Sixth Grade Statistics 4 - Histogram teaches students how to identify a histogram and how to make one. Comparisons are made between a bar graph and a histogram. Many terms are defined such as axis, scale, frequency, count, range, interval, mound, skewed left, skewed right and more. There is a title slide, focus slide, objectives, essential question, vocabulary, concept development, step-by-step demonstrations, guided practice, checking for understanding, problem solving with word problem, and a reward slide at the end. For best results, students should have white boards and dry erase markers.
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