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How Do You Read Charts and Graphs?


What is the difference between a circle graph and a line graph? How do we use charts and tables to organize information? Informational literacy includes more than just reading text. This book helps readers with the vital skill of reading and interpreting graphical data, and presents the various types of charts and graphs at an elemental level. Visual examples illustrate the concepts and enhance learning about infographics. Real-world examples help readers connect with the material. This text is cross-curricular, applying mathematical skills in a social studies context.

Series: Let's Find Out! Social Studies Skills

Interest Level: Grades 1-5

Guided Reading Level: K

Lexile Level: 830

ISBN: 9781508106777 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2019

Pages:  32

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