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What playground toy should the principal buy for us?

Unit 4: Charting and Analyzing Data
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use a graph as evidence in a persuasive letter. SWBAT evaluate statements to determine which statement is true, citing evidence in the graph.

Big Idea: Students apply what they know about data analysis to determining which statements are true or false about a graph. Students also begin to understand how graphs are used in the real world by using a graph in a persuasive letter.

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