This resource is part of a set of 6 lessons that make use of the book Dear Data by Stefanie Posavec and Giorgia Lupi.
Learning Intentions [Set of 6 lessons]
- How to ask questions to allow more depth to data collected
- How to uncover the story within the collected data
- Using a visualisation to present the data so that others can discover information
Success criteria [Set of 6 lessons]
Have created a data self portrait using:
- Adding depth questions to a data gathering task
- Collecting data to match these questions
- Interpreted the collected data to find the new information
- Created a visualisation to allow fellow students and teachers to discover the information within your data
Learning Intentions [This Lesson]
- How to find your interesting data within the tally chart
Success Criteria [This Lesson]
- Identified the interesting data in your tally chart
- Designed three concepts to represent your data
- Designed to layouts on how to divide your final visualisation
- Pen/pencil & paper
- Completed Data Collection worksheet (lesson 2)
- Completed Tally Chart worksheet (lesson 3)
The slides explore different and novel ways data can be visualised.
Visualisation is part of the analysis step of PPDAC the data problem solving framework.
Learners should complete two tasks:
- Slide 3: identify what the example visualisation is about.
- Slide 11: Create a key to their visualisation about their tally chart data.
Working through the tally chart form lesson two, choose one of the changes for the theme and a question and show the answer that a particular version of a change represents (red – tv, blue – radio, green – cinema etc)