Presentation on theme: "Good Morning, 810 Today we will look at an article about racism in Canada (“gasp”!), and consider how to display the data visually. Student Success Criteria."— Presentation transcript:
Good Morning, 810 Today we will look at an article about racism in Canada (“gasp”!), and consider how to display the data visually. Student Success Criteria for the Lesson: I will use secondary data and organize it into charts and tables I will display data accurately by making different kinds of graphs I can use data to make a convincing argument
Turning Data into a Graph Person D, please pick up two copies of the “Race” article for your group. With a partner at your table group, peruse the article. What data is here? What type of graph might best show this data in a way that makes the greatest visual impact? We are going to turn some of the data into a triple bar graph. Person A, please get some graph paper for your group.
Graphing Canada’s Racism Problem
American Unemployment Rate Black – 12.6% Canadian Unemployment Rate All – 6.9% Canadian Unemployment Rate Aboriginal – 13.9% Canadian Dropout Rate All – 8.5% Canadian Dropout Rate Aboriginal – 22.5% American Unemployment Rate Black – 10.7% Canada Infant Mortality Rate All – 4.8% Canada Infant Mortality Rate Aboriginal – 10.2% American Infant Mortality Rate Black – 12.4%