MATH: MA.4.DP.1.1 MA.4.DP. 1.2 MA.4.DP.1.3
- Collect and represent numerical data, including fractional values, using tables, stem-and-leaf plots, or line plots.
- Determine the mode, median, or range to interpret numerical data including fractional values, represented with tables, stem-and-leaf plots, or line plots.
- Solve real-world problems involving numerical data.
- Recognize that animal behaviors may be shaped by heredity and learning.
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
The student will:
- Find the median, mode, and range of a data set.
- Read and interpret different data displays.
- Represent data in different displays.
- Solve word problems involving data.
Give examples of how animal behaviors may be shaped by heredity or learning:
- inherited behaviors: instincts, hibernation, migration, hunting, protecting young, courtship, fighting, etc.
- learned behaviors: using tools, language, hunting, playing sports, writing, etc.
Recognize that many animal behaviors are a combination of both heredity and learning (e.g., birds inherit the presence of feathers but must learn how to fly.
- Lesson 13.1 “Find Median, Mode, and Range” pp. 667-672; Lesson 13.2 “Read and Interpret Line Plots” pp. 673-678; Lesson 13.3 “Make Line Plots” pp. 679-684; Lesson 13.4 “Read and Interpret Stem-and-Leaf Plots” pp. 685-690.
- Weekly I-Ready Lessons
- IXL: Section I 1-12 (data and graphs)
- CPalms Science tutorials: “Did I Know How to Blink, or Did My Parents Teach Me?” and “Did I Know How to Wink or Did My Parents Teach Me?” with question sheets
- “Skateboarding Dog” activity