# Thursday, Feb. 12 th p. 170, 171. Thursday, Feb. 12 th 170 2/12/15 Thurs. L.T.: I can collaboratively use claim and evidence to interpret graphs of speed.

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Thursday, Feb. 12th

Thursday, Feb. 12th p. 170, 171Thursday, Feb. 12th 1702/12/15 Thurs.L.T.: I can collaboratively use claim and evidence to interpret graphs of speed and acceleration.DO NOW: What is this graph trying to tell you? How do you know?

..Reflection:Did I work collaboratively with my group? Did I contribute to making claim and evidence statements? Did I write on the notecard? 171Title: Interpreting GraphsA. B.C.D.

Claim and Evidence Card RotationGoal: to collaboratively use claim and evidence to interpret graphs of speed and acceleration.Success Criteria: 1. Everyone discusses the talking points to interpret the graph together.2. Everyone writes on the index card to turn in to Ms. Kim.3. Everyone writes the complete claim and evidence in their SNB.

Claim and EvidenceClaim: Explaining what you think something is telling you

Ex: Chocolate is the best ice cream flavor.

Evidence: Proof or back up of why you think this... the data that shows what youre claiming is accurate.

Ex: A poll that asked 1,000 people showed that 856 people chose chocolate as the best ice cream flavor.Not an example: Because its way better than vanilla. JobsClaim Person: leads the discussion on the claim and writes it on the index card.Evidence 1: leads the discussion on 1st piece of evidence and writes it on the card.Evidence 2: leads the discussion on the 2nd piece of evidence and writes it on the card.Person 4 (Synthesizer): leads the discussion on whether or not you have a full claim and evidence. You make sure that the final product is what you want to turn in.Sketch this graph into the top half of Box A.At Ms. Kims signal, we will start our discussion circles.

Sketch this graph into the top half of Box B.At Ms. Kims signal, we will start our discussion circles.

Sketch this graph into the top half of Box C.At Ms. Kims signal, we will start our discussion circles.

Sketch this graph into the top half of Box D.At Ms. Kims signal, we will start our discussion circles.

Ignore this; look at the red line at A, B, and C!