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Explore politics by analyzing the voting process. Pupils discuss the purpose of casting votes in an election, then examine graphs based on the data from a previously held election's turnout. The instructional activity concludes as they answer study questions about the graphs and voting.
Students explore interpreting data while studying rocks and minerals. In this rocks and minerals lesson, students work in groups to determine the amount of waste produced following the extraction of precious metals. Data is collected and represented on a bar graph, and conclusions are drawn as a whole group.
Students listen to Courtney Baker's, "The Perfect Pet," on a day they bring a stuffed animal to school. They graph the types of stuffed animals that their classmates brought to school before answering questions based on the graph. Next, they determine which stuffed animals could be real pets, and discuss tame and wild animals. Finally, they write and illustrate a booklet entitled, "My Pet Book."
Two worksheets are provided here that contain the same information but ask different questions. The first worksheet has the learner draw the graph themselves before answering the questions that follow, and the second worksheet has the graph provided and asks a different set of questions. Answers are provided.
In this identifying synonyms and antonyms worksheet, students read descriptions and examples of synonyms and antonyms and then read illustrated cartoons using synonyms and antonyms in context and list the bold faced words as synonyms or antonyms. Students categorize five words.