Literacy

Professional Development

September 19, 2011

Graphing

For the last 2 weeks in math we have been discussing graphs. I am quickly learning that I need to assume nothing when it comes to their prior learning experiences. I decided that we would rewind, and review the small things.

I started with Parts of a Graph and Types of Graphs.


We then, slowly, created class graph, analyzed them, and became graphing experts!! Below is a picture of one of our graphs. (Forgot to take pictures of the others! OOPS!)

HERE are my labels if you want to use them to make charts and graphs.

Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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