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Curriculum Level
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Achievement Standard 91264
Use statistical methods to make an inference

Version: 3
Credits: 4

Statistical Inference
This module allows students to learn about gender pay gap, with a particular focus on how this may affect New Zealander’s contributions to their chosen KiwiSaver fund. Students will explore about several factors which contribute to the gender pay gap and make sense how these can attribute to the gender investment gap. Students explore these factors and make predictions through using statistical inference skills.

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What makes a healthy community?

Define the concept of home. Alternatively, design a mood board (collection of images) that captures your ideas.

Read this article about becoming a new Kiwi for some inspiration: African makes the capital his home.

Define the concept of a “decent home”. Discuss ways people’s understanding of this term might differ.

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What makes a healthy community?

Explain the similarities and differences between what makes a decent home and a healthy home. Compare your responses with another group.

Explain how the financial factors you listed link to possible health factors or effects. Use this fishbone cause and effect diagram or select a tool of your choice.

Read this article on period poverty. Analyse ways that this issue might impact on a person’s level of short- and long-term success and wellbeing.

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What makes a healthy community?

Consider ways a person could help people living in a challenging financial or living situations.Make a start by researching these programmes.

Reflect on why we have such high levels of challenging financial or living situations in New Zealand.

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Written in English with resources aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum.

Medium Education

Written in te reo Māori with resources aligned to Te Marautanga o Te Aho Matua and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

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