A functional maths task that helps students develop the language to interpret and describe various graphs and charts. Students have to make up a credible story about a chart or graph. The task can be good fun and has inbuilt peer assessment, which doesn’t have to be used. The main resource is a Smartboard file with pictures of the graphs/charts. Differentiation is inbuilt into the task through outcomes but there are also some extra slides to provide prompts and extra discussion points.

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  • Describing Graphs and Charts.notebook
  • Describing Graphs and Charts.ppt
  • barchart-normal.doc
  • correlation.doc
  • dis-time.doc
  • lineargraph.doc
  • piechart.doc
  • line graph.doc

2 Reviews

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  • 4

    Great idea to challenge the learners

  • 5
    user avatarAndy13uk3 years agoreport

    Excellent resource to conclude graphs with my pupils. Think they will have great fun with this!