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Graphing Smartboard Lessons BUNDLED by Miss Middle School Teacher

This great set of SMART board lessons contains 7 lessons on graphs. I've also included a YouTube link to a video-recorded version of me teaching each lesson to provide tips for how I used each lesson with my students. Enjoy these lessons at a bundled discounted rate!

Learning Target: Students will be able to analyze and display data in various ways.

I Can: create and analyze a bar graph.

This is a 24 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a graph? What is the purpose of graphs and data displays?

2) What is a bar graph?

3) What is the purpose of a bar graph?

4) How do I make a bar graph? (this takes students through bar graph creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

5) What conclusions can I draw from a bar graph?

I Can: create and analyze a circle graph.

This is a 24 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a circle graph?

2) What is the purpose of a circle graph?

3) How do I make a circle graph? (this takes students through circle graph creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a circle graph?

I Can: create and analyze a line graph.

This is a 24 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a line graph?

2) What is the purpose of a line graph?

3) How do I make a line graph? (this takes students through line graph creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a line graph?

This would be a great lesson to create a FLIPPED video with as well!

I Can: create and analyze a frequency table.

This is a 23 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a frequency table?

2) What is the purpose of a frequency table?

3) How do I make a frequency table? (this takes students through frequency table creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a frequency table?

I Can: create and analyze a stem and leaf plot.

This is an 18 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a stem and leaf plot?

2) What is the purpose of a stem and leaf plot?

3) How do I make a stem and leaf plot? (this takes students through stem and leaf plot creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a stem and leaf plot?

I Can: create and analyze a histogram.

This is a 21 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a histogram?

2) What is the purpose of a histogram?

3) How do I make a histogram? (this takes students through histogram creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a histogram?

I Can: create and analyze a box and whisker plot.

This is a 22 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a box and whisker plot?

2) What is the purpose of a box and whisker plot?

3) How do I make a box and whisker plot? (this takes students through box and whisker plot creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a box and whisker plot?

This great set of SMART board lessons contains 7 lessons on graphs. I've also included a YouTube link to a video-recorded version of me teaching each lesson to provide tips for how I used each lesson with my students. Enjoy these lessons at a bundled discounted rate!

Learning Target: Students will be able to analyze and display data in various ways.

I Can: create and analyze a bar graph.

This is a 24 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a graph? What is the purpose of graphs and data displays?

2) What is a bar graph?

3) What is the purpose of a bar graph?

4) How do I make a bar graph? (this takes students through bar graph creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

5) What conclusions can I draw from a bar graph?

I Can: create and analyze a circle graph.

This is a 24 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a circle graph?

2) What is the purpose of a circle graph?

3) How do I make a circle graph? (this takes students through circle graph creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a circle graph?

I Can: create and analyze a line graph.

This is a 24 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a line graph?

2) What is the purpose of a line graph?

3) How do I make a line graph? (this takes students through line graph creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a line graph?

This would be a great lesson to create a FLIPPED video with as well!

I Can: create and analyze a frequency table.

This is a 23 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a frequency table?

2) What is the purpose of a frequency table?

3) How do I make a frequency table? (this takes students through frequency table creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a frequency table?

I Can: create and analyze a stem and leaf plot.

This is an 18 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a stem and leaf plot?

2) What is the purpose of a stem and leaf plot?

3) How do I make a stem and leaf plot? (this takes students through stem and leaf plot creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a stem and leaf plot?

I Can: create and analyze a histogram.

This is a 21 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a histogram?

2) What is the purpose of a histogram?

3) How do I make a histogram? (this takes students through histogram creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a histogram?

I Can: create and analyze a box and whisker plot.

This is a 22 slide lesson introducing students to graphing and graph analysis. The following components are covered in this lesson:

1) What is a box and whisker plot?

2) What is the purpose of a box and whisker plot?

3) How do I make a box and whisker plot? (this takes students through box and whisker plot creation using a step-by-step approach with an example)

4) What conclusions can I draw from a box and whisker plot?

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