In a previous lesson, students collected categorical class data and learned how to create a scaled picture graph. Students now make connections between scaled picture graphs and scaled bar graphs, and expand the idea of a scale that is more than one to bar graphs. In this lesson students choose a scale of 2 or 5 for their bar graph.
Tell students that, at the end of the lesson, they will be asked to identify specific examples of norms they experienced as they did math.
- Represent data using scaled bar graphs.
- Let’s make a scaled bar graph.
Materials to Gather
- Each student needs the picture graph they creaed in the previous lesson.
|Activity 1||10 min|
|Activity 2||25 min|
|Lesson Synthesis||10 min|
Teacher Reflection Questions
Based on students’ prior work with scaled picture graphs, what strategy did you anticipate today? What strategy did you not anticipate?
- Sort and Display (1–3), Stage 3: Scaled Graphs (Addressing)
- Five in a Row: Addition and Subtraction (1–2), Stage 6: Add within 100 with Composing (Supporting)