Reflection: Advanced Students Favorite Summer Activity - Section 2: Assessment: Independent Survey


I have included an example of a student's completed work (Completed Survey Work.pdf). This is an example of a student who met the first grade standard and also the graphing standard of 2nd grade, which was exciting to see.

The student was able to clearly collect and organize her data.  She was then able to build a bar graph to represent the data. The graph contained three categories, labeled axis, and a title.  Finally the student was able to analyze her data by correctly answering the questions and writing "I notice statements" about her results (CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.MD.C.4 & CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.D.10).

I have also talked to the students about leaving a space between each bar on the graph.  As students work with bar graphs in later grades, connected bars represent data that is related to each other.  In this case the votes are not contingent on each other and therefore need a space.  

  Advanced Students: Looking At Student Work
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Favorite Summer Activity

Unit 18: Reviewing Data Collecting and Graphing
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT independently conduct a survey, collect data, represent it, and analyze the results.

Big Idea: Summer is here, and the students need to let you now what their favorite summer activity is. Students will interview their classmates and organize the results. Then they will answer questions about their findings.

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