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Math
Objective: What I
am Teaching
(Standard)

Key Vocabulary: What
we expect to hear

Wednesday Tuesday

Monday

4.14 – SWBAT
 TAILS: Title, Axis,
collect, organize,
Increments,
Labels, Spaces
display, and
between
interpret data from a

Horizontal
variety of graphs.

Vertical
(bar and line graph)
 Bar graph
 Line graph

Key Questions:
Anticipatory Set
- What methods could be
used to collect data?
- Collect data gathered
from observations,
measurement, surveys,
scientific experiments,
polls, or
questionnaires.
- How could you organize
data you have collected
into a chart or table?
- Make a prediction on the
outcome of collected
data and interpret the
data shown on the
graph to evaluate your
prediction.
- Write at least one
sentence to describe
the analysis and
interpretation of the
data, identifying parts
of the data that have
special characteristics,
including categories
with the greatest, the
least, or the same.

Whole Group: Conditions:
Instructional Activities/Material

 Warm Up: Today’s Number
 Direct Instruction:
“Sandwich Data” use DOE
lesson to introduce why we
use graphs and how we
can use graphs to more
easily read collected data.
 Use IA “Sisk- Graphing
Practice” to guide students
through interpreting bar
graphs.
 Student Survey- SW
conduct a survey for the
students in the class, and
then create a bar graph
from the data collected.

 Warm Up: Today’s Number
 Direct Instruction:
“Boston Marathon”
(Investigations) TW read
aloud story about a race,
 Warm Up: Today’s Number
 Direct Instruction: Motion
Graph (Investigations) TW
display motion graph and
SW interpret data from the
line graph and respond to
questions.
 Hot or Cold? (DOE Lesson)
With given temperature

Criteria
In groups, students will
respond orally to
questions about
“Sandwich Data” with
100% accuracy.
Students will respond
orally to questions
from the IA quiz with
100% accuracy.
Students will create a
survey, collect data,
and create a bar graph
from data collected
with 80% accuracy.

Students will follow
along with teacher, as
they create a line
graph from teacher
read-aloud with 100%
accuracy.
With
guidance,
students will interpret
data from a line graph
and respond orally to
questions with 100%
accuracy.
With guidance,
students will create a

Friday y Thursda

 Warm Up: Today’s Number
 Direct Instruction: SW
write at least one sentence
to describe the analysis
 Warm Up: Today’s Number
 Direct Instruction: Using
Lesson 17-2 and 17-5 TW
guide students through
interpreting line and bar
graphs. SW use TAILS to

Students will work in
pairs to write at least
one sentence to
describe the analysis
Students will work
independently to
respond to questions
interpreting both bar
and line graphs with
80% accuracy.