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Making a scaled bar graph (Common Core 3.MD.3)

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From learnzillion.com (Approved: wendyofoz), produced by LearnZillion
 
This video (running time 4:40) explains how to make a scaled bar graph by skip counting. Beginning by defining the word scaled as "using a shrinking machine," it explains the purpose of drawing things to scale. Data is given in table format, showing why a scaled bar graph is needed (the numbers are too big to count by ones). The instructor shows how to determine which number she will skip count by in drawing the bars. (NOTE: From 3:01 to 4:34, the video shows a black screen while the sound continues. At this point, you could draw the graph for students so they can see it. The final graph is shown briefly at the end of video.) **Link also includes activities and slides to use with the lesson, as well as a 2:48 minute guided practice video.
 
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