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Students collect data about favorite pizza toppings. They create a double-bar graph. They compare their graphs with classmates.
Students practice representing data in bar graphs. In this bar graph instructional activity, students follow the teacher's instructions to make double bar graphs for a specific set of data.
"We the People"
To gain an appreciation for the difficulty the framers of the Constitution faced when crafting this historic document, class members are asked to predict five words that would occur frequently in the Constitution of the United States. Working as pairs, groups of four, then groups of eight, teams develop such a list. The whole class then discusses the process they went through and the difficulty they had reaching consensus. Next, the focus turns to a word-processed document of the Constitution, and using the replace tool, learners record their findings on a spreadsheet and create a double bar graph to compare their predictions with the actual results. Additional activities for studying the strengths and weaknesses of a constitutional government, as well as assessment options for each activity, are included in the packet.
Double-Bar Graphs Continued....
In this double-bar graph worksheet, students create two double bar graphs from provided information. The first set of data compares the heights of two twins over time. Students explain the process they used to create their graph. The second data set is the results of a coin toss.
Choosing an Appropriate Graph
Students identify which type of graph is appropriate for different sets of data. In this data analysis lesson, students study the data for different types of books, library books checked out, and books read last year. Students decide on which type of graph is appropriate to use for the sets of data and identify their reasons why they chose that graph.
Nutrition and Food Security
Examine the three basic nutrients and their effects on the body. Fifth graders will research data to construct a bar graph and then demonstrate the relationship between malnutrition and food security. This is a very comprehensive resource with handouts and step-by-step instructions.
Graphing Statistics & Opinions About Pets
Students explore how to use a double bar graph by polling other students about their feelings and experiences with pets. They also have the opportunity to think about how pets affect their lives. Students poll their classmates to find out what types of pets they have, how they feel about them and what type of pet they would be if they could be an animal. They graph their findings, using a double bar graph.
Paper Glider Measurement
Students create gliders and calculate the average that the gliders fly. In this gliders lesson plan, students modify the gliders and paperclips on the gliders to see how it could fly further.
In this measures of central tendency worksheet, young statiscians use fantasy basketball statistics to find mean, median, and range of player statistics. They then decide which player they would draft first. They create a five person starting line up of their choice of players. Double bar graphs are created of their information. A nice extension to this lesson might be to include analysis of box-and-whisker plots for each player.
Students investigate the accurate use of a variety of graphs to depict information in the proper way. They determine which graphs are used solve problems.
Let's Graph It! Pre-Test
For this graphing worksheet, students complete a set of 10 multiple choice questions, clicking on a link to see correct answers or print the page.
Let's Graph It
In this let's graph it worksheet, student interactively answer 10 multiple choice questions about graphing data and types of graphs, then click to check their answers.
Homework: Review Graphs
In this graphing worksheet, 6th graders read five steps to make a double bar graph. They answer six questions using a table and circle graph.
Data Analysis of Ground Level Ozone
Sixth graders construct and interpret graphs from ozone data collected in Phoenix area. Can be adapted to other areas.
Fifth graders conduct a survey and represent the collected data in the form of a graph. They examine the data and the graphs and analyze which graph corresponds to the proper heading.
Young scholars collect data and create Venn diagrams and double bar graphs. They listen to a version of The Three Little Pigs and decide the method for building a house. As they discuss what each house would be made of they move to yarn circles to represent a Venn diagram and create a bar graph.
Review Graphs - Reteach 10.1
In this interpreting graphs worksheet, students learn to make a double bar graph and then respond to 4 short answer questions.
What's Your Favorite? Bar Graphs - Enrichment 7.1
In this bar graph activity, students take a survey and use the information to create a double bar graph to answer related questions. Houghton Mifflin text referenced.
Problem Solving: Show Data in Different Ways
In this graphing worksheet, students first use a double bar graph to solve 3 problems, then use a scatter plot to solve 3 additional problems.
Double Bar Graphs - Reteach 7.1
In this graphs worksheet, students study and analyze a double bar graph on favorite sports. Students utilize the data on the bar graphs to answer 8 short answer questions.