Animal Speed and Data

Unit 7: Life Science
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: SWBAT collect data and turn that data into a graphical representation or graph in order to draw conclusions about animal speed.

Big Idea: In order to understand how scientists use data to make determinations, students need to practice with collecting it and turing it into a visual model that can be used to understand concepts. In this activity, students use animal speeds to create their grap

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Science, visual display, visual aids, Graphing, speed, data representation, animal, life science
  40 minutes
cheetah
 
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