Interpreting Graphs


In our Interpreting Graphs lesson plan, students learn strategies for interpreting graphs. Students also learn various uses for graphs and about different types of graphs that they may encounter.


Our Interpreting Graphs lesson plan introduces students to the concept of and uses for graphs. This interactive lesson equips students to identify different types of graphs, interpret graphs, and create graphs using the given data. During this lesson, students are asked to create their own line, bar and pie charts and share their graphs with the group. Students are also asked to answer questions about given graphs in order to demonstrate that they understand how to interpret them.

At the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify different types of graphs, interpret graphs, and create graphs using the given data.

Common Core State Standards: None.

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Interpreting graphs

The interpreting graphs section was easily explained. My child struggles with abstract thinking and he was able to pick up on the graphing easily.