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Basic Competence: Presenting data in tables and bar charts, line, and pie chart.

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Indicator: Cognitive 1. Presenting data in bar charts data from everyday life problem. 2. Presenting data in a line diagram from every day life problem. 3. Presenting data in a pie chart from every day life problem. 4. Differ the using of presenting data in bar charts, line, and pie chart. Psycomotor 1. Drawing bar charts. 2. Drawing line diagrams. 3. Drawing circle diagrams. Affective 1. Behavior Character : Students can practice their responsibllity, careful, and never give up.

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Social Skills : Student can practice to be good listener, brave to asking, answering question and brave to saying their argument.

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Learning Objective: Cognitive 1. Students are able to presenting data in bar charts by giving everyday life problem corectly. 2. Students are able to presenting data in a line diagram by giving everyday life problem. 3. 4. Students are able to presenting data in a pie chart by giving everyday life problem. Students are able to differ the using presenting data by giving everyday life problem.

Psycomotor

1. Students are able to drawing bar charts by given everyday life corectly. 2. Students are able to drawing line diagrams by given everyday life corectly. 3. Students are able to drawing circle diagrams by given everyday life corectly. Afective 1. Behavior Character : Students join in teaching and learning process student center. Students are able to show their responsibllity, careful, and never give up. 2. Social Skills : Students join in teaching and learning process of student center. Student can practice to be good listener, brave to asking, answering question and brave to saying their argument. e. Learning Model: Classroom Discussion Learning Method: Beach ball strategy.

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Learning Activities: Introduction ( 15 minutes) Phase 1. Clarify aims and establish set 1. 2. Teacher explains the aims and procedures for the lesson. Apperception : Teacher remainds students how to represent world problems into bar charts, line diagram and circle diagram that they learn before. Bar Graph A special graph that uses bars to show relative sizes of data Imagine you just did a survey of your friends to find which kind of movie they liked best. Here are the results: TABLE FAVORITE TYPE OF MOVIE Action Romance Drama 5 6 1

Comedy 4

Sci-Fi 4

Pie Chart - A special chart that uses "pie slices" to show relative sizes of data. Comedy 4 4/20 360 = 72 Action 5 5/20 360 = 90 Romance 6 6/20 360 = 108 Drama i 1 1/20 360 = 18 SciFi 4 4/20 60 = 72 TOTAL 20 360

Line Graph - A graph that shows information that is connected in some way (such as change over time) The table below shows daily temperatures for New York City, recorded for 6 days, in degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures in New York City Day Degree in Fahrenhait 1 43 2 53 3 50 4 57 5 59 6 67

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Motivation : Teacher gives motivation that dealing with presenting data in our daily life.

Badan Pusat Statistik is using bar chart to know and compare the population growth every year in Indonesia. Bursa Efek is usually use the line diagram to know the change rate of money change dollar to rupiah. Pie diagram is usually to knowing the percentage of harvest from garden..... 4. Teacher sets the seating of students become U-shape. Main Activities ( 50 minutes) Phase 2. Focus the discussion 5. 6. Students are told that the learning activity use beach ball strategy. Teacher tells the rule to the students about beach ball strategy: o Teacher gives some question to the students. o Teacher throws a ball to one student who raises her/his hand to answer the teachers question, if no one raises his hand the teacher throws the ball to the student freely. o Student who gets the ball must answer the question. o If the answer is true the ball back to the teacher. Each students get worksheet from the teacher. Students are asked to give attention to the worksheet.

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Phase 3. Hold the discussion 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Teacher gives the question and throws the ball to one of student who raises his hand to answer the question. It is signal that the discussion is begun. Student who gets the ball answer the question in worksheet number 1. Teacher asks the other students opinion about the answer of the first student. Student who already answer the first question throws the ball to the other friends. Student who gets the ball answer the next question in the worksheet. Students are motivated to be active in discussion. If there are passive students, teacher or student can throw the ball to them.

Closure ( 15 minutes) Phase 4. End the discussion 16. Teacher gives feedback to the answer of the worksheet. 17. Teacher tells the meaning of the discussion that already held to students. o Students can differ the using of bar chart, line diagram and circle diagram correctly. o Students can be active to give the opinion and share their ideas into whole class. 18. Teacher gives individual quiz to the students to know their understanding.

Phase 5. Debrief the discussion 19. Teacher and students make summaries of the learning today.

