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2.10 Experiments AS 91265

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Possible Lesson Sequence for 2.10 Experiments AS 91265

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For Teachers

AS 2.10 Experiments AS 91265 (3 credit internally assessed)

Achievement Standard 2.10

* Be familiar with the Achievement Standard 2.10 #91268 (link to NZQA)

* Check the latest information on the NZQA clarifications page as things change all the time, and the exemplars in NZQA may be out of date (as they are in this standard)

* Look over the NZQA Exemplars AS2.10 A & AS2.10 B

* AS 2.10 Experiments page at CENSUS at schools site

* Any further ideas / suggestions / resources/ comments / errors. Please email maxr@nayland.school.nz

* AS 2.10 section on Nayland Web site updated: Jan 2015

 

Web links for 2.10 Experiments AS 91265

 

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Achievement Standard

Achievement Standard 2.10 #91265 (link to NZQA)

NZ Curriculum Achievement Objectives

carry out investigations of phenomena, using the statistical enquiry cycle:

  • conducting experiments
  • evaluating the choice of measures for variables and data collection methods used
  • using relevant contextual knowledge, exploratory data analysis, and statistical inference

Explanation

Conduct an experiment to investigate a situation using statistical methods involves showing evidence of using each component of the investigation process.

Conduct an experiment to investigate a situation using statistical methods, with justification involves linking components of the process of investigating a situation by experiment to the context, explaining relevant considerations in the investigation process, and supporting findings with statements which refer to evidence gained from the experiment.

Conduct an experiment to investigate a situation using statistical methods, with statistical insight involves integrating statistical and contextual knowledge throughout the investigation process which may involve reflecting on the process, or considering other relevant variables.

Content

The process of investigating a situation by experiment involves:

  • posing an investigative question about a given experimental situation
  • planning the experiment by
  • determining appropriate variables and measures
  • determining data collection and recording methods
  • conducting the experiment and collecting data
  • selecting appropriate displays and measures
  • discussing displays and measures
  • communicating findings in a conclusion.

 

 

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