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10/10/2011

JESÚS LOZANO LLORENS
LESSON PLAN  Level:
2n ESO
Aims:
To present information drawing pictures as bar charts, pie charts and trend graphs.To interpret these kind of pictures.
Teaching objectives:
Content
Bar charts
Pie charts
Trend graphsCommunication
Making comparisons
How many …?, What fraction …?, What percentage …?(Language
of
learning)Cognition
Remembering which sort of picture is more suitable depending on the information.
Applying pictures to make the information easier to understand.
Analysing graphs.Culture
As we watch television or read the newspapers we are given information and statistics,in the form of a picture (births, road-accidents, deaths, exports, etc…)
Outcomes:
At the end of the lesson, students will be able to
choose the more suitable picture according to the information.
recognise the importance to use these pictures.
construct bar charts, pie charts and trend graphs accurately.
compare information from charts and graphs.
1.Power-point to introduce the subject: what it is about and the topics that will be explained(10 m).2.The teacher will give out three different tables with some information and threeincomplete charts (only axis and circle). The students will have to match the tables andthe pictures.(5 m)3.The teacher will put the students into three groups. Each group will draw one type of  picture. (15 m)4.When they have finished, the teacher will show the solution with a power-point step bystep. (10 m)5.Finally students will be provided with some questions related to the pictures (worksheetA) and the answers (worksheet B). Working in pairs, they will have to be able to interpretthem through the questions.(20 m)6.Homework: a handout to present information by means of a picture and a handout withseveral questions.
Resources
For the power-point: a computer, a screen and a projector.
For the exercises:
Match exercise: three photocopies with the tables and the pictures.
Question exercise: two photocopies to each student.
For the homework: two photocopies to each student.
Assessment
Each exercise will be suitably marked.
In the classroom, students will be asked to assess each other.Jesús Lozano Llorens

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The branch of Mathematics that deals with collectingand presenting facts and figures is calledStatistics.Very often the information is presented in the form of a picture which makes it easier to understand. In thisclass, we will learn:To choose the more suitable picture (bar charts,trend graphs or pie charts) according to theinformation.To draw them.To interpret them.
Jesús Lozano Llorens

BAR CHARTS
Bar charts consist of an axis and a series of labelled horizontal or vertical rectangular bars of lengths thatshow different valuesfor each bar.Barchartsareparticularlysuitablefor makingcomparisons.
Example:Thebar chart below shows theweight in kilograms of some fruit sold oneday by a local market.

PIE CHARTS
A pie chart is a circlegraph divided intosectors(pieces) illustratingfrequencies or percents.Thecentral angleofeachsector isproportionaltothequantityitrepresents.
FRACTION ·360º= CENTRAL ANGLE
Itisusedtoshow how apartofsomethingrelatestothewhole.
Example:
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