Mathematics and Statistics curriculum resources featuring data sets, PowerPoint presentations and road safety contexts.
Maths educator Sarah Howell is the writer of all the resources.
All files updated 2023
Statistical thinking and report writing are supported by these resources.
Two contexts with datasets:
How far until it stops? Vehicle stopping distances in wet and dry conditions and at different speeds.
Driven to distraction! Driver distraction and driver fatigue.
Supports the teaching of statistical report writing at Year 10.
Zip folder includes the CL5 teacher guide, 2 contextualised student tasks, datasets, and PowerPoints for classroom use.
Supports AS91035 version 3: Investigate a given multivariate data set using the statistical enquiry cycle.
Zip folder includes the Level 1 teacher guide, 2 practice assessments, 2 datasets of 60 records, and PowerPoints covering the context and variables, writing questions, writing analysis statements and writing conclusions.
Supports AS91264 version 3: Use statistical methods to make an inference.
Zip folder includes the Level 2 teacher guide, 2 practice assessments, 2 datasets of 120 records, and PowerPoints covering the context, writing questions, analysis statements and conclusions.
The datasets are included in the file bundles above and are listed here for ease of access.
Supports: AS91263 Design a Questionnaire.
This set of resources is a collection of 4 internal assessment tasks. Contexts include community road safety concerns, active travel modes for journeys to school, and user feedback for NZ’s road safety apps and websites.
A teacher guide is included, providing an overview of the tasks, background information for teachers and some links to teaching resources.
Zip folder includes the teacher guide, the 4 assessment tasks and a couple of learning aids.
Crossing the centre line is a series of trigonometry investigations aimed at Year 10 students. The context is set around driver distractions or micro-sleeps (or zoning out) when driving.
Students look at how factors such as differing speeds or distraction times affect the distance travelled towards the centre line if the car starts to veer towards the right at a small angle.
Includes lesson plans, unit outline, student worksheets and spreadsheet.