Interpreting graphs

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Levelled questions on line graphs and block graphs with APP links Gladiator themed In response to people asking for the answers, I found with my class that the children produced a range of readings from the line graphs and therefore would produce a range of answers, all equally correct. I deliberately wanted the activity to be open ended - some children used reading rounded to the nearest ten, an element that I hadn't anticipated.

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volcano addresses

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CreatedOct 30, 2011
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    user avatarSportyKa year agoReport

    Good cross-curricular links, well thought out.

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    i wan t the answer od lava emission line graph worksheet answer

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    user avatarJWhit0012 years agoReport

    Thank you! Just what I was looking for.

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    user avatarEmmaJ182 years agoReport

    Great to link to current topic - just what I needed! Thanks

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    user avatart__edmunds2 years agoReport

    I know it's pedantic but I would label the y axis on the Vesuvius line graphs as the units of measurement need to be specified.

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