Reflection: Data Analysis How to Use Graphs and Charts - Section 5: Closure

 

You can analyze your students work easily to see what you need to focus on with your students.  In this video Student Work Graphs and Charts.mp4, you will see what my students did with their independent work and areas that I've identified for growth.  Over the next few weeks I will focus on these areas of growth with my students in order for them to quickly improve.

  Data Analysis: Analyzing Student's Work
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How to Use Graphs and Charts

Unit 15: Nonfiction Text Features
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use graphs and chart text features in order to answer questions about key details in the text.

Big Idea: How do I keep all this information straight? Oh yeah, I need to use my charts and graphs!

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