Stem and Leaf Plot Teacher Resources
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Sal helps with data organization in this video, which focuses on stem and leaf plots. Clarifying that "this is just one of many, many, many ways to visualize data that you will run into in your mathematical or statistical futures," he explains the concept in a way that is helpful for both struggling and advanced mathematicians.
In this math skills worksheet, students solve 10 multiple choice math problems regarding stem and leaf plots. Students may view the correct answers.
Fifth graders create stem and leaf plots in a game type format. They identify the parts of the plots.
Young scholars explore the concept of stem and leaf plots. In this stem and leaf plots lesson, students plot the 50 US states' capitals on a stem and leaf plot according to the first letter of each state. Young scholars compare their stem and leaf plots with their classmates.
Learners organize statistical data using a stem and leaf plot. They complete examples where the stem is the greatest common place value of the data, and the leaves are the next greatest common place value.
Students are introduced to stem-and-leaf plots and calculating the mean, median, and mode from the plots.
Students are introduced to the function of frequency tables and stem and leaf plots. In groups, they determine the frequency of their teacher coughing, ringing a bell or raising their hand. To end the instructional activity, they determine frequency using a stem and leaf plot.
Students collect data and analyze it. In this statistics lesson, students interpret stem and leaf plots as they analyze their data. They organize their answers using a whisker plot to find the different quartiles.
Learners study the concept of data analysis by finding their pulses and comparing their pulse rates to other students. They draw conclusions about their physical fitness as it relates to others. Data is collected and organized into stem and leaf plots, histograms and box plots.
Young scholars are introduced to the organization of data This lesson is designed using stem and leaf plots. After gather data, they create a visual representation of their data through the use of a stem and leaf plot. Students drawing inferences from their data by viewing the plots.
Middle and high schoolers collect and analyze data from four different activities. The activities include information about classmates, tallying colors of cars in a parking lot, stem and leaf plots, and making a histogram from winning lottery numbers. An answer key is provided.
In this stem-and-leaf worksheet, students place statistical data in a stem-and-leaf plot. They identify the median, and range in a given set of data. There are four multi-step problems on this one-page worksheet.
Learners practice an alternative form of data presentation. They practice sequencing data, identifying the stem-and-leaf, creating stem-and-leaf plots, and drawing inferences from the data by viewing the plots.
Learners find the mean, median, and mode for each of four data sets. They are given two line plots, and compute the median and mode of the shown data. They find the median and mode for three stem and leaf plots. They solve two word problems, finding requested averages for included data.
Pupils collect and analyze data about the weather and learn to make a stem-and-leaf plot. They need access to a newspaper or other sources for collecting weather data.
Students analyze weather data. In this weather lesson, students record weather data for thirty days using the newspaper or the Internet, and construct a stem and leaf plot showing the weather patterns.
Learners complete multi-curricular activities in a Halloween themed lesson. In this Halloween lesson, students examine newspaper ads to find prices of pumpkins and use them to complete a stem and leaf plot. Learners find the diameter, circumference, and other data for the pumpkins. Students use balance scales and gram stackers to weigh pumpkins and then graph the data. Learners also construct a pictograph using Halloween candy as the data.
Learners create a paper airplane and change it to increase flight distance. They collect data from three airplane flights, then find the median distance. Using a stem-and-leaf plot, they collect, organize and interpret median distances.
Students explore the concept of statistical data. In this statistical data activity, students collect age statistics on their choice of actors, rappers, or singers. Students make a collage of the people sampled by cutting their pictures out of magazines and on-line. Students find the 5 number summary for their data and plot it using a stem and leaf plot.