Practice reading and creating bar graphs and analyzing categorical data with this math journal. It covers VA SOLs 3.17 and 4.14.
Includes four journal pages in which students must evaluate and interpret data and graphs.
- Journal 1- Read a variety of data sets and decide which would be best displayed in a bar graph.
- Journal 2- Analyze a bar graph missing labels and decide on reasonable title, scale, x and y axis labels. Write three questions that can be answered by reading the graph.
- Journal 3- Evaluate data presented in data tables and decide on a reasonable y-axis scale. Create a bar graph from a data table.
- Journal 4- Create a survey question, survey classmates, display results in a bar graph, and draw conclusions based on their data.
These journals go beyond basic practice as students evaluate and analyze data and justify their thinking. Use in math centers, small groups, or as homework. Great for independent or partner work to facilitate interactive math talk in your classroom. Ready to print! Answer key included! NO PREP!
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