One of the most important "Skills and Processes" is analyzing data in a table or graph form. Students have to be proficient at this whether it's a middle school standardized assessment, an AP exam or the Scientific Reasoning portion of a college entrance exam. In addition to analyzing data, students need to become proficient at comparing and contrasting informational text or data. This packet includes two sets of density data and two sets of Ideal Gas Law data that students can analyze using the "HI-CEES" template followed by two Core Six "Top Hat" Graphic Organizers where students can compare/contrast each data type .
"HI-CEES" is an acronym to help students close read and analyze data according to the Next Generation Standards and Common Core Standards but can easily be used by states who do not follow Common Core.
This is a BUNDLE packet where each graphing activity has its own content page with instructions and ideas.
This bundle pack includes:
-Easy to follow student template for graph analysis of EACH graph that uses the "HI-CEES acronym"
-Two density line graphs with data tables
-Two Ideal Gas Law line graphs with data tables (Boyle's Law and Charles' Law)
-A "Top Hat" graphic organizer for the density graphs for students to compare/contrast the data
-A "Top Hat" graphic organizer for the gas law graphs for students to compare/contrast the data
-Answer keys for analysis of all graphs
-Answer keys for the "Top Hat" graphic organizer
-Ideas for differentiation and extension
Next Generation Science Standards included!
Common Core ELA/Literacy and Math Standards included!
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Ideal Gas Laws
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