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  1.   Using Chart Wizard in MS-Excel
#947. Using Chart Wizard in MS-Excel Computer, level: other Posted Mon Apr 5 16:37:08 PDT 1999 by Loretta Koennicke (lgk2@psu.edu). Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA - USA Materials Required: Computers with MS-Excel loaded and are connected to the Internet. Activity Time: Approximately 1 hour. Concepts Taught: Line graphs, pie ch...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  2.   Remembering Our Veterans
...ll need to scan their work or take a digital photograph of it in order to include this work in the presentation. Background: Students in grade 7 and 8 work on outcomes related to data management. They learn the development of surveys, collection of data, display of data using circle graphs, histograms, box-and-whisker plots, and scatter plots, as well as the analysis of such data that is collected. Although in grade 7 it is a good idea to begin with hand drawn data displays, using a spreadsheet application such as Microsoft Excel or AppleWorks would produce more polished data displays. These programs are useful...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Remembering Our Veterans Grade 7 - Template
...l information about conflicts of the past century. Students will plan and create a PowerPoint presentation using some of this information, as well as incorporating other data they have found on their own, to show their knowledge of different types of data displays (especially bar graphs and histograms) and to show their analysis of the data they have used. They will use Inspiration to prepare their plan, giving an overview of the information and displays they will include in their presentation. If data displays are done by hand, students will need to scan their work or take a digital photograph of it in order t...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Making A Graph in Excel
Author: Jennie Repotski Date Created: 2/22/2006 4:32:00 PM EST Data Lesson VITAL INFORMATION Subject(s): Mathematics Topic or Unit of Study: This lesson will be only one of many lessons on data collection and making graphs. This is to expose the children on the use of making a graph in excel Grade/Level: Kindergarten-2 Objective: Students will prepare and collect data Students will use excel and create a graph Summary: Students collect data about the number of pattern blocks that are put on tables. Then record that data in Excel. IMPLEMENTATION Learning Context: This is one of the many data collect...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   Finger Lakes Institute :: Science on Seneca : Teacher Center - Dissolved Oxygen Teacher Guide
...mans and terrestrial animals breathe oxygen from the air, aquatic animals use oxygen that is dissolved in water. An aquatic animal breathes by absorbing free oxygen into its blood through its gills or directly through its body surface. Oxygen (O2) is consumed in surface waters by all aquatic organisms: fish, plants, algae, bacteria, and invertebrates. The oxygen molecule in dissolved oxygen is free (O2) which differs from the oxygen atom bound to hydrogen in a water molecule (H2O). Oxygen gets into water three ways: 1) diffusion from the surrounding air; 2) aeration (rapid movement); and 3) when released as a b...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  6.   Acid Rain
..."buffer" against acid rain. Source: Lajewski, C. K. et. al. Geological Society Bulletin 2003. Below are links to bedrock maps of the regions discussed: Finger Lakes Adirondacks Acid rain has many negative impacts on the environment. Acid rain can alter the pH of surface water such as lakes and streams stressing aquatic life that is adapted to certain pH levels. Acid rain also can erode to concrete buildings and monuments. And the particles in acid rain can contribute to health problems for people with respiratory illness like asthma or bronchitis. Below are links that provide some good background information ab...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Lesson 8 Harry Potter Unit
...colors, etc.) The students have completed the "sorting hat" activity from www.thehpa.com and have been sent the prognosis for what houses they are each in respectively. (Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Slytherin) Materials: computer (1 per student if available) w/ access to the Microsoft program Excel, copy of completed graphs from Excel worksheet per student (also on board, see attached), copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (for reference) Delivering Instruction/Model and Lead: Procedures: The teacher will review comparison strategies with the students in correlation with reviewing charts and grap...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  8.   Digital Images
...fic Background Activity 1: Investigate how electronic information is transferred over the Internet and displayed on computers by viewing pictures on the computer. Activity 2: Create an image of your name by blacking-out individual squares on rectangular graph paper. Activity 3: Discuss "binary systems" and create a "mystery word" or "mystery picture" on graph paper. "Tell" a fellow student how to recreate this picture WITHOUT showing him or her the picture. Activity 4: NASA Imaging Teams recreate a picture of our Sun by translating binary data sheets. Debriefing:Discuss RESOLUTION and DATA COMPRESSION ROUTINES...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   Data Analysis and Probability: Graphing Candy with Excel
Lesson Plan Data Analysis and Probability: Graphing Candy with Excel Subject: Math Grade span: 5 to 8 Duration: 45 to 60 minutes This lesson was excerpted from the under the promising practice: Description: This sample lesson is one example of how you can implement the Math Tools practice. In this activity, students will predict how many M&Ms are in a bag, then collect data and...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  10.   Introduction the MS Excel
#4191. Introduction the MS Excel Computer, level: Middle Posted Fri May 2 11:33:13 PDT 2008 by Jimmy Yu (Jimmy Yu). Oak Avenue Intermediate/TCUSD, Temple City, USA Materials Required: computer, MS Excel Activity Time: 2-3 hours Concepts Taught: excel, autosum, formulas Computer Applications Jimmy Yu Oak Avenue Intermediate Lesson Plan: Intr...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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