen?
1
2
3
5
Q5.
When are tallies not very useful?
If the numbers are very small
If there are only 3 different things being recorded
When recording modes of transport
Correct answer: When the numbers are large

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Is this a pictogram or a bar chart?
Bar chart
Q2.
If this symbol represents 5 what would a whole one represent?
2
20
6
Q3.
What would be a good title for this data?
Colour of cars seen from the playground
Ice-creams eaten in one week
Correct answer: Leaves found in the park
Weather in Dover
Q4.
Bar charts can make large amounts of data easier to understand than pictograms, true or false?
False