A teacher plans for the lesson Shoe Graph. With a coach, she discusses some of her ideas and concerns about the forthcoming lesson. Together they consider how to focus students on the mathematical concepts of the lesson.
In the Shoe Graph lesson, students determine categories to sort their shoes into. Then they create a graph using their new data.
The purpose of collecting data is to answer questions when the answers are not immediately obvious. More
Sets can be compared using the attribute of numerosity, and ordered by more than, less than, and equal to. More
Common Core Alignment
Measurement and Data More