## Reflection: Performance Tasks Make a Bar Graph - Section 4: Closing/Summarizing

When going back through the student_Journal.JPG, I noticed a trend that many of the students answered the question by stating that they both give information.  Although I was OK with this answer, I truly would have liked to have seen some more in depth answers - such as they both represent data.

Performance Tasks: Student journal

# Make a Bar Graph

Unit 4: Charts and Graphs
Lesson 4 of 9

## Big Idea: The Greats of Graph! In this lesson, students will make their own bar graphs.

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Math, charts, graph
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### Lisa Murdock

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