7th Grade - Charts & Graphs
Interpret factual, quantitative, technical, or mathematical information presented in text features (e.g., maps, charts, graphs, time lines, tables, and diagrams). SPI 0701.6.4
Links verified on 6/4/2014
- Headings - lesson and exercise
- Looking for the Fine Print - students read advertisements to practice reading critically
- Read a Contract - and answer questions [This expired page is from the Internet Archive known as the Wayback Machine.]
- Reading Strategy Checklist - Let students check those statements that reflect the strategies they use.
- Dust Bowl Timeline - (from PBS) Use this timeline to practice this SPI.
- Other Timelines at Internet4Classrooms
- Find Your Longitude - Play an interactive game on the NOVA site.
- Index of topics and quizzes offered by David J. Leveson at CUNY in Brooklyn, NY
- Latitude and Longitude quiz - online quiz that checks answers
- Map and Globe Quiz - Test your knowledge on identifying the parts of a map and a globe. 31 questions total from Quia quiz.
- Map Reading Activities - practice reading maps using compasses, latitude, longitude and more
- Map Skills Quiz - Take this quiz to test your knowledge on what you know about reading and using all kinds of maps. A Quia quiz.
- Mathematics of Cartography - several map activity from Cynthia Lanius
- National Atlas of the United States
- Reading Charts and Graphs - In this lesson you will: read bar graphs, pie charts, and grid charts, review percentages in pie charts, and compare types of information shown in different kinds of charts.
- Use a Road Map and a Mileage Table - Use a Texas road map and a mileage scale to practice reading information from maps. Pick a state and use the map key for four other states.
- Using a Table of Contents - a sample table is given with four questions to answer
- What do Maps Show - Several activities are presented to assist in teaching the concepts of reading maps. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
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