A stand-alone lesson giving your students a chance to practise drawing bar charts, or this could be used (as I did) as a follow-up to a lesson investigating friction.
This download includes:
A worksheet in PDF and editable Word format including a table of results for a friction experiment. Students must work out some missing averages and draw a bar chart of the experiment. There's a checklist of what to include on the bar chart.
A PowerPoint file with the objective and differentiated outcomes clearly stated, a short starter/elicitation activity and a 'spot the mistakes' plenary.
I hope you find this lesson useful, particularly if your students' graphing skills need a boost!