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Bar graphs are used to compare things between different groups or to track changes over time. When trying to measure change over time, use bar graphs when the changes are larger. On line and bar graphs, label the x and y-axes with correct unit of measure.  = free = members only Basic Lesson
Students learn to make sense of bar graphs.
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Students begin to answer higher level questions based on bar graphs.
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Students answer 20 questions and react based on bar graphs
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Given a bar graph, students answer questions.
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A series of real world related bar graphs provides a great home activity.
Standard: MATH 1 View homework Students answer 10 quiz questions based on bar graphs.
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