Finer grained standards that are part of this one
Formulate and answer questions that can be proven with data (bar graphs, pictographs and/or tally charts)
Collect, organize and display relevant data to answer questions
Discuss whether a prediction or statement is likely or unlikely based on a comparison to the data
Participate in classroom graphing activities.
Read and compare data shown on bar graphs, pictographs and/or tally charts (guiding questions may include: How many? How many more? How many less? Equal? Why? What? How do you know?).
Sort and classify objects according to their attributes and organize data about these objects.
Represent data using concrete objects, pictures and graphs.
Discuss why a prediction or statement based on data is either likely or unlikely.
Provide easy to read data sets for the students.
Assist (as needed) learners in reading the data, deducing information, drawing conclusions and applying data to future events/behaviors.