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Possible Lesson Sequence for AS 3.9 Bivariate Data (AS 91581)1. Introduction & Overview  What is Bivariate Data? Posing an investigative question (Achievement Objectives) 
For Teachers* Be familiar with the Achievement Standard AS3.9 91581 (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the latest information on the NZQA clarifications page as things change all the time, and the exemplars in NZQA may be out of date (as they are in this standard) * Look over the NZQA Exemplars on AS 3.9 Bivariate Data AS3.8 A & AS3.8 B Note: these exemplars may not reflect the latest clarification information. * Material available on the mathstatsfacilitators web site AS3.9 page * AS 3.9 page at CENSUS at schools site. * Check the latest comments on the NZmaths forum (login required) * Any further ideas / suggestions / resources/ comments / errors. Please email maxr@nayland.school.nz * AS 3.9 section on Nayland Web site updated: Oct 2013

AS3.9 (91581) Carry out investigations of phenomena, using the statistical enquiry cycle: Using iNZight or Excel to do the 'data crunching' and producing graphs Check out the iNZight tips and tricks page. Remember: The Focus is on the statistical cycle and the discussion and interpretation of the analysis.

Other Useful Links for AS3.9 Bivariate Data (AS 91581)Pricilla Allan's Wiki  magsmaths.com powerpoints  Census at schools resources page  NZ Stats info share  Statistics NZ Bivariate example McD's unit on Census & School  NZ incomes  Data sets with source and variable info for investigations. (and other data sets) Ross Parsonage Video (link to census at schools) Data Sets: StatSci.org  StatSci.org multivariate  Data Story Library  ConnectMV 