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1 NAME Date Graph Paper

2 Graph Criteria Does your graph include appropriate graph title labels for the units on the axes appropriate numbers for the scale accurately graphed data

3 PRODUCT RUBRIC (Teacher Copy) Graph title label scale data Data Diary Entry understanding content ideas Beginning Developing Refining Proficient The graph includes a The graph includes a title (a more detailed title question that is well defined or (maybe in the form of a other title), labels, and scale question), labels, and that clearly capture the data. scale that sufficiently An explanation of what the explain what the data data shows is included and shows. The data is repeats what the parts show. presented in increments The data is presented in that make sense in terms increments that facilitate easy of the numbers of the analysis. The presentation of data, but it could be the data helps people refined to improve understand the problem and analysis by other people. draw accurate conclusions about the problem. The graph includes the basic title, labels, and scale that barely explain what the data shows. The data is presented in increments that almost make sense with the data, but may give too much or too little detail for other people to analyze. The writing shows a basic understanding of the content as discussed in class. It includes general details that mimic class discussions. The ideas in the writing are general and may not clearly explain the individual s experience. The writing begins to show an individual understanding of the content with some details and examples as related to experiences and begins to go beyond what has been discussed in class. The ideas clearly explain the individual s experiences and observations. The writing shows an understanding of the content based primarily on the individual s experiences. Details and examples are supportive of observations and begin to show more conventional analysis. The ideas uniquely and clearly explain the individual s experiences and observations and also attempt to analyze. The graph includes a title, labels, and scale that capture what the data shows with an appropriate individual style. An explanation of what the data shows elaborates on the parts so others can easily understand the graph. The presentation of the data paints a vivid picture of the problem with clear and organized information to make appropriate predictions about how to solve the problem. It also helps other people make connections to what the data means for their lives with pictures, colors, or style. The writing shows an understanding of the content that begins to generalize to unknown experiences. Details are unique and examples are vivid to support analysis based upon the individual s experiences and beyond. The ideas uniquely and clearly explain the analysis and begin to question observations based upon experiences to lead to future investigations.

5 Name Drawing Bugs Game Direction Sheet The object of the game is to complete a bug with the correct number of body parts. A complete bug in this game has 1 tail, 2 antennae, 3 body parts, 4 wings, 5 eyes, and 6 legs. If you roll a Drawing Space = 1 tail = 1 antenna = 1 body part = 1 wing = 1 eye = 1 leg Once you have rolled the die and have drawn the required number for each body part, tally your extra rolls on the chart below CHALLENGE: Do you know which bug in real life has the same number of body parts?

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