# Car Shopping! Mathematics and Statistics, Level 4

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1 Car Shopping! Mathematics and Statistics, Level 4 The Learning Context: The class has already conducted investigations using the statistical enquiry cycle in a range of meaningful contexts. In this unit the students will have the chance to spend \$6000 of the teacher s money on a car for themselves and they will present their learning using a range of data displays. The students have to research different types of cars and their prices. They also have to investigate various insurance options, registration prices, and costs for used car safety tests. Students may also look into purchasing extra items for their vehicle such as mag wheels, stereo systems, seat covers, etc. Students will look at all possible car options and establish personal criteria to make their decision. Sacrifices may need to be made. Students will make a presentation to share with the class showing what they found out and which vehicle they have decided to buy. The presentation must include a budget which shows where the money will be spent. It should also incorporate the use of photos, graphs and tables. Approximately 8 lessons Achievement Objectives: MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS CURRICULUM (Level 4) Statistics: Statistical Investigation: Plan and conduct investigations using the statistical enquiry cycle by: Determining appropriate variables and data collection methods Gathering, sorting, and displaying data to detect variations. Communicating findings, using appropriate displays. Enterprising Attributes: Generating, identifying, and assessing opportunities Identifying, recruiting, and managing resources Planning and organising Collecting, organizing, and analyzing information Communicating and receiving ideas and information Teachers to observe and collect evidence of these enterprising attributes in action. Number Strategies and Knowledge: Use multiplicative strategies when operating with whole numbers Find fractions, decimals, and percentages of amounts expressed as whole numbers, simple fractions, and decimals. Mathematics and Statistics Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to: 1. Identify costs associated with purchasing a car. 2. Research, analyze and evaluate different car prices, insurance options, and on road costs. 3. Present information regarding these car choices and discuss the decision they made. 4. Operate within a budget. 5. Evaluate the success of the task. Resource Requirements: Decision Making Grid Expenditure Budget Internet various websites Newspapers Car sale magazines Insurance companies Car yards Telephone Car Shopping Mathematics and Statistics level 4 1 of 6

3 5. Discuss the presentation expectations. The students will need to communicate the results of their investigations. This may include photos of the car they have decided to purchase, details of the different insurance options and a summary of where they spent their money. Graphs, tables and charts will be used to communicate, compare and show information. Possible presentation ideas: poster, PowerPoint presentation on the computer, booklet, speech with handouts, model etc. 7: Quality teachers integrate ICT across the curriculum. 6. As a class create a set of success criteria to measure their investigation against. Suggested criteria could include: 3 insurance prices are gathered, calculations are accurate, etc. In setting this criteria consider the details of the task, the learning intentions and Enterprising Attributes. Excellence 7. Students search for suitable cars on the Internet, in newspapers, in car magazines, etc. Some students might visit the car yards in the weekend with their parents. Websites for cars for sale: (Learning Outcomes 2 and 4) Generating, identifying and assessing opportunities 6. Quality teachers plan a range of activities that engage students, enabling them to complete the learning process, so what is learned is remembered. 8. Students use a Decision Making Grid to help them decide on a car using choices and criteria. Suggested criteria could include: car is not too expensive to run, car is attractive to me, the price of the car is suitable, etc. (LOs 2 and 4) Collecting, organising and analysing information 9. Discuss the following topics in class with the students to help them with their research. 10. Vehicle Licensing and Registration, Insurance Used Car Safety Ratings. (LOs 2 and 4) 13. Teach the students how to use an expenditure budget. Students calculate fuel and maintenance costs using this template. Students also record their spending on optional extras. Students compare individual costs by using decimals, fractions and percentages of the total. (LOs 2 and 4) Identifying, recruiting and managing resources, Planning and organising Sharing 14. Students share their presentations with the class. Students may invite along parents, caregivers, the Principal, and students from other classrooms. (Learning Outcome 3) Communicating and receiving ideas and information 15. Students use the Success Criteria developed at step 6 to evaluate individual success. Share results as a class. (Learning Outcome 5) Excellence 9. Quality teachers promote critical thinking (through self evaluation). 16. Discuss reflective questions below: (LO 5) Car Shopping Mathematics and Statistics level 4 3 of 6

4 Reflective Questions: Exploring new knowledge and skills What did you learn from doing this activity? What would make it easier next time? How well did you research the options? Would you do anything differently next time? What advice would you give to a teenager looking at buying a car? Exploring what it is to be innovative and enterprising What step/s were you doing when you used each of the Enterprising Attributes? Break each attribute into its separate words and refine your answers. How could you improve on using the Enterprising Attribute/s for next time? Can you transfer this learning to your other topics? Exploring further future focus issues Why is it we can t have all our wants? How does being innovative and enterprising help resolve this problem? What would happen if the Government legislated that cars are now banned? How would this impact on the sustainability of our community? Possible Assessment Activities (Teacher): Teacher assesses each student s presentation, looking specifically at their budget records and their ability to communicate information through the use of graphs, tables and charts. Car Shopping Mathematics and Statistics level 4 4 of 6

5 Decision Grid Criteria Choices Total Car Shopping Mathematics and Statistics level 4 5 of 6

6 Car Expenditure Budget Description Qty Unit price Total price Expenditure Running Costs Registration and other legal costs Other Total Estimated Expenditure Car Shopping Mathematics and Statistics level 4 6 of 6

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