Norman Ingram Public School

NormanIngramPublic School

Grade 5Data Management – Term 1

By the end of Grade 5, students will:

• collect and organize discrete or continuous primary data and secondary data and display the

data using charts and graphs, including broken-line graphs;

• read, describe, and interpret primary data and secondary data presented in charts and graphs,

Assessment Category / Level 4 / Level 3 / Level 2 / Level 1 / Below Level 1
-organize data and display in charts, tables, and graphs, with appropriate titles and labels (2, 3)
-interpret and draw conclusions from data presented in charts, tables, and graphs (1,2, 3,4, 5)
-read primary and secondary data presented in charts, tables, and graphs, then describe the data using comparative language (4,5) / __ thorough understanding
__ thorough understanding
__ thorough understanding / __ considerable understanding
__considerable understanding
__considerable understanding / __ some understanding
__ some understanding
__ some understanding / __ limited understanding
__ limited understanding
__ limited understanding
-uses communication for different audiences and purposes in visual and written forms. / __ high degree of effectiveness / __ considerable effectiveness / __ some effectiveness / __ limited effectiveness
Application (all)
- applies knowledge and skills involving … / __ excellent ability / __ good ability / __ some ability / __ beginning ability

Next Steps: ______

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OK …
You are going to do this test the Computer.
You can use Excel 
SAVE ME!!!!!
DM TEST Name

Grade 5Data Management – Term 1

Look at the graph, data and table below.
Favourite / Number
Chocolate / 41
Vanila / 21
Other / 54

What is wrong with this graph? How could you fix it?
1. What is primary data?
1. How could you collect data to figure out what meals to serve at DMMS at lunch time? Describe what you would do and how you would display your information.

1. What is secondary data?
1. Scroll Downand select some secondary data.
1. Create a bar graph using the secondary data.
1. Is the data your created discrete or continuous? Explain your thinking.

1. What is continuous data?
1. Scroll Downand select some continuous data.
1. Create a broken line graph using the secondary data.

PS3 and X Box 360 Sales in 2009

1. What information is being displayed in this line graph? Explain how you know
1. There is a big spike in the data. Can you infer why that happened? Make sure you provide evidence.
1. If you were working for Sony and Microsoft when would you want to increase your production of game consoles? Explain your thing and provide evidence.
1. What else can your learn from looking at the graph? Make a statement and back up your point with evidence from the data.

What is the mean, median, and mode of the numbers in this data set?
11 / 16 / 0 / 44 / 11 / 13
17 / 15 / 19 / 31 / 26 / 34
How did you figure it out?

Data on Baby Sea Turtle Size in Fiji

Length in cm

11.1 / 8.8 / 9.1 / 8.1 / 12.5 / 14.1 / 10.6 / 6.2 / 5.1 / 8.5
6.6 / 11.1 / 11.2 / 7.2 / 6.5 / 9.6 / 8.8 / 11.3 / 14.5 / 10.3
7.1 / 4.5 / 3.1 / 11.1 / 4.4 / 6.1 / 9.9 / 11.1 / 7.8 / 12.1
13.3 / 11.1 / 9.2 / 8.2 / 9.4 / 9.1 / 7.7 / 8.0 / 7.5 / 8.8
10.0 / 8.3 / 6.6 / 5.5 / 9.2 / 6.1 / 9.6 / 8.9 / 9.8 / 7.6

Hot Dog Eating Contest

Number of hot dogs eaten in 10 minutes:

6.5 / 15.5 / 1.0 / 16.8 / 15.8 / 16.0 / 10.5 / 19.1 / 33.0 / 14.0
16.8 / 19.9 / 6.5 / 6.8 / 10.5 / 21.3 / 17.0 / 11.0 / 31.1 / 13.6
14.1 / 22.0 / 14.0 / 2.5 / 6.0 / 23.4 / 16.0 / 14.1 / 10.1 / 22.6
11.0 / 16.4 / 15.1 / 0.5 / 11.5 / 5.5 / 15.5 / 10.1 / 19.6 / 17.5
12.8 / 11.5 / 23.1 / 18.8 / 27.8 / 10.0 / 33.3 / 6.5 / 24.4 / 10.2
Average Monthly Tempretures
Months / Montreal, Canada / Nice, France / Hong Kong
January / -10.2°C / 9.2°C / 15.8°C
February / -8.9°C / 9.6°C / 15.9°C
March / -2.3°C / 11.3°C / 18.5°C
April / 5.6°C / 13.1°C / 22.2°C
May / 12.7°C / 16.8°C / 25.9°C
June / 17.9°C / 20.2°C / 27.8°C
July / 20.6°C / 23.1°C / 28.8°C
August / 19.0°C / 23.5°C / 28.4°C
September / 14.2°C / 20.7°C / 27.6°C
October / 8.0°C / 16.9°C / 25.2°C
November / 1.4°C / 12.4°C / 21.4°C
December / -7.0°C / 9.9°C / 17.6°C