Scatter Graphs - Complete Unit of Work

Scatter Graphs - Complete Unit of Work
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In this unit, students will learn how to use scatter graphs in data handling. They will begin by learning how to draw a scatter graph, and then to interpret the points on a scatter graph and the overall trend of the graph, including understanding this trend in the context of the problem. Students will then draw lines of best fit and use these to predict extra values, using both interpolation and extrapolation and understanding the reliability of each. The unit finishes by looking at correlation, and its links to causality.


This pack is designed to provide teachers with complete lesson plans and classroom resources to teach excellent lessons. It is designed to both teach the mathematical content and draw students into deeper consideration of its implications, including the mathematical reasoning and problem solving skills required for the new Maths GCSE.


5 Lesson Plans: Full ready-to-use lesson plans on the following topics:

- Drawing scatter graphs
- Interpreting scatter graphs
- Lines of best fit
- Predicting points on a scatter graph
- Correlation and causality

Lesson Resources: A variety of additional resources to accompany the lesson plans, including student worksheets and aids for students needing extra support.

Homework Activity: A further activity to give students to complete at home.

Assessment: A series of questions to enable you to assess the progress of students in this unit of work.
Total Pages
26 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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