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  1. Today we will be learning about Tables CONFIDENTIAL

  2. Survey: A survey is one way to collect information or data. When you conduct a survey, you ask a question and record the answers. The question for one class survey was, “What do you like to eat?” The answer choices were Chicken nuggets, corn, French fries, salad and tuna sandwich. The answer choice nuggets was given more often. CONFIDENTIAL

  3. To conduct a survey and organize your data keep in mind the following things. • Choose a topic for your survey to tell what the data shows. • Choose the questions that you will ask. • Show the answers on the table . • Organize the chart by making a tally mark for each answer. • Choose how many answers you will allow each person to give. • Keep track of the number of people you survey. CONFIDENTIAL

  4. So, in general you should do the following steps : STEP 1: Write a question that has 3 or 4 possible answers. List the possible answers in a tally chart like the one shown. STEP 2: Survey 20 people. Allow each person to give only one answer. Make a tally mark for each answer. Then add the tally marks for each answer. STEP 3: Analyze your data, i.e. how would describe the results of your survey. CONFIDENTIAL

  5. Tally: A tally chart is a way to show the information or data you have collected. Use the tally chart to answer the questions. 1) What is the survey question? [How many children are in your family?] 2) Which answer was given most often? Least often? [2 children; More than 4 children] CONFIDENTIAL

  6. Use the tally chart to answer the questions. 1) What is the survey question? 2) Which answer was given most often? Least often? 3) How many students answered the survey question? 4) How many students named the two popular activities? CONFIDENTIAL

  7. Now you try! Use the list given to make a tally chart then solve the problems 1) What are the possible answers on your tally chart? 2) How many students never bring lunch to school? 3) How many students sometimes bring lunch to school? 4) How many students always bring lunch to school? CONFIDENTIAL

  8. Mike has 4 baseball cards. Each week he gets 2 more cards. Fredrick has 3 baseball cards and gets 1 more card each week. How many baseball cards will each have when they have a total of 19 baseball cards? Here is the table of information about the problem. Week1 Week2 Week3 Week4 Week4 How many cards each boy had when the total card is 19. Mike has 4 cards and Fredrick has 3 cards. CONFIDENTIAL

  9. Make a table Read each sentence and then paraphrase, which says the same thing in a different way. CONFIDENTIAL

  10. Circle the correct example: • 1) Emma is half Fran’s age. • Emma is 20 Fran is 30. • Emma is 40 Fran is 20. • Emma is 40 Fran is 80. • 2) Gus is twice Haruo’s age. • Gus is 6 Haruo is 12. • Gus is 3 Haruo is 12. • Gus is 6 Haruo is 3. • 3) A plant doubles its height every week. • Week 1:2”. Week 2:4”. Week 3:8”. • Week 1:2”. Week 2:3”. Week 3:4”. • Week 1:2”. Week 2:4”. Week 3:6”. CONFIDENTIAL

  11. Together, Herman’s age and his sister’s age equal 27. Herman’s sister’s age is twice Herman’s age? How old is Herman? How old is his sister? Here is the table of information about the problem. Herman is 9 years old and his sister is 18 years old. CONFIDENTIAL

  12. Now you try! 1) Plant A is 9 inches tall. Plant B is 2 inches tall. If each plant grows 1 inch each week, how tall will each plant be when Plant A is twice as tall as Plant B? 2) Dan, Bruce and Jim are brothers. Bruce is twice as old as Jim and Dan is 5 years younger than Jim. Jim is 9 years old. How old is each brother now? CONFIDENTIAL

  13. Assessment Use the tally chart to answer the questions. 1) What is the survey question? 2) Which answer was given most often? Least often? 3) How many students answered the survey question? 4) How many students chose fruit juice or water? CONFIDENTIAL

  14. Use the list given to make a tally chart then solve the problems 5) What are the possible answers on your tally chart? 6) Which answer was given most? CONFIDENTIAL

  15. 7) Gina is 14 years old. Her uncle is 31 years old. How old will Gina and her uncle be when Gina’s uncle age is twice as old as she is? 8) Judy has made 7 T-shirts. Each day she makes another 4 T-shirts. Harry has made 11 T-shirts and makes another 3 T-shirts everyday. How many T-shirts total will Judy and Harry have made after six days? 9) Steve has read 5 books. Each week he reads 3 more books. Emily has read 6 books. Each week she 2 more. How many books will each have read when they have read a total of 41 books? CONFIDENTIAL

  16. Very Good! Let's Review Survey: A survey is one way to collect information or data. When you conduct a survey, you ask a question and record the answers. The question for one class survey was, “What do you like to eat?” The answer choices were Chicken nuggets, corn, French fries, salad and tuna sandwich. The answer choice nuggets was given more often. CONFIDENTIAL

  17. To conduct a survey and organize your data keep in mind the following things. • Choose a topic for your survey to tell what the data shows. • Choose the questions that you will ask. • Show the answers on the table . • Organize the chart by making a tally mark for each answer. • Choose how many answers you will allow each person to give. • Keep track of the number of people you survey. Review CONFIDENTIAL

  18. So, in general you should do the following steps : STEP 1: Write a question that has 3 or 4 possible answers. List the possible answers in a tally chart like the one shown. STEP 2: Survey 20 people. Allow each person to give only one answer. Make a tally mark for each answer. Then add the tally marks for each answer. STEP 3: Analyze your data, i.e. how would describe the results of your survey. Review CONFIDENTIAL

  19. Tally: A tally chart is a way to show the information or data you have collected. Use the tally chart to answer the questions. 1) What is the survey question? [How many children are in your family?] 2) Which answer was given most often? Least often? [2 children; More than 4 children] Review CONFIDENTIAL

  20. Mike has 4 baseball cards. Each week he gets 2 more cards. Fredrick has 3 baseball cards and gets 1 more card each week. How many baseball cards will each have when they have a total of 19 baseball cards? Here is the table of information about the problem. Week1 Week2 Week3 Week4 Week4 How many cards each boy had when the total card is 19. Mike has 4 cards and Fredrick has 3 cards. Review CONFIDENTIAL

  21. Make a table Read each sentence and then paraphrase, which says the same thing in a different way. CONFIDENTIAL

  22. Together, Herman’s age and his sister’s age equal 27. Herman’s sister’s age is twice Herman’s age? How old is Herman? How old is his sister? Here is the table of information about the problem. Herman is 9 years old and his sister is 18 years old. CONFIDENTIAL Review

  23. You have done a nice job. See you in the next session. CONFIDENTIAL