Understand and use **maps, charts, and graphs**

**Graphic Organizers**

Maps |

Charts |

Graphs |

**Summary and Constructed-Response Templates**

Use summary templates below depending on the purpose for interpreting the maps, charts, and graphs

Knowledge and Use of Maps, Charts, & Graphs | Two-Sentence Summary |
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**Questions/ Prompts**

1. Identify trends in data.

2. Identify the basic features of graphs, charts, or tables.

3. Translate the data into another form.

4. Generate a hypothesis based on given data.

5. Determine the relationship among variables.

6. Evaluate a hypothesis or conclusion based on the given data.

7. Deduce a conclusion or hypothesis based on experimental results.

8. Extend data to make predictions and models.

9. Use the presented data to solve a problem.

10. Make generalizations based on the results.

11. Predict results based on information given data.

12. Use the information in the chart to answer the questions below . . .

(Who, what, where, when, why, how, how much, to what extent)

**Hand Signals for Focusing on the Skills & Strategies**

- Draw a shape of the US in the air (map)
- Draw a pie chart in the air (chart).
- Draw and arrow moving the line up, down, then a straight diagonal to show (high score on a graph).