Lessons for Graphs

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  • Graphing Unit - … .3 Students will begin a graphing project 1 Describe graphing project Assign graph topics Students will plan their graphing projects Students must have plan … on what data is being graphed (for example, why is a bar graph not appropriate for a graph of temperature v. time of … not allow for it, omit the presentation. Graphing Unit: Interpreting Graphs Topic/question: Using the graphs made by other students to practice interpreting …
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  • Graphing Energy Use During Phase Change - … report including question, hypothesis, materials, procedure, data table, graph, results, conclusion, and application. * Graph paper For the class * Overhead and transparencies of … the sample that will help her discriminate changes in her graph. The graph for this piece of work is very neatly done … not allow the student to interpret subtle changes on the graph. The graph includes all required elements including a few notations, which … title, which is a required element for a proficient graph. Constructing a graph is a skill that has been taught earlier in …
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  • What's in a Graph? - … a Graph? Purpose To understand data tables and graphs. To understand the guidelines for making tables and graphs. To interpret graphs and determine which graph … of the three graphs demonstrated on the site: bar graph, pie chart, or line graph. Ask students these questions about their graphs: What color … examples of graphs and tools for graphing data. One site, called Graphs, found at Math Forum, contains instructions for making bar graphs and pie …
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  • Spreadsheet & Graphing: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words - … for graphs. lack there of when reading graphs. Synthesize written and verbal Create a variety of graph types. interpretations from graph data. Describe how graphs can be used to Select the ideal graph type for task … describe why graph types. a specific graph type was selected for task at hand. Identify, collect & interpret data for graphs. Students will graph results …
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  • The Graph Is Greener on the Other Side - … to color water (optional but makes measuring easier) graphing calculator Lab Sheet (attached) graph paper Learning Objectives The student will be able … time the program Hiker runs it turns off all graphs.) Press GRAPH which will display both the line from Y1 and the … that could have produced this graph. 3. Ask: What will the graph look like? What happens to the graph when the vase is … that could have been used to generate a similar graph. S29 THE GRAPH IS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE LAB SHEET Date …
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  • Line Up - … a line graph. (Place graphs on Elmo.) Activity: Show several examples of line graphs. Tell the students to look carefully at the graphs to … , assign partners to use the rubric to evaluate the graphs. Collect the graphs and data tables. These can be displayed in the … a copy of the line graph rubric and a sheet of graph paper.) Activity: Have groups create their graphs. Follow-up: Did you … visualize data. Art: Create a collage of line graphs or all types of graphs (data displays). Possible Differentiations: Assessment Introductory Activity: 1 …
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  • Just Graph It! - … "Zoorific" Graph 1 Zoo Picture Graph Worksheet 1 (pdf) Zoo Picture Graph Worksheet 2 (pdf) Zoo Picture Graph Worksheet 3 (pdf) Zoo Picture Graph Worksheet … -column blank graph work mat/Manipulative graph 8 1/2 x 11 four-column blank graph identical to the large graph/ Manipulative Graph (pdf) Gallon … research on understanding graphs. Graph comprehension involves "the abilities of graph readers to derive meaning from graphs created by others and themselves." Graph sense "develops …
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  • Mr. E Graphs - … a class human bar graph in class? Have any of you done graphs before? What other kinds of graphs are there? Continue on … is after the video. Discuss each type of graph. As you discuss each graph from the video with the class, hand out … staff, or other. Discuss the graph. March: Weather * Bar graph the daily weather for the month, graph the students favorite kind of weather … color, hair color, boys, girls, etc., make a graph at home. Have them graph their favorite toys and bring data and how …
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  • Make a Leaf Graph - … bar graph as well as a computer-generated bar graph. They will also compare a bar graph to a pie graph to determine which graph … bar graph as well as a computer-generated bar graph. They will also compare a bar graph to a pie graph to determine which graph … bar graph as well as a computer-generated bar graph. They will also compare a bar graph to a pie graph to determine which graph … bar graph as well as a computer-generated bar graph. They will also compare a bar graph to a pie graph to determine which graph
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  • Charting the World Around Us - … UTIPS Background For Teachers: Understanding what data and charts/graphs are, collecting data, graphing data, and making use of the information represented … sample questions. Using graph paper, have students write their whole names and graph the letters; include title, labels, and graphed data. Have students write three facts about their graph. Other ideas to graph: number …
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