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This is an original assessment I created to test my students’ level of reading and interpreting information provided on tables, charts, bar graphs, line graphs, timelines, and diagrams. (RI.4.7. Interpret information presented visually, orally, or quantitatively (e.g., in charts, graphs, diagrams, time lines, animations, or interactive elements on Web pages) and explain how the information contributes to an understanding of the text in which it appears.)This 4 page assessment encourages student
Students often struggle to read and interpret charts, graphs, maps, and tables at the high school level for various reasons. This presentation offers a step-by-step approach for students to use when facing all types of graphics in all types of secondary classes.
Students will complete word problems related to bar graphs, pictographs, line/dot plots and tally charts. This includes reading and interpreting data, performing calculations, matching data to and representing data in graphs. Use these scaffolded math drills to teach and reinforce the fundamentals, or prep for test day.  Each drill begins with a mini-lesson followed by several Common Core designed, simulated test questions (including multi-part & open response).  These practice worksheets
Reading and Understanding Tables, Charts and Graphs is designed to help students improve their reading comprehension skills of these realistic business documents. Students read and examine the documents and then answer multiple-choice questions that test their understanding of the information presented.Presented in Reading and Understanding Tables, Charts and Graphs is the following:What is a Table? Chart? Graph?Table #1 (six multiple-choice questions)Table #2 (five multiple-choice questions)Tab
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9th - 12th, Adult Education
Assess students quickly and efficiently on reading and interpreting information using CHARTS, GRAPHS, and TABLES with this self grading GOOGLE FORM! 20 multiple choice questions with colorful graphics are included that test student knowledge on reading bar graphs, pie graphs, tally sheets, line/plot graphs, and tables. You will be given the ability to make and customize your own copy of this form when accessing this directly from my own Google Drive! The self grading quiz mode makes assessment
Help students practice reading and interpreting information presented in common graphs, charts, and diagrams with this set of GOOGLE SLIDE digital task cards! 20 colorful cards contain a colorful chart or graph with an accompanying question based upon its information. Students will be able to access their own set of digital task cards on their personal device or computer after you easily upload this to your Google Classroom or similar learning platform! Students will use the included recording
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3rd - 6th
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This is a 4 slide SMART board lesson to introduce the concepts of how to successfully read graphs, tables, and charts.
This goes along with pages 60-73 in the blue ScienceSaurus book. The students can fill this out as they read. They will also construct the graphs on their paper like the examples in the book.
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4th - 6th
A bundle of exercices to train your students in reading tables and graphs. Category: Tables and Graphs Module: Read a Table To find out more, check us out in the AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myblee-math-maths-for-k-and-1st-to-6th-grade/id485439231?mt=8
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K - 3rd
In this bundle, students will work on reading and understanding tables and graphs. Category: Tables and Graphs Module: How to Read Tables and Graphs To find out more, check us out in the AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myblee-math-maths-for-k-and-1st-to-6th-grade/id485439231?mt=8
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5th - 6th
Study the line graph, then circle the correct answer. Students will answer questions based on information presented in a table, bar graph or line graph. They will use information presented in visual representations to answer the questions. Category: Tables and Graphs Module: How to read Tables and Graphs To find out more, check us out in the AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myblee-math-maths-for-k-and-1st-to-6th-grade/id485439231?mt=8
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5th - 6th
Circle the diagram that matches the sentence. Students will answer questions based on information presented in a table, bar graph or line graph. They will use information presented in visual representations to answer the questions. Category: Tables and Graphs Module: How to read Tables and Graphs To find out more, check us out in the AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myblee-math-maths-for-k-and-1st-to-6th-grade/id485439231?mt=8
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5th - 6th
Study the bar chart, then circle the correct answer. Students will answer questions based on information presented in a table, bar graph or line graph. They will use information presented in visual representations to answer the questions. Category: Tables and Graphs Module: How to read Tables and Graphs To find out more, check us out in the AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myblee-math-maths-for-k-and-1st-to-6th-grade/id485439231?mt=8
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5th - 6th
Answer the question using the information in the table. Students will answer questions based on information presented in a table, bar graph or line graph. They will use information presented in visual representations to answer the questions. Category: Tables and Graphs Module: How to read Tables and Graphs To find out more, check us out in the AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myblee-math-maths-for-k-and-1st-to-6th-grade/id485439231?mt=8
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5th - 6th
Nonfiction text feature surgery has been seen all over social media, and now you can bring this engaging activity to your own classroom! Everything is included in this product to create your own “surgery experience” for your students. You can make it as simple or theatrical as you like!  If you need a print and go version, your students will only need a magazine, the patient files, scissors and glue. If you really want a memorable experience, provide surgical gloves and face masks for each of yo
With the implementation of the new ELAR TEKS this year, you need a resource to help your students prepare for the test. For school years 2019-20 and 2020-21, students will only be assessed on overlap standards (those standards that are included in both the 2009 TEKS and 2017 TEKS) per TEA; this resource is aligned to those overlap standards, and it will be updated if necessary in 2021 for the 2021-22 school year when more 2017 standards are assessed. (Note: only set 1 is updated to the new stand
The Magic Of Math Unit 8 for THIRD GRADE focuses on: Week 1: Bar Graphs (scales of 1 or more) Week 2: Pictographs (scales vary) Week 3: Line Plots with Measuring to the Nearest Quarter and Half Inch Week 4: Frequency Tables and Graphing Project Here is what is included in this month long unit for 3rd grade: -Daily Lesson Plans for 20 days-Aligned with the 3rd Grade Common Core and TEKS-20 Word Problems for each day that complement the skills-Interactive Notebook Printables-Games, Activiti
The goal of this resource is to help students identify, understand, and use different text features. As students progress through this resource, the text and questions increase in complexity. Students will also get repeated exposure to the common text features they see in textbooks and other informational texts. The Importance of Understanding and Using Text Features:Text features are all the components of a text that are not part of the main body text. There are many unique features that serve
Graphing and Data Analysis Task Cards: This set of 40 task cards (with 160 questions total) is designed to help students learn or practice how to read, analyze, and interpret data presented in tables and various forms of graphs. You may use these task cards for individual work, pair/group activity, whole class discussion, or in math centers. NOTE: For a full-page version of these task cards (with exactly the same problems/questions), click this link: Graphing and Data Analysis (Poster Size Task
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4th - 6th

