- how to read a graph
- how to create a regular bar and double bar graph (remembering to always give the graph a title, labels, legend, proper scale, use a ruler)
- Tally chart
- how to create a pictograph
- how to read and create a stem-and-leaf plot
- finding the median (the middle number of organized data), the mode (the data which appears the most often) and the range (the highest minus the lowest data)
- stating information that is and is not in the graph (basically making statements as to what the graph tells you and doesn't tell you)
The students should have no problems with this test, as I've gone 2 weeks longer than I wanted to and I don't like to rush math. Everything is in their duotangs. I explained to them that they need to walk through their sheets and see what they could do to improve and what they did right. Please note that I will focus more on the reading of the graphs, as they've all created some great graphs for me.
All Super Story Maps are due on Friday. If they are having problems finishing a book, they can use a favourite book they have previously read.
French test on the verb "avoir" Friday.
If you have any Christmas themed novels at home and would be willing to lend them out during December, I'd greatly appreciate it. We are starting "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" on Monday as a read aloud. They will also need an independent book to read.