Education
Age range: 11-14
Duration: 30-59 mins
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  • Biology
  • Mathematics

Presenting fitness data

Learn how to graphically represent a range of fitness levels

The ‘Who’s the winner’ scheme of work provides students with an opportunity to collect data which they can use as evidence to debate whether people should be encouraged to engage in computer-based sport activities. The investigation highlights how difficult it is to control all variables and therefore carry out a fair test. The students’ evaluation of the investigation will allow them the chance to question the validity of the data, question the size of the data set used and question the time span data needs to be collected over before it can be used to confirm a claim.

Activity info, teachers' notes and curriculum links

An engaging activity in which students will use the data gathered during the investigation to contextualise cumulative frequency curves.

The activity sheet includes teacher notes, guidance, useful web links, and links (where appropriate) to the national curriculum in each of the four devolved UK nations; England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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