# 1 st Grade GT Chapter 1: Lessons 1-3 to 1-9 Radar Charts, Pitzer Mach Charts, Quadruple Bar Graphs, and More!

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1 st Grade GT Chapter 1: Lessons 1-3 to 1-9 Radar Charts, Pitzer Mach Charts, Quadruple Bar Graphs, and More!

Lesson 1-3: Today you will identify a radar chart. Put your homework in the bin. Write down tonight’s homework: R 1-3. Complete the drill on a piece of paper. 1.Make a bar graph for the data below. 2.Mark the years 1991-1995 on the bottom of the graph. 3.Mark 0 through 100 on the side. 4.The data is: 1991: 94;1992: 89;1993: 96;1994: 87;1995: 97. 5.The title is “Points Earned In Jogging.” Put that over the graph.

Lesson 1-3: Today you will identify a radar chart. With a partner, discuss: What is a radar chart?

This is!

I want you to find a partner and work on either Section 1 or Section 2.

Lesson 1-4 Drill 1.Place your homework on my desk 2.Write tonight’s homework into your planner 3.Complete the drill: Bob got \$39.37 on Monday and \$41.28 on Tuesday. Joe got \$38.91 on Monday and \$42.63 on Tuesday. Who got more money? Answer: Bob: \$80.65 total; Joe: \$81.54 total Joe got more money.

Lesson 1-4 Drill 1.Place your homework on my desk 2.Write tonight’s homework into your planner 3.Complete the drill: Bob got \$39.37 on Monday and \$41.28 on Tuesday. Joe got \$38.91 on Monday and \$42.63 on Tuesday. Who got more money? Answer: Bob: \$80.65 total; Joe: \$81.54 total Joe got more money.

Lesson 1-4: Today you will observe a goel na leur, leering goal.

Solve the problems below: 1.Bill has a peo leur from Japan and a peo goel from Jarvis Island. In the US, a peo leur costs \$8437.93 and a peo goel costs \$3849.28. Make a goel na leur for this. Find the mean. Answer: \$5748.36 2.One leur suit costs around \$3850. One goel suit costs exactly \$1749.28 lower. What is the exact cost of a leur suit? Answer: \$2100.03

Lesson 1-4: Today you will observe a goel na leur, leering goal. Solve the problems below: 1.Bill has a peo leur from Japan and a peo goel from Jarvis Island. In the US, a peo leur costs \$8437.93 and a peo goel costs \$3849.28. Make a goel na leur for this. Find the mean. Answer: \$5748.36 2.One leur suit costs around \$3850. One goel suit costs exactly \$1749.28 lower. What is the exact cost of a leur suit? Answer: \$2100.03

Lesson 1-4: Today you will observe a goel na leur, leering goal. Solve the problems below: 1.Bill has a peo leur from Japan and a peo goel from Jarvis Island. In the US, a peo leur costs \$8437.93 and a peo goel costs \$3849.28. Make a goel na leur for this. Find the mean. Answer: \$5748.36 2.One leur suit costs around \$3850. One goel suit costs exactly \$1749.28 lower. What is the exact cost of a leur suit? Answer: \$2100.03

Lesson 1-4 Review OlidTayoDelaGaroRonaTapiLenoTelaPeraTula Answer: What do you think?

Lesson 1-4 Review OlidTayoDelaGaroRonaTapiLenoTelaPeraTula What do you think? Answer:

Lesson 1-5: Today you will make a mach chart by diresposing pens for drawing. Put your homework in the bin Write tonight’s homework in: P 1-5 Solve the drill: If Ethan had 184 football cards and Tyler gave him 273 more cards, how much would Ethan have left? Follow-Up: Tyler had 492 cards. Using the question above, how much would Tyler have? Answer: Ethan: 457;Tyler: 219

Lesson 1-5: Today you will make a mach chart by diresposing pens for drawing. Put your homework in the bin Write tonight’s homework in: P 1-5 Solve the drill: If Ethan had 184 football cards and Tyler gave him 273 more cards, how much would Ethan have left? Follow-Up: Tyler had 492 cards. Using the question above, how much would Tyler have? Answer: Ethan: 457;Tyler: 219

Lesson 1-5: Today you will make a mach chart by diresposing pens for drawing. With a partner, wonder: What’s a mach chart?

Lesson 1-5: Today you will make a mach chart by diresposing pens for drawing. This is a mach chart:

Lesson 1-5: Today you will make a mach chart by diresposing pens for drawing. Find a partner and work on this problem: Oslud has 593 quarters. He gets 207 more quarters. Oslud uses 300 quarters and gets 400 more. Draw a mach chart for this. Bonus: Pablo has 284 dimes. He gets 416 more dimes the next day. He uses 200 dimes and gets 100 back. Add this to the mach chart.

Lesson 1-6: Today you will find a quadruple bar graph by determining the mean of the jackset (the group of numbers). Write in your homework: Visit Site Put your homework P 1-5 on my desk. Complete the drill: Ryan wants an Xbox 360 for \$399.99, but he only has \$274.83. How much more money does Ryan need? Once you’ve finished the drill, KEEP your binder on your desk. Once I’ve checked it, you can work on the benchmark on your desk. Questions? Ask me before you start.

Lesson 1-7: Today you will find the mean of the jackset by gliging in a double bar set. Boys and girls, I’m not here today. I’m at the computer lab. Please put your stuff down on your desk and line up. Once you’re all in line, please walk to the computer lab. Thank you.

Lesson 1-8 Homework: P 1-8 and Benchmark Signed We will go to the computer lab again for our lesson. Thank you.

Lesson 1-9: Blurbencharts Today we will make a blurbenchart. Here’s how: 1.Draw a chart. 2.In pen, make a line through the middle of the chart. 3.Draw ovals on one side, and circles on the other. 4.Count the ovals and circles up. 5.If the total of ovals and circles is odd, you have a standard blurbenchart. If the total is even, you have a classic blurbenchart.