Reflection: Relevance Graphing January's Weather - Section 4: Graphing the Data


Some students will have trouble or won't have a starting point when trying to figure out the missing category.  It is important that you circulate around and help students by facilitating a conversation with them.  There is a video in the section resource that models this begin done.

  Relevance: Intervention For Clarity
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Graphing January's Weather

Unit 7: Data and Analysis
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT look at a collection of data and organize it into groups. SWBAT determine the amount of days that we had each type and then graph it using a bar graph.

Big Idea: In honor of Global Warming, the students will graph the weather in Vermont for the month of January.

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