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8th Grade Math (Pre-Algebra) Choosing a Data Display in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 8th grade class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to choose appropriate
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Algebra 1 Choosing a Data Display in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to choose appropriate data displays and
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Life Cycle of a Butterfly Glyph. This is a combo package that includes my Colorful Shapes Caterpillar Glyph Fun Unit {HERE} and my Colorful Shapes Butterfly Glyph Fun Unit {HERE}. I have bundled those two units and added additional patterns to create the egg on a leaf and chrysalis so that you can d
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In this lesson, students will set up line graphs to display data: - Independent variable on the x-axis- Dependent variable on the y-axis- Choosing a reasonable scale- Creating a title for the line graph- Creating axis titles and labelsThis download includes: Line Graphs presentation: Editable .pptx
Use this engaging activity to help students learn the process of collecting data, and displaying information in three different forms: Bar graphs, pictographs, and line plots! Students are able to choose a question to investigate, survey students in the class, and use the provided templates to crea
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Algebra 1 Data Analysis and Displays {Bundle} in a PowerPoint PresentationThis is a bundle include the eight PowerPoint lessons below and two Quiz Show games, Jeopardy Style, for review.Measures of Central Tendency S.ID.2, S.ID.3Measures of Dispersion (Standard Deviation) S.ID.2, S.ID.3Box-and-Whis
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This NO PREP, Google classroom ready Maths Bundle is programmed for the Australian National Curriculum based on the Maths Plus and Go Maths programs. However, it can be tailored to suit other nations’ curriculum outcomes. Choose to use the program slides either in Smart Notebook, PowerPoint or Googl
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This review of various graphs indicates which graph is best to use for certain types of data. At the end, there is a 10 question multiple choice activote activity where the students are given a situation and have to choose the correct graph to display their data.
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An Excellent cumulative project reviewing: •Target Populations•Sample Groups (random or convenient)•Data collection (surveys, measurement)•Displaying data in table, graphs, and charts•Calculating mean, median, mode, and range•Outliers and biasesStudents work in small groups to answer a question of t
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Displaying Data, Which Graph Do I Choose? Data Display Reference Chart will be SUPER helpful to your students in helping them determine which graph to choose, and provides a quick visual picture to remind them what that particular graph looks like. I printed one of these for each of my students to p
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Track and display your class data! This resource is aligned to Texas standards (TEKS) and organized by genre. Here are the steps I follow to prepare and use it in my classroom: 1. Print on Cardstock 2. Laminate and hang on the wall 3. When students take a test, I use the percentage for each TEK to
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Algebra 1 Quiz Show Game Tables and Displays in a PowerPoint PresentationThis Quiz Show game, Jeopardy Style, is a great way to review a chapter. There are 25 questions and a scoreboard so you don’t have to write it on a side board. Each page has the point value!This Quiz Show game covers all of th
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This activity provides raw data organized in tables. Students are able to choose the best graph to display the data and provide reasons for their choice. There's also a sheet to consolidate notes on when to choose which graph.
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Copies of these fill-in study guides are the most frequently requested item I have from my students as they go on to high school, so I know they are a great resource. During independent work time, I refuse to answer questions for anyone who does not have their five study guides completed and display
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Introduction statistics activity to help students determine which data displays should be chosen based on a set of given data. Activity includes a poster creation activity which requires students to match displays to titles and descriptions, a sorting task requiring students to decide based on desc
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Track and display your class data! This resource is aligned to Texas standards (TEKS) and organized by genre. Here are the steps I follow to prepare and use it in my classroom: 1. Print on Cardstock 2. Laminate and hang on the wall 3. When students take a test, I use the percentage for each TEK t
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Students work with a partner to choose a survey question to ask their classmates, take data for that survey question and use the data to create a bar graph. Great project to practice collecting and displaying data.
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Choose a word problem card. Make a bar graph to solve the problem. Answer the questions.This center is aligned with Go Math Lesson 10.6 but can be used by anyone teaching bar graphs!Check my store for Data Center BUNDLE!!Visit my store for more centers, task cards, and FREEBIES!!If you enjoyed my p
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Students will create data displays based on data collected from their classmates. Students will chose one of the questions assigned on the activity sheet to collect data on. They will then analyze the data and decide what type of display would best support their data. The students will then const
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Students compare cell phone plans by analyzing tables, graphs, and equations. Students analyze the data they generate from the different phone plans, display the data on a graph, and make recommendations for the "best" phone plan. Students must also share their thinking with their classmates and rep
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This SUPER FUN Graph and Data Book will give your students meaningful, hands-on experience collecting, reporting, graphing and analyzing data!!! This is a No-Prep resource to help you teach pictographs, vertical and horizontal bar graphs, dot plots, and frequency tables. Students will participate i
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Autism Following Visual Directions for Non-Readers with Data and IEP Goals for working independently to complete an academic work task! I was presented with a dilemma this year. There are several students in my class who rely too heavily on adult prompting to begin and complete a task. With acqui
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Life Skills Special Education Work Task Bin SHOE STORE with Data: Bright and colorful real-life pictures provide the “hands-on” experience that our Special Needs students truly need within the classroom. With a variety of activities for differentiation and allowing for varying cognitive abilities
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