1. Topic

The Different Types of Graphs, focusing on Pictographs, Bar Graph,
Pie Chart, and Line Graph. 


2. Content

Understanding, describing, and being able to formulate the different
types of graphs. Including the uses of a Pictograph, a Bar Graph,
a Pie Chart, and a line graph. Using data related to popular fairy
tales making it easy to understand the data. 


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

1.For the student to be able to determine which graph is needed
for each type of data
2.For the students to be able to figure out how to use the data in
the graph
3.For the students to be able to read and understand each graph. 


4. Objectives

1.Students will be able to use the provided worksheets to create
graphs
2. Read each graph and be able to understand the data represented.



5. Materials and Aids

A PowerPoint presentation which provides the information needed
to be graphed along with the different graphs completed.
Worksheets, which will allow the students to actively participate
Pens and Pencils to fill in the graphed areas. 


6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1. Pass out worksheets
2.Go over each type of Graph



B. Development
1.Go through each example on the power point



C. Practice
1.The students will go through the different activity worksheets
and on their own make the graphs needed for completion



D. Independent Practice
1. Students will be asked to check with a partner and then once
the class is finished an example will be drawn on the white board. 


E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)

F. Checking for understanding
1. When the final example is drawn on the white board any questions
will be assessed and then the final example will be put on the screen
so that the students can understand how it is supposed to look and
why. 


G. Closure
1. Review Questions will be asked at the end of each graph. 