Also included in: Math Task Cards SUPER BUNDLE

This Reading & Interpreting Graphs Color By Number would work great for science or math! It includes 12 questions in which students will use their knowledge of bar graphs, line graphs, tables, pie graphs, and more to answer the questions. Students will need to understand percents and ratios as well.With what standard does this resource align?This resource will aid students in moving towards mastery of CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP4 - Model with mathematics.What do I have to do?These color by numbers
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5th - 7th
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This low prep resource combines 11 of my reading task card resources, for a total of 256 task cards. These are great to have on hand and reuse year, after year! Use the task cards as a reading center, for independent practice, as a SCOOT activity, for early finishers, and more!Save 30% when you buy the bundle!The following task card resources are included: Text Features Task CardsThese 24 text features task cards are designed to encourage students not simply to identify text features found in
This is a set of 24 task cards covering multiple representations of graphs including data tables, histograms, bar graphs, line graphs, and pie graphs. The questions are differentiated for a wide range of learners. Also includes a PowerPoint with one task card per slide for use as bell-ringers!With what standard does this resource align?This resource will aid students in moving towards mastery of CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP4 - Model with mathematics.How do I use task cards? • Test prep • Math o
Save over 30% on this bundle of fun activities that will aid students in identifying and interpreting types of graphs including histograms, bar graphs, pie charts, line graphs, pictograms, frequency tables, and tally charts.With what standard do these resources align?This resource will aid students in moving towards mastery of CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP4 - Model with mathematics.What do I have to do?These activites are no prep! All you will need is a printer for the task cards, posters, and color-by-
Student will match verbal descriptions, tables, equations, and graphs that show the same relationship in a puzzle format. The graphs do not include any labels so students have to read the graph instead of looking at the labels. There are 10 different situations included which have similar numbers so students can't just match the numbers. There are two versions--one has one relationship per page, the other has two per page to save paper. You can use this as a math station, guided math, or a whol
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5th - 6th

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