Students will be able to
- describe how to use a table to display the results of an investigation,
- identify why graphs are useful in an investigation (for example, they communicate data more easily than sentences),
- compare different types of graphs (line plots, dot plots, and bar graphs) to determine which is best at presenting data for a specific investigation,
- match line plots and bar graphs with data from an investigation,
- identify and describe conclusions by analyzing and interpreting data presented in tables and graphs.