 This page lists the GCSE Higher Data activities that are available once the resource has been purchased by your school

Specifying and Planning Primary and secondary data Classifying types of data Grouping data Identifying bias Choosing a method of sampling
Collecting Data Using a frequency table Designing a data collection sheet Deciding how to collect the data Using a two-way table Using stratified sampling
Processing Data Finding the modal class Calculating the mean from a frequency table Calculating an estimate for the mean from a grouped frequency table Calculating a moving average: SAMPLE AVAILABLE Estimating the median and quartiles for large sets of data
Representing Data Constructing a pie chart Diagrams for continuous data Scatter diagrams Stem and leaf diagrams: SAMPLE AVAILABLE Cumulative frequency diagrams Box and whisker diagrams Histograms
Interpreting and Discussing Rainfall and frequency diagrams Comparing bus journeys Identifying correlation I Identifying correlation II Comparing experimental and theoretical probabilities Understanding relative frequency Comparing reaction times Identifying seasonality Understanding frequency density: SAMPLE AVAILABLE
Probability Using basic probabilit Estimating using probability Using a sample space diagram Addition of simple probabilities Calculating probabilities involving mutually exclusive events Using a tree diagram to show different outcomes Using a tree diagram to work out probabilities when events are independent Calculating probabilities involving independent events Using a tree diagram to work out probabilities when events are not independent
Key
Appropriate for all students studying the GCSE Higher Tier course
Appropriate for students aiming to get a grade C or higher
Appropriate for students aiming to get a grade B or higher
Appropriate for students aiming to get a grade A or higher
Appropriate for students aiming to get a grade A*