Sample Lesson Plan For Chapter 6 : Statistics
Duration : 80 minutes
Number of students : 40 students
Learning Area : Statistics
Learning Objectives : (6.3) Students will represent and interpret data in histograms with class interval of the same
size to solve problems.
Learning Outcomes : At the end of this lesson, students should be able
(i) to draw a histogram based on the frequency table of a grouped data
Prerequisites : Student should be able to identify bar chart
Thinking skills : Recalling, analysing, reasoning, relating and differentiating
Moral values : Logical thinking, honesty, hardworking and cooperation
Resources : Form 4 text book, My CD, computer or laptop and LCD projector, graph papers. Step Content Teaching and Learning Activities Remarks/ Notes
What is a bar chart?
What is a histogram?
What is the different between a bar chart
and a histogram?
1. Teacher and students briefly
explain “What is a bar chart?”
2. Teacher and students briefly
explain “What is a histogram?”
3. Students are encouraged to find
the difference between a bar chart
and a histogram.
Oral Mental Activity
Students recall knowledge
of a bar chart. This
knowledge is useful for
students to compare the
difference between a bar
chart and a histogram in
Steps to draw a histogram based on the
frequency table of a grouped data
1.Refer to Example 8 (page 155
2.Teacher shows the steps to draw a
histogram based on the frequency
table of a grouped data as shown
on page 155 6.3(a).
3.Teacher gets students to find the
lower and upper boundary of each
class interval. Students record the
4. Use a piece of graph paper, the
teacher guides the students to
select a suitable vertical axis and a
5. Draw a rectangle to represent each
of the class intervals.
Guided Inquiry Method
Students are guided