Interpreting Graphs

A follow up to the lesson I planned where the students were planning and making their own graphs based on a class survey was using this online BBC resource. It is an interactive video and activity segment that will take around ten minutes for your students to complete and gives them an opportunity to answer questions and complete tasks based on information they can get from interpreting graphs. It’s not a long activity and would be better suited to perhaps a group rotation type mathematics lesson where students take part in a different activity for a short time period and then change, but enjoyable and engaging none the less.

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