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A bar chart is useful for comparing facts. The bars provide a visual display for comparing quantities in different categories. Bar graphs help us to see relationships quickly. Bar graphs can have horizontal or vertical bars. Another name for a bar graph is a bar chart. A line diagram is useful in displaying data or information that changes continuously over time. The points on a line graph are connected by a line. Another name for a line graph is a line chart. A pie chart shows how the parts of something relate to the whole. A pie graph is divided into sectors, where each sector represents a particular category. Pie chart are popular because they provide a visual presentation of the whole and its parts. However, they are best used for displaying data when there are no more than 5 or 6 sectors and when the values of each section are different. Students are asked about the impression of the discussion that already held. Teacher asks the students to learn the next topic for the next meeting.

h. Assesment SCORING CARD OF INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE Scoring No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Performance Showing comprehension dealing with bar chart, line diagram and pie chart. The skill to draw bar chart, line diagram and pie chart. The skill to comprehend the problems dealing with bar chart, line diagram and pie chart. The skill to solve problems dealing with bar chart, line diagram and pie chart. Achieved Score Maximum Score 16 4 3 2 1

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1. Draw appropriate diagram for the data on the left. Since the larger number of children is 62, make a scale of 0 to 70, and give a label to each 10 children. Rank of Childhood Contagious Diseases in 2000

2. Draw apropriate diagram illustrating the rupiah fluctuation in comparison with US $ in the foreign currency exchange market in Jakarta in July 2001.

3. The table below shows the music preferences of 300 students at Adams School. Each student voted only once. Construct appropriate diagrams. Music Type Number of Students Rap 105 Rock and Roll 84 Alternative 45 Country 36 Classical 30 4. Use the data available in the table on the bellow. Which type(s) of diagrams is (are) appropriate to present the data? Draw the diagram (s). a. Bar diagram b. Line diagram c. Pie diagram ( If theres one or two of diagram is not appropriate, give your reason!) Year Number of Cases 1998 1184

1999 2000

1. Contagious Disease Draw a bar diagram for the data on the left. Since the larger number of children is 62, make a scale of 0 to 70, and give a label to each 10 children. Rank of Childhood Contagious Diseases in 2000

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2. Draw apropriate diagram illustrating the rupiah fluctuation in comparison with US $ in the foreign currency exchange market in Jakarta in July 2001.

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3. The table below shows the music preferences of 300 students at Adams School. Each student voted only once. Construct appropriate diagrams. Music Type Number of Students Rap 105 Rock and Roll 84 Alternative 45 Country 36 Classical 30 25 Music Rap 126 Rock and Roll 100.8 Alternative Country 43.2 Classical 36 Total 360 Type 105 84 45 36 30 300 Number of Students Percent 105 300 x 100 = 35% 84 300 x 100 = 28% 45 300 x 100 = 15% 36 300 x 100 = 12% 30 300 x 100 = 10% 100% Degrees 0.35 x 360 = 0.28 x 360 = 0.15 x 350 = 54 0.12 x 360 = 0.10 x 360 =

4. Use the data available in the table on the bellow. Which type(s) of diagrams is (are) appropriate to present the data? Draw the diagram (s). a. Bar diagram b. Line diagram c. Pie diagram ( If theres one or two of diagram is not appropriate, give your reason!) Year 1998 1999 2000 Number of Cases 1184 1050 916

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The bar diagram for the data above can be used to compare the number of cases in each year.

The line diagram for the data above can be used to show the tendency of the violence cases in the following years.

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A pie diagram is not appropriate for the data above because it cannot show parts of the whole. TOTAL SCORE

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QUIZ 1. Look at the table the population growth in Majalengka ! Year Population 2000 4000 2001 4550 2002 4450 2003 4600 2004 4750 Is each of the following diagrams appropriate to present the data? Draw the diagram(s) that is(are) appropriate for the data. a. Bar b. Line c. Pie ( If theres one or two of diagram is not appropriate, give your reason!) ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ 2. Look at the table result of Kepala Desa Sukamaju election ! Party Population Jeruk 75 Apel 125 Durian 55 Benteng 45 Beringin 60 Is each of the following diagrams appropriate to present the data? Draw the diagram(s) that is(are) appropriate for the data. a. Bar b. Line c. Pie ( If theres one or two of diagram is not appropriate, give your reason!) ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................

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QUIZ ANSWER KEY Question 1. Look at the table the population growth in Majalengka ! Year Population 2000 4000 2001 4550 2002 4450 2003 4600 2004 4750 Is each of the following diagrams appropriate to present the data? Draw the diagram(s) that is(are) appropriate for the data. a. Bar b. Line c. Pie ( If theres one or two of diagram is not appropriate, give your reason!)

5000 4800 4600 4400 4200 4000 3800 3600 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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5000 4800 4600 4400 4200 4000 3800 3600 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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Pie diagrams is not appropriate because we can not see the grow of the population.

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2. Look at the table result of Kepala Desa Sukamaju election ! Party Population Jeruk 75 Apel 125 Durian 55 Benteng 45 Beringin 60 Is each of the following diagrams appropriate to present the data? Draw the diagram(s) that is(are) appropriate for the data. a. Bar b. Line c. Pie ( If theres one or two of diagram is not appropriate, give your reason!) Party Jeruk Population Procent 75 x 100% = 20,83% = 21% Apel 125 x 100% = 34,72% = 35% Durian 55 x 100% = 15,28% = 15% Benteng 45 x 100% = 12,5% = 12% Beringin 60 x 100% = 16,67%= 17% TOTAL 360 100% Degreee 21 20 35 15 12 60 360

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Jeruk 17% 12% 15% 35% 21% Apel Durian Benteng Beringin

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Bar chart and Line chart is not appropriate because they use for to know the growth of something. Total Score

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