Year 4 Statistics and Probability program is aligned with the relevant outcomes from the Statistics and Probability strand of the Australian curriculum. Students studying Statistics and Probability Year 4 explore the differences between categorical and numerical data, they choose appropriate graphs to represent categorical data and interpret misleading graphs.
Representing Categorical Data 8 concepts
Identify misleading representations of data
Determine a suitable scale of many-to-one correspondence to draw graphs for large data sets and state the key used
Create a survey with a suitable question and related recording sheet
evaluate the effectiveness of various data displays found in media and in factual texts.
Compare features of data displays, including considering the number and appropriateness of the categories used
Represent given categorical data in tables using a scale of many-to-one correspondence
Represent given categorical data in picture graphs using a scale of many-to-one correspondence
Represent given categorical data in column graphs using a scale of many-to-one correspondence
Chance 7 concepts
Compare events where the chance of one event occurring is not affected by the occurrence of the other.
Compare the chance of familiar events occurring and describe the events as being more likely or less likely to occur than each other
Identify and discuss events where the chance of one event occurring will not be affected by the occurrence of the other
Compare the likelihood of obtaining particular outcomes in a simple chance experiment
Identify and discuss everyday events occurring that cannot occur at the same time
Use the terms equally likely, likely and unlikely to describe the chance of everyday events occurring
Order events from least likely to most likely to occur
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