Reflection: Accountability Graphing- Using a Survey Day 1 - Section 2: Presentation of Lesson


For this lesson, I have been asked, why have everyone make the graph instead of one per table?  This is a valid point.  I choose to have every student complete a graph so that all of the students are getting the graphing practice and to ensure that they are all participating.  I sometimes see when there is just one paper per table, one student takes over all the work and the other get off task.

  Making Sure Everyone Participates
  Accountability: Making Sure Everyone Participates
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Graphing- Using a Survey Day 1

Unit 6: Graphing and Measurement
Lesson 8 of 18

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

Big Idea: Our first class survey is about our favorite animals. After graphing the results of this survey, the students will work with the classmates at their table to survey their favorite sports.

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