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apt4Stats: Set of 13 PowerPoint Presentations on Representing Data for GCSE Statistics

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This set of 13 PowerPoint Presentations, written by a highly experienced teacher (of 25+ years), senior examiner and reviser for Maths and Stats examinations, are designed for use by:

  • any teacher – not necessarily a maths specialist – as part of their own delivery of lessons.
  • students working independently.

They can be used by:

  • cover teachers.
  • students who are unable to attend their lesson in person.

Each PowerPoint Presentation includes:

  • Lesson objectives
  • Step-by-step explanations of the subject matter
  • Examples to aid understanding
  • Questions to check understanding
  • Answers to questions, with explanations
  • Suggestions regarding which topic(s) should be moved on to next.

Product Information

This set of 13 PowerPoint Presentations (225 slides excluding Title Pages) covers the following topics relating to ‘Representing Data’: 

  • 01 Block Diagrams and Dot Plots (12 slides): Explains how to draw, read and interpret block diagrams and dot plots.
  • 02 Pictograms (16 slides): Explains how to draw, read and interpret pictograms; highlights how pictograms are suitable charts for representing qualitative data.
  • 03 Bar Charts, Bar Line Graphs and Frequency Diagrams – Polygons (26 slides): Explains how to produce, read and interpret a variety of bar charts and vertical line graphs, as well as frequency diagrams and polygons.
  • 04 Population Pyramids & Choropleth Maps (15 slides): Explains how to use and interpret population pyramids and how to produce and interpret choropleth maps.
  • 05 Line Graphs (9 slides): Explains how to plot / draw, read off and interpret simple line graphs.
  • 06 Stepped Tables and Two-way Tables (18 slides): Explains how to use stepped tables and how to complete, read and interpret two-way tables.
  • 07 Pie Charts (18 slides): Explains how to draw and interpret pie charts.
  • 08 Comparative Pie Charts (10 slides): Revises the equation for the area of a circle and finding fractions of amounts, before explaining how to draw and interpret comparative pie charts.
  • 09 Scatter Diagrams (40 slides): Explains how to plot a scatter diagram, explains correlation – types and strength, how to draw and use lines of best fit, and how to find and interpret the equation of the linear regression line.
  • 10 Correlation Coefficients (11 slides): Explains how to interpret the Product Moment Correlation Coefficient (PMCC) and how to calculate and interpret the Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient (SRCC) of paired data.
  • 11 Stem and Leaf Diagrams (17 slides): Explains how to produce stem and leaf diagrams, including back-to-back stem and leaf diagrams.
  • 12 Histograms (14 slides): Explains how to produce and interpret histograms.
  • 13 Misleading Graphs and other Data Representations (19 slides): Explains how diagrams, charts and graphs might be misleading.

These PowerPoints are one of 4 sets of PowerPoint Presentations that APT Initiatives Ltd has published to support teachers and students of GCSE Statistics. Other sets concern:

  • Collecting Data
  • Analysing Data
  • Probability

Download Sample Material

apt4Stats PowerPoint on Representing Data - Line Graphs

Key Information

The purchase of this resource comes with a licence to make the resource available in digital and / or in print form (including photocopying) to the staff and students attending the purchasing institution, ie the individual school / college on a single site.

The resource may be distributed via a secure virtual learning environment. It must not be made available on any public or insecure website or other platform.

The resource must not be distributed to other institutions that are members of the same academy chain or similar organisation; each individual institution must purchase their own copy of the resource direct from APT Initiatives Ltd.

The resource (or any part of the resource) must not be distributed to any other individual or organisation in any form, or by any means. Any person who does any unauthorised act in relation to this publication may be liable to criminal prosecution and civil claims for damages.

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