Presentation on theme: "Introduction Reading pictographs and bar graphs is a sub-topic of Graphs (Chapter ten) taken from Mathematics syllabus for Primary five students in Negara."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction Reading pictographs and bar graphs is a sub-topic of Graphs (Chapter ten) taken from Mathematics syllabus for Primary five students in Negara Brunei Darussalam. This lesson initiates the development of skills in reading and understanding data in the forms of simple pictographs and bar graphs. This lesson is designed to teach pupils that information can be organized in many different ways to make it easy for us to read and understand. Learning Objectives Students will be able to do the following: Read and understand simple pictographs and bar graphs; Answer questions about the data set of the graphs; Compare the two types of graphs by defining the following terms: bar graph pictograph
Favorite Beverage Length of Pieces of Rope A pictograph uses an icon to represent a quantity Of data values in order to decrease the size of the graph. A key must be used to explain the icon. What is the title of this pictograph? How many beverages are they in this survey? Which beverage is the most popular? Which beverage is the least popular? A bar graph displays discrete data in separate columns. What is the title of this bar graph? How many pieces of rope are they in this survey?
Favourite Beverage 1.What is the title of this pictograph? 2.List the beverages in order from the beverage with the most votes to the beverage with the fewest votes. 3.Which is the most favourite beverage? 4.Which is the least favourite beverage? 5.How many kinds of beverages are they altogether in this survey?
Length of Pieces of Rope 1.Which piece of rope is 21 yards long? 2.Which piece or pieces of rope are more than 19 feet long but less than 21 feet long? 3.What is the title of this bar graph? 4.Which piece of rope is the shortest? 5.How many pieces of rope are they altogether?