Students will surely enjoy the following lesson on the Stem-and-Leaf Plots!
* Students begin the lesson with a discussion about place value and selecting the stems and leaves for their Stem-and-Leaf Plots.
* Students understand what place value is used for stems and what place value is used for leaves.
* Students list the basic steps used to create a Stem-and-Leaf Plot
^ Students go beyond creating a Stem-and-Leaf Plot to identify an INTERVAL on the Plot.
* Students review review the meaning of a median and determine the median for a given set of data on a Stem-and-Leaf Plot.
* Students review how to determine the median when two numbers lie in the middle of a set of data.
* Students extend the lesson on Stem-and-Leaf Plots to create "Back-to-Back Stem-and-Leaf Plots.
* Students learn the difference between writing numbers from data located in the left column of the Back-to-Back Stem-and-Leaf Plot and writing numbers from data located in the right column of the Back-to-Back Stem-and-Leaf Plot.
* A short, two-question assessment is included in the lesson to determine student understanding of the lesson and to provide immediate feed back to both the students and the teacher.
* Additionally, the lesson includes 11 GUIDED NOTES to encourage students to actively participate in the lesson and to provide a resource for students in their preparation for homework, quizzes, tests, and final exams.
* This lesson is aligned with CC Standards.
* I am confident that students will find the lesson enjoyable and manageable, while teachers should find the lesson to be practical and easily adaptable to their curriculum.
* Please enjoy!
THANK YOU, KINDLY!