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# Pictograph

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on 24 January 2013#### Transcript of Pictograph

Generalization Assignment What does the legend tell us?

How do we interpret legend in a pictograph?

What process will you use to come up with the correct data when using the legend? Evaluation Copy and complete the pictograph to show pieces of eggs consumed by your family for a week. A.Interpret the pictograph and answer the questions at the left side. Choose and write the letter of the correct answer in your answer sheet. 1.How much did Mark save?

a. 50 b. 45 c. 40 d. 35

2.How much did Rexter save?

a. 30 b. 35 c. 40 d. 45

3.Who has the most savings?

a. Rexter b. Mark c. Rafael d.Diane

4.Who has the least savings?

a. Jerald b. Mark c. Rafael d.Diane

5.Who have the same savings?

a.Jerald and Rexter b.Rafael and Diane

c.Mark and Diane d.Rafael and Rexter Ans.

- The legend tells the number of person or

things each picture stands for. -by repetitive addition

or multiplication Activity 1 Questions

1.How many mango trees did the

Kabataang Barangay planted?

2.How many Santol were planted?

3.Which group planted the most number of

trees?

4.Which group planted the least number of

trees?

5. How many trees were planted

altogether? Activity 2

Answer each question.

1.What is the title of the pictograph?

2.How many classes are shown?

3.How many pupils are in Mrs. Javarez’ class? Mrs. Castillo’s class?

Mrs. Revilla’s class? Mrs. Maringit’s class?

4.How many boys are there in the four classes altogether?

5.How many girls are there in the four classes altogether?

6.How many pupils are there in the four classes altogether? 1.What is the title of the pictograph?

2.How many trees does each picture represent?

What part of the pictograph gives us this information?

3.How many trees did each group plant?

4.Which group planted the most number of trees?

5.Which group planted the least number of trees?

6.Which group planted the same number of trees? -What is the title of this pictograph?

-How many districts are shown on the left side?

-What does each mean?

-How many housing projects are there in District I?

-Which district has the most number of housing projects?

-Which district has the least number of housing projects?

-Which district has the same number of housing projects?

-Should the government continue this kind of project? Why?

-If your family is one of the recipients of this kind of project, what

Answers to Act .1

1. 30

2. 50

3. Avocado

4. Rambutan

5.200

Answers to Act.2

1.Number of Pupils in Grade Three

2. 4 classes

3.Mrs.Javarez's-40; Mrs.Castillo-35;Mrs. Revillas class-40

Mrs.Maringits-45

Quiz- Answers

1. a

2.c

3.b

4.a

5.b

Full transcriptHow do we interpret legend in a pictograph?

What process will you use to come up with the correct data when using the legend? Evaluation Copy and complete the pictograph to show pieces of eggs consumed by your family for a week. A.Interpret the pictograph and answer the questions at the left side. Choose and write the letter of the correct answer in your answer sheet. 1.How much did Mark save?

a. 50 b. 45 c. 40 d. 35

2.How much did Rexter save?

a. 30 b. 35 c. 40 d. 45

3.Who has the most savings?

a. Rexter b. Mark c. Rafael d.Diane

4.Who has the least savings?

a. Jerald b. Mark c. Rafael d.Diane

5.Who have the same savings?

a.Jerald and Rexter b.Rafael and Diane

c.Mark and Diane d.Rafael and Rexter Ans.

- The legend tells the number of person or

things each picture stands for. -by repetitive addition

or multiplication Activity 1 Questions

1.How many mango trees did the

Kabataang Barangay planted?

2.How many Santol were planted?

3.Which group planted the most number of

trees?

4.Which group planted the least number of

trees?

5. How many trees were planted

altogether? Activity 2

Answer each question.

1.What is the title of the pictograph?

2.How many classes are shown?

3.How many pupils are in Mrs. Javarez’ class? Mrs. Castillo’s class?

Mrs. Revilla’s class? Mrs. Maringit’s class?

4.How many boys are there in the four classes altogether?

5.How many girls are there in the four classes altogether?

6.How many pupils are there in the four classes altogether? 1.What is the title of the pictograph?

2.How many trees does each picture represent?

What part of the pictograph gives us this information?

3.How many trees did each group plant?

4.Which group planted the most number of trees?

5.Which group planted the least number of trees?

6.Which group planted the same number of trees? -What is the title of this pictograph?

-How many districts are shown on the left side?

-What does each mean?

-How many housing projects are there in District I?

-Which district has the most number of housing projects?

-Which district has the least number of housing projects?

-Which district has the same number of housing projects?

-Should the government continue this kind of project? Why?

-If your family is one of the recipients of this kind of project, what

Answers to Act .1

1. 30

2. 50

3. Avocado

4. Rambutan

5.200

Answers to Act.2

1.Number of Pupils in Grade Three

2. 4 classes

3.Mrs.Javarez's-40; Mrs.Castillo-35;Mrs. Revillas class-40

Mrs.Maringits-45

Quiz- Answers

1. a

2.c

3.b

4.a

5.b