# 4th Grade Mathematics Foresman/Wesly, 2008 Unit- Graphs

by Maleah Pedersen
# 1. Prior Knowledge

## 1.1. Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### 1.1.1. Review place value, review parts of pictographs.

## 1.2. Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### 1.2.1. Review ordering numbers on a number line.

## 1.3. Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### 1.3.1. Review rounding numbers and estimating.

## 1.4. Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### 1.4.1. Review locating numbers on a number line.

## 1.5. Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### 1.5.1. Review plotting points on a coordinate grid.

## 1.6. Lesson Graph Sources

## 1.7. Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### 1.7.1. Review graphs used so far in chapter.

## 1.8. Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### 1.8.1. Review reading a tally chart.

## 1.9. Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

### 1.9.1. Review Finding and Extending Patterns

# 2. Vocabulary

## 2.1. Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### 2.1.1. (Data) - (pictograph) - (key)

## 2.2. Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### 2.2.1. (Line Plot) - (Outlier)

2.2.1.1. Plot

## 2.3. Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### 2.3.1. (Bar Graph) - (Scale) - (Interval)

## 2.4. Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### 2.4.1. (Coordinate Grid) - (Ordered Pair) - (Plot)

## 2.5. Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### 2.5.1. (Line Graph) - (Trend)

2.5.1.1. Increase

2.5.1.2. Decrease

2.5.1.3. Constant

## 2.6. Lesson Graph Sources

## 2.7. Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

## 2.8. Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### 2.8.1. (Survey)

## 2.9. Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

### 2.9.1. (Scale)

# 3. Teach-Key Ideas

## 3.1. Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### 3.1.1. Discuss key and its importance in pictographs.

## 3.2. Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### 3.2.1. Point out the greatest number and the number with the most x's may be different. Discuss outlier.

## 3.3. Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### 3.3.1. How to read bar graphs, and how to read numbers that fall between intervals

## 3.4. Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### 3.4.1. Explain ordered pair always begin at zero and work right, then upward. R U Right, Up

## 3.5. Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### 3.5.1. Shapes of the graphs data can be used to compare the data. What trend does the student observe?

## 3.6. Lesson Graph Sources

## 3.7. Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### 3.7.1. Have students create a graph from data. Why do we use graphs?

## 3.8. Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### 3.8.1. Students asking questions that have specific choices. Display data collected in a data set.

## 3.9. Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

### 3.9.1. How to avoid misleading graphs, not to rely on visual pictures.

# 4. Above Level

## 4.1. Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### 4.1.1. Wkst. E 4-6

4.1.1.1. Create pictograph with key, exchange with a partner and interpret partners graph.

## 4.2. Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### 4.2.1. Wkst. E 4-7

4.2.1.1. Create a line plot for data file pg. 207, determine outlier if any.

## 4.3. Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### 4.3.1. Wkst. E 4-8

4.3.1.1. Have students create bar graph from dice game pg. 211

## 4.4. Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### 4.4.1. Wkst. E 4-9

4.4.1.1. Extension - Draw a coordinate grid to plot each point. Find a pattern.

## 4.5. Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### 4.5.1. Wkst. E 4-10

4.5.1.1. Have students create a graph and data in excel.

## 4.6. Lesson Graph Sources

## 4.7. Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### 4.7.1. Wkst. E 4-11

4.7.1.1. Have students exchange graphs and interpret.

## 4.8. Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### 4.8.1. Wkst. E 4-13

4.8.1.1. Create a graph from data in two formats.

## 4.9. Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

### 4.9.1. Wkst. E-4-14

4.9.1.1. Create a graph that could mislead.

# 5. Intervention

## 5.1. Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### 5.1.1. Wkst. R 4-6

5.1.1.1. Create pictograph using play money, dimes, Ask questions of information in graph.

## 5.2. Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### 5.2.1. Wkst. R 4-7

5.2.1.1. Create Line Plot of number of brothers and sister. Have students place x on correct number. Ask which number has the most x's.

## 5.3. Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### 5.3.1. Wkst. R 4-8

5.3.1.1. Have students follow the labels to find the name of the needed data. Help them follow the bar across to scale.

## 5.4. Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### 5.4.1. Wkst. R 4-9

5.4.1.1. Have student do problems in practice 8-19, even #'s

## 5.5. Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### 5.5.1. Wkst. R 4-10

5.5.1.1. Ask students if the line is increasing, decreasing or staying the same. Is this a pattern?

## 5.6. Lesson Graph Sources

## 5.7. Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### 5.7.1. Wkst. R 4-11

5.7.1.1. Have blanks on a graph, and ask questions to guide student.

## 5.8. Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### 5.8.1. Wkst. R 4-13

5.8.1.1. Have students ask a question with a yes or no answer. Demonstrate with entire class.

## 5.9. Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

### 5.9.1. Wkst. R 4-14

5.9.1.1. Ensure student checks that graph starts at zero.

# 6. On Level

## 6.1. Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### 6.1.1. Wkst. P 4-6

6.1.1.1. Create pictograph pg. 205 Summer 2004 Visitors

## 6.2. Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### 6.2.1. Wkst. P 4-7

6.2.1.1. Create Line Plot of number of brothers and sister. Have students place x on correct number. Ask which number has the most x's. Have student locate outlier.

## 6.3. Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### 6.3.1. Wkst. P 4-8

6.3.1.1. Have students do practice 6-12, ensure students recognize vertical and horizontal graphs.

## 6.4. Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### 6.4.1. Wkst. P 4-9

6.4.1.1. Have students practice giving ordered pair for practice #8-19

## 6.5. Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### 6.5.1. Wkst. P 4-10

6.5.1.1. Compare and Contrast questions to assist students understanding.

## 6.6. Lesson Graph Sources

## 6.7. Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### 6.7.1. Wkst. P 4-11

6.7.1.1. Practice different problem solving skills. What do they know?

## 6.8. Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### 6.8.1. Wkst. P 4-13

6.8.1.1. May want to have them work in groups, and create a graph from data.

## 6.9. Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

### 6.9.1. Wkst. P 4-14

6.9.1.1. Suggest student check for key words in questions to help them make comparisons.

# 7. Early Finishers

## 7.1. Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### 7.1.1. Have students do practice A 5-6-7-8

## 7.2. Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### 7.2.1. Use data in data file pg. 207 and create a pictograph.

## 7.3. Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### 7.3.1. Redraw bar graph pg. 209 with 1 for the interval.

## 7.4. Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### 7.4.1. Make a pictograph using data pg. 215- mixed review.

## 7.5. Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### 7.5.1. Use graph on pg. 216 and estimate what year the population will reach 5, 7, and 9 million.

## 7.6. Lesson Graph Sources

## 7.7. Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### 7.7.1. Create another graph with same informaiton.

## 7.8. Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### 7.8.1. Have student write a follow up question to break the tie in the original survey pg 230.

## 7.9. Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

### 7.9.1. Redraw inaccurate graph correctly.

# 8. Mn. State Standards

## 8.1. Data Analysis-Collect, organize, display and interpret data, including data collected over a period of time and data represented by fractions and decimals.

### 8.1.1. Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### 8.1.2. Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### 8.1.3. Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### 8.1.4. Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### 8.1.5. Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### 8.1.6. Lesson 4-13 Data From a Survey

### 8.1.7. Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

# 9. Key Concepts Covered in Unit

## 9.1. Locate and graph ordered pair

## 9.2. Read, interpret, and make graphs

## 9.3. Use data in tables and tally charts to solve problems

## 9.4. Interpret survey results and make predictions