Reflection: Gradual Release Taste Test...Gathering Data - Section 5: Expand


The next steps in analyzing data will continue to happen throughout the school year.  It will take many opportunities for the children to practice creating graphs and working on those comparative statements.  The great thing is that CCSS math standards have both of these skills interwoven into them as well.  I know we will have many chances to practice these skills again and again.  

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Taste Test...Gathering Data

Unit 3: Unit 3 - Apples, Pumpkins and Bread!! OH! My!!
Lesson 5 of 11

Objective: SWBAT gather and anaylze data after tasting various apple types.

Big Idea: Interpreting and analyzing data within a graph is important to share scientific knowledge.

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