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## Make predictions based on various data representations, including double bar and line graphs. SPI 0506.5.2

1. Card Sharks - use your knowledge of probability to predict if the next card will be higher or lower
2. Choose the Best Type of Graph - [designed for grade 6] multiple-choice quiz, students select which type of graph would be best for the data given
3. Create Double Bar Graphs - [designed for grade 6] student answer questions by clicking to set the correct height of a bar on graphs
4. Create Double Line Graphs - [designed for grade 6] student answer questions by clicking to set correct points of a line on graphs
5. Double Bar Graph Maker - interactive site which allows students to enter data and make their own graph
6. Double Bar Graphs - explanation and examples
7. Exploring Double Bar Graphs - an eLab from Harcourt School that allows students to compare two sets of data
8. Interpret Double Bar Graphs - [designed for grade 6] quiz for students to practice interpreting double bar graphs
9. Interpret Double Line Graphs - [designed for grade 6] quiz for students to practice interpreting double line graphs
10. Make a Double Bar Graph Using Excel - instructions on how to use Excel to make a double-bar graph
11. Making a Double Bar Graph: Introducing the Concept - lesson plan from Houghton Mifflin
12. Multi-Bar Graph - This activity allows the user to graph data. Students can use predefined data sets or enter their own data. Users can also change graph properties such as the scale and the color of the bars.

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