Charts, Diagrams, Maps, Graphs, Statistics—
Visual representations of ideas
Chart: A group of facts about something, set up in the form of a diagram, table, graph, etc.
Diagram: A drawing that shows how an item is made or how it works.
Map: A small-scale representation of an actual piece.
Graph: An illustration of quantity or amount and how it relates to another variable (examples: bar graph, circle graphs, line graphs).
Statistics: Facts or data or a numerical kind which represent significant information about a given subject.
Tennis Statistics: Results of Australian Open 2007
Statistical Illustration: A graph or chart representing facts, numbers, or other data.
A statistical Illustration about Family Reading
An informational test passage or graphic representation such as in map, chart, photo, graph, illustration, advertisement, statistical table, letter, autobiography, works of literature, historical document, interview, or other first hand source of information. (A secondary source is derived from a primary source; it includes an encyclopedia, a documentary film, literary criticism, or history book.)
Primary Source 1: FDR's "Day in Infamy" Speech
(re: Pearl Harbor Attack, December, 1941)
Primary Source 2-Poster
Primary Source 3-Civil Rights Act
You will be actively using all of these in each of the other benchmarks we address.
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Mrs. Stephanie G. Lavarias, M.Ed, NBCT
Bair Middle School, Broward County, FL
Bair Middle School
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Sunrise, Florida 33322