Graphing An Introduction

Graphing An Introduction
Graphing An Introduction
Graphing An Introduction
Graphing An Introduction
Graphing An Introduction
Graphing An Introduction
Graphing An Introduction
Graphing An Introduction
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Graphing – An Introduction
34 pages

Share the ‘I Can’ chart and display it in your classroom. Refer to it at the start and conclusion of each lesson as a reflection. This Graphing – An Introduction pack willl help build language and skills to create and answer questions about data.
Model how to complete the graphs and provide the language needed to obtain the answers from 10 children within the grade.
There are two versions available in the zipped file one for USA and non USA spelling options.
As students organize/organise, represent and interpret data up to three categories they need to ask questions about the total number within each group.
They need to be asked and have modelled/modelled questions to work out how many more or less in one category more than another.
The students can complete the print and go graphs individually or with a partner.

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USA Curriculum
CCSS – Grade One
1.MD.C.4 Measurement and Data. Organize, represent and interpret data with up to three categories, ask questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less in one category than another.

Australian Content Description: Foundation
Level: Foundation (AUS)
Answer yes/no questions to collect information – ACMSP011
Elaborations - posing questions about themselves and familiar objects and events representing responses to questions using simple displays, including grouping students according to their answers using data displays to answer simple questions such as ‘how many students answered “yes” to having brown hair?’

Mathematical language: information, data, questions, display, categories, groups, graph, pictograph, bar graph, spinner, chance, answer

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