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Students learn how all the parts of a graph or other data display fit together. If titles or labels are inconsistent, students should notice and be able to correct the inconsistency by changing labels or titles. Students will:

  • reconstruct a graph by choosing the appropriate title and labels.

  • gain a better understanding of how to display information in a graph.

  • organize and sort data for a graph.

  • recognize inconsistencies in graphs, the data, the labels, etc.


Essential Questions

  • How can using graphs help us to solve problems and describe data we collect?


Vocabulary

  • Line Plot: A diagram showing frequency of data on a number line.

  • Data: Information, especially numerical information. Usually organized for analysis. [IS.1 - All Students]


Duration

60–90 minutes [IS.2 - All Students]


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