Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge How Many Siblings Do You Have? - Section 2: Whole Group Interaction


I decided to use siblings as our topic discussion because it applies to their everyday lives. This topic provided them with a familiar starting point for the discussion and made it easier for them to compare and contrast the data that went up on the Venn diagram.

Watch the video, questions for venn diagram, where we analyzed the votes that went on the diagram.

  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Strong connections
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How Many Siblings Do You Have?

Unit 9: Graphs, Tables, and Charts
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use a bar graph to answer questions about the total and how many more/less in each category.

Big Idea: My students need continuous practice with building graphs and comparing/contrasting information on the graphs. Here they will use their family tree to build a graph and find how many in all along with how many more or less.

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Math, Data Use and Analysis, Data collection / Organization / Display, bar graph, First Grade, more, Less, charts, organization, pictograph, graph
  40 minutes
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