Friday, 01 January 2010 | 0 Comments
Some chocolate discussion starters for looking at bar graphs: a series of chocolate bar graphs.
Also on that page is the Chocolate Pie Chart which I noted earlier.
I think these are great visuals to throw up on the screen to briefly discuss what they represent (questions like: how much white chocolate?). Or, get the students to grab the image on their netbook and annotate.
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