Match 30 different scenarios to 6 types of graphs: circle graph, line graph, line plot, histogram, bar graph, scatter plot. Answer Key included!
Other teaching options:
Cooperative learning activity to reinforce previous learned taught material. Give students sets of task cards to answer with their group.
Small groups, present few scenarios at a time. When groups are finish discuss given scenarios as a whole group before moving onto next card.
Small group intervention for struggling students. Use during break out sessions, tutorial times, before or after-school time.
Record progress of your students, use as an assessment, quiz, or homework.
Pre-test/post-test for progress monitoring.
“Draw a Problem” - students work at their own pace, and are able to get up and move after each scenario. Pending on size of class, you may have two or three sets of scenarios for students to “pick” from. When finished they replace finished scenario back in pile and ”pick” another scenario. Students are recorded on answer sheet. Another version of Draw a Problem – use classroom timer. When timer goes off student move to next scenario.
Enrichment activity - This can be used for the students that have completed their assigned work. For example the student that is picking up the lesson quicker than the other students.