Mathematics: Grades 9 to 12: Lessons

  1. Key resources
  2. Lessons
  3. Data

Lessons are listed according to the Statistics Canada resource they use: Census at School, Census of Canada, E-STAT or Other.

Data management

Graphing

Functions, relations and modelling

Data management

Data analysis

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Body and Mind (view)
  • Bullying-studying it to curb it... (view)
  • The effect of sample size on data analysis (view)
  • Exploring linear functions (view)
  • Investigating sampling (view)
  • Math = GAMES? (view)
  • Relationships between variables (view)
  • Talking feet (view)
  • The Vitruvian theory-does it apply to you? (view)
  • Where does the time go? (view)

Census of Canada logo Census of Canada

  • Age and Sex (view)
  • Analysing 2001 Census microdata (view)
  • That's Easy for You to Say! - Survey Project (view)

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Analysing economic data and seasonality using line graphs and a scatter graph (view)
  • Analysing provincial forestry practices using bar graphs and scatter graphs (view)
  • Creating a demographic profile for an urban school neighbourhood using census tract data (view)
  • Exploring the correlation between two variables at the census tract level (Education and income) (view)
  • Is it worth completing university? (view)
  • Tracking immigration trends (view)

Logo Others (books and apple) Other

  • Analysing synthetic microdata from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth for Ages 16-17 (view)
  • Canada at a Glance – Assessing quality of life (view)
  • Counting Canadians (Canada Year Book) (view)
  • The Consumer Price Index (CPI) and YOU Teacher's Kit (view)

Data collection

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Class survey project (view)

Census of Canada logo Census of Canada

  • That's Easy for You to Say! - Survey Project (view)

Logo Others (books and apple) Other

  • Counting Canadians (Canada Year Book) (view)

Data manipulation

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Body and Mind (view)
  • Investigating sampling (view)
  • Math = GAMES? (view)
  • Talking feet (view)
  • The Vitruvian theory-does it apply to you? (view)

Census of Canada logo Census of Canada

  • Age and Sex (view)

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Analysing economic data and seasonality using line graphs and a scatter graph (view)
  • Exploring the correlation between two variables at the census tract level (Education and income) (view)
  • Is it worth completing university? (view)
  • Tracking immigration trends (view)

Logo Others (books and apple) Other

  • Canada at a Glance – Assessing quality of life (view)

Measures of central tendency and spread

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Body and Mind (view)
  • Investigating sampling (view)
  • Math = GAMES? (view)
  • Talking feet (view)
  • Where does the time go? (view)

Census of Canada logo Census of Canada

  • Analysing 2001 Census microdata (view)

Logo Others (books and apple) Other

  • Analysing synthetic microdata from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth for Ages 16-17 (view)
  • Canada at a Glance – Assessing quality of life (view)

Graphing

Bar graphs

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Bullying-studying it to curb it.... (view)

Census of Canada logo Census of Canada

  • Age and Sex (view)

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Analysing provincial forestry practices using bar graphs and scatter graphs (view)
  • Creating a demographic profile for an urban school neighbourhood using census tract data (view)

Circle graphs/pie charts

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Bullying-studying it to curb it.... (view)

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Creating a demographic profile for an urban school neighbourhood using census tract data (view)

Histograms

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Investigating sampling (view)
  • Math = GAMES? (view)

Line graphs

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Analysing economic data and seasonality using line graphs and a scatter graph (view)
  • Tracking immigration trends (view)

Scatter graphs

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Exploring linear functions (view)
  • Recycling in Canada (view)
  • Relationships between variables (view)
  • Talking feet (view)
  • The Vitruvian theory-does it apply to you? (view)

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Analysing economic data and seasonality using line graphs and a scatter graph (view)
  • Analysing provincial forestry practices using bar graphs and scatter graphs (view)
  • Exploring the correlation between two variables at the census tract level (Education and income) (view)

Multiple graph types

Census of Canada logo Census of Canada

  • Analysing 2001 Census microdata (view)

Logo Others (books and apple) Other

  • Analysing synthetic microdata from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth for Ages 16-17 (view)

Functions, relations and modelling

Linear

Census at School logo Census at School

  • Exploring linear functions (view)
  • Recycling in Canada (view)
  • Talking feet (view)
  • The Vitruvian theory-does it apply to you? (view)

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Exploring the correlation between two variables at the census tract level (Education and income) (view)
  • Investigating gender differences in income (view)
  • Linear modelling of the life expectancy of Canadians (view)

Quadratic

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Quadratic modelling of Canada's Baby Boom (view)
  • Quadratic modelling of the number of males registered in apprenticeship programs (view)

Exponential

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Exponential modelling of the farm value of potatoes (view)

Sinusoidal

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Sinusoidal modelling of Canada's youth cohorts (view)

Combined

E-STAT logo E-STAT

  • Piecewise modeling with multiple functions: Federal Debt (view)