Reflection: Graphing- Using a Survey Day 2 - Section 2: Presentation of Lesson


This would be very difficult if you have not already taught vowels to your students.  We have been working on vowels in our reading lessons and my students have their names written on their name tags with the vowels in red and the consonants in black.  It may be helpful to do a reading activity prior to this where students count the vowels in their name and write it down.  The students could then save the paper for this lesson. 

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Graphing- Using a Survey Day 2

Unit 6: Graphing and Measurement
Lesson 9 of 18

Objective: Students will be able to survey their classmates and create a graph to show and analyze the results.

Big Idea: Who's Got Spots? is a book about students with the chicken pox. It shows examples of how we can gather and organize data. The students will then work with the classmates at their table to survey number of vowels in their names.

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Math, Graphing, more, Less, survey, Literacy in Math, shapes, sorting, length, weight
  55 minutes
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