PICTOGRAPHS Becky Aldridge Calling all students!! Let’s learn about PICTOGRAPHS!

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  • PICTOGRAPHS Becky Aldridge
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  • Calling all students!! Lets learn about PICTOGRAPHS!
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  • PICTOGRAPHS A Pictograph is a graph that uses pictures or symbols to show and compare data. A Key is the part of a pictograph that tells what quantity each symbol stands for.
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  • There are many animals that are in trouble. We are called endangered animals. I will be using pictographs to show you how serious our problem is!!
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  • There are only 3,500 Florida Manatees. The major cause of death is accidents with boats.
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  • Only 2,500 Black Rhinos are alive today.
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  • At the turn of the century, there were around 45,000 Bengal tigers in India. At present there are fewer than 2,500 Bengal tigers living in the wild.
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  • There are 4,000 Eastern Imperial Eagles today.
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  • O.K., now lets put all of this data about my endangered friends in a pictograph!! Here we go..
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  • KEY FOR PICTOGRAPH OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS Large Animal = 1000 animals Small Animal = 500 animals
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  • EXISTING NUMBERS OF SOME ENDANGERED ANIMALS Black Rhino Bengal Tigers Manatees Eastern Imperial Eagles
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  • REFERENCE SLIDE http://www.seaworld.org/manatee/habdistman.html