Learn how to choose the best way to show what you see and think in tables, graphs, and pictographs.
In this activity, students will use the criteria and a thinking strategy to identify effective representations. While this activity uses examples related to water conservation, any science concept, phenomenon, or content could be used to help nurture the competency of processing and analyzing data and information.
Conduct a student poll on a different topic, or provide students with a data set and them create their own effective representation.
Throughout the activity consider how well students:
Guide students in using the “Assessing my ability to make effective representations” rubric during the activity.
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