Sunnyvale
July 17, 2021, 5:00:00 PM
Saturday
Level 3

Ms. Briana

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

Continuation

Measurment

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Comparison

Measure and compare objects in standard units.

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Identify that length can be measure with rulers, tape measures, etc.

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Express, with a unit number, the length difference of objects in terms which is longer or shorter.

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Measure the length of objects by selecting appropriate measurement tools.

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Understand units of measurement and which unit is most appropriate to measure which attribute.

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2nd

Vocabulary:

Rulers, Yard Sticks, Measuring Tape, Tailors Tape, Units, Measurement, Length and Compare

Activities:

Students explored Rulers, Yard Sticks and Measuring Tape and Tailors Tape.

Students measured each other and converted inches into feet and feet into yards.

Students calculated the difference between each others height. (Students created a chart to collect and organize the data- we will use later in the class when we are working on graphing data.)

Students then played a game where they held up signs for which measuring tool would be best for measuring different objects.

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
New
Data Probability
Interpreting Data
Construct and read simple graphs from given information to solve problems.

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Supporting targets:
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Understand that a graph is a visual representation of data.

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Become familiar with the vocabulary associated with graphs: unit, scale, title and labels.

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Construct and read a scaled bar graph.

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Understand how to use the scale to accurately read a bar graph.

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2nd

Vocabulary:

Qualitative, Data, Bar Graph,Scale, Unit, Title, Label and Tally Marks

Activities:

Students learned about labels and scales.

Students used the data they gathered measuring each others heights and created a bar graph together on the large white board.

Students then answered questions using the graph. Who had the tallest?Who had the shortest? did anyone have the same height?

Students worked individually to create a graph of the bowling data from last week. Once each students completed their graph we compared the graphs to see if they were the same. Students then worked together to create the graph on a larger white board discussing and compromising on their scales and etc.

Home Exploration

Create a Bar graph showing the ages of 7 individuals you interact with. Bring to clsss to show your peers next clsss.

What are you measuring?

Who's age are you graphing?

What is the oldest age?

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