In the previous lesson, students looked at different ways to organize data to make it easier to ask and answer questions about data. In this lesson, students are introduced to a picture graph as a way to represent data. Throughout the lesson, students make sense of the structure and features of a picture graph as they consider what they can learn from a picture graph and the types of questions a picture graph can and cannot be used to answer. They use picture graphs to answer questions about how many are in a category as well as questions that ask them to combine or compare categories.
- Answer questions based on a picture graph.
- Determine whether a question can be answered by a given picture graph.
- Interpret data represented in a picture graph.
- Respondamos preguntas usando gráficas de dibujos.
|Activity 1||20 min|
|Activity 2||15 min|
|Lesson Synthesis||10 min|
Teacher Reflection Questions
- How Close? (1–5), Stage 3: Add to 100 (Addressing)
- Sort and Display (1–3), Stage 1: Any Way (Supporting)