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

## Prior Knowledge

### Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### Lesson Graph Sources

### Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

## Vocabulary

### Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### Lesson Graph Sources

### Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

## Teach-Key Ideas

### Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### Lesson Graph Sources

### Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

## Above Level

### Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### Lesson Graph Sources

### Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

## Intervention

### Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### Lesson Graph Sources

### Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

## On Level

### Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### Lesson Graph Sources

### Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

## Early Finishers

### Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

### Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

### Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

### Lesson 4-9 Ordered Pairs

### Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

### Lesson Graph Sources

### Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

### Lesson 4-13 Data from Surveys

### Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs

## Mn. State Standards

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

## Key Concepts Covered in
Unit

### Locate and graph ordered pair

### Read, interpret, and make graphs

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

### Interpret survey results and
make predictions

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Review place value, review parts of pictographs.

Review ordering numbers on a number line.

Review rounding numbers and estimating.

Review locating numbers on a number line.

Review plotting points on a coordinate grid.

Review graphs used so far in chapter.

Review reading a tally chart.

Review Finding and Extending Patterns

(Data) - (pictograph) - (key)

(Line Plot) - (Outlier), Plot

(Bar Graph) - (Scale) - (Interval)

(Coordinate Grid) - (Ordered Pair) - (Plot)

(Line Graph) - (Trend), Increase, Decrease, Constant

(Survey)

(Scale)

Discuss key and its importance in pictographs.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Wkst. E 4-6, Create pictograph with key, exchange with a partner and interpret partners graph.

Wkst. E 4-7, Create a line plot for data file pg. 207, determine outlier if any.

Wkst. E 4-8, Have students create bar graph from dice game pg. 211

Wkst. E 4-9, Extension - Draw a coordinate grid to plot each point. Find a pattern.

Wkst. E 4-10, Have students create a graph and data in excel.

Wkst. E 4-11, Have students exchange graphs and interpret.

Wkst. E 4-13, Create a graph from data in two formats.

Wkst. E-4-14, Create a graph that could mislead.

Wkst. R 4-6, Create pictograph using play money, dimes, Ask questions of information in graph.

Wkst. R 4-7, Create Line Plot of number of brothers and sister. Have students place x on correct number. Ask which number has the most x's.

Wkst. R 4-8, Have students follow the labels to find the name of the needed data. Help them follow the bar across to scale.

Wkst. R 4-9, Have student do problems in practice 8-19, even #'s

Wkst. R 4-10, Ask students if the line is increasing, decreasing or staying the same. Is this a pattern?

Wkst. R 4-11, Have blanks on a graph, and ask questions to guide student.

Wkst. R 4-13, Have students ask a question with a yes or no answer. Demonstrate with entire class.

Wkst. R 4-14, Ensure student checks that graph starts at zero.

Wkst. P 4-6, Create pictograph pg. 205 Summer 2004 Visitors

Wkst. P 4-7, 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.

Wkst. P 4-8, Have students do practice 6-12, ensure students recognize vertical and horizontal graphs.

Wkst. P 4-9, Have students practice giving ordered pair for practice #8-19

Wkst. P 4-10, Compare and Contrast questions to assist students understanding.

Wkst. P 4-11, Practice different problem solving skills. What do they know?

Wkst. P 4-13, May want to have them work in groups, and create a graph from data.

Wkst. P 4-14, Suggest student check for key words in questions to help them make comparisons.

Have students do practice A 5-6-7-8

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

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

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

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

Create another graph with same informaiton.

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

Redraw inaccurate graph correctly.

Lesson 4-6 Pictographs

Lesson 4-7 Line Plots

Lesson 4-8 Bar Graphs

Lesson 4-10 Line Graphs

Lesson 4-11 Make a Graph

Lesson 4-13 Data From a Survey

Lesson 4-14 Misleading Graphs