This graphic organizer over "Creating Graphs and Charts" is a great way to introduce or review how to construct graphs when collecting and analyzing data. The acronym T.A.I.L.S. is a great way for students to remember what they need to make a great graph! These are an excellent resource to add to an interactive notebook.
You as the teacher can determine how much information the students include in their notes. I have the students turn and talk and try to come up with what they think the acronym stands for before beginning a class discussion. There are also 4 common types of graphs included and we discuss when is the appropriate time to use each one. The question at the bottom makes an excellent exit ticket.
Print and scale to 85% to fit into composition notebooks.