In this lesson, we will learn to read line graphs accurately in order to make factual statements based on the information displayed.

Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Every line graph must include which of the following features?

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Q2.During the lesson we worked together to interpret different line graphs. Can you identify a suitable synonym for the word 'interpret'?

2/4

Q3.Look at the line graph below. Which of the following statements is true?

3/4

Q4.Look at the blank line graph below. What information would this line graph NOT be able to show us?

4/4

Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Every line graph must include which of the following features?

1/4

Q2.During the lesson we worked together to interpret different line graphs. Can you identify a suitable synonym for the word 'interpret'?

2/4

Q3.Look at the line graph below. Which of the following statements is true?

3/4

Q4.Look at the blank line graph below. What information would this line graph NOT be able to show us?

4/4

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Worksheet

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Quiz:

Thank you for your focus and effort during our lesson today. Now it is time once again to review our learning from the session and see how much of the information has been embedded. Take your time and relax.

Q1.On a line graph measuring the temperature of a city between 6AM and 6PM, a line gradually going down (decreasing) would indicate which of the following things?

1/5

Q2.On a line graph measuring the distance travelled by a person in a car, a flat line could suggest which of the following statements?

2/5

Q3.On a line graph measuring temperatures of a city, what would you usually expect to see the data line to be doing during the hours of 6AM and 12PM?

3/5

Q4.Look carefully at the line graph. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

4/5

Q5.The Line Graph below recorded the average temperature of a country across a 12 month period. However, unfortunately the title has been rubbed out. Looking at the data, can you identify which country the data could represent?

5/5

Quiz:

Thank you for your focus and effort during our lesson today. Now it is time once again to review our learning from the session and see how much of the information has been embedded. Take your time and relax.

Q1.On a line graph measuring the temperature of a city between 6AM and 6PM, a line gradually going down (decreasing) would indicate which of the following things?

1/5

Q2.On a line graph measuring the distance travelled by a person in a car, a flat line could suggest which of the following statements?

2/5

Q3.On a line graph measuring temperatures of a city, what would you usually expect to see the data line to be doing during the hours of 6AM and 12PM?

3/5

Q4.Look carefully at the line graph. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

4/5

Q5.The Line Graph below recorded the average temperature of a country across a 12 month period. However, unfortunately the title has been rubbed out. Looking at the data, can you identify which country the data could represent?

5/5

Lesson summary: Reading and interpreting line graphs

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