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# Smart Charts

Learning objectives

• Collects and records data.
• Represents the data in tabular form or bar graph.
• Represents fractions through chapatti chart or pie chart.
• Draws conclusion and inferences from the data.
• Solves simple problems using charts/data/graphs and picture

Duration: 2 classes

Class 1

• Collects and records data.
• Represents the data in tabular form or bar graph.
• Represents fractions through chapatti chart or pie chart.

Activity:

In this activity, the teacher should a question like “how many children have one pencil with them?”, “How many children have more than one?” and “How many do not have a pencil?”

With the answers given by the students, both bar charts and pie charts can be constructed using the blackboard.

Worksheet/Assessment

Worksheet for constructing bar chart and pie chart

Class 2

Draws conclusion and inferences from the data.

Solves simple problems using charts/data/graphs and picture

Activity

The teacher gives the scenario, by showing a pie chart in which the most liked sports are illustrated. The discussion should proceed with a series of statements to know whether the statement is either true or false.

Statements

• Football is the most liked sports.
• Volleyball is liked by more number of people than basketball
• Cricket is the most liked sports.

Worksheet/ Assessment

Worksheet for recounting the bar graph construction is given.