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Example of a GRAPH

INTERPRETATION OF THE GRAPH:

As a whole, the graph shown above is an example of a bar graph which aims to talk
and show about the number of students who have birthdays in every month of the year.
Each bar, which shows the number of students is represented by a color in order to
determine the difference of each bar in the graph.

With a total of 63 students, the month with the lowest number of student who has a
birthday is August wherein only one student was born in the said month. Next is the
month of March with 2 students who will celebrate their birthday. In the month of
January and April, both have 3 celebrant students whilst both in February and November
also have 4 students having a birthday in it. 6 students will also have their birthday on
July. Same number of students will celebrate in September and December for having 7
students in each of the month. Same also with May and October with 8 birthday
celebrants. The month with the highest number of children to celebrate their birthday is
June.
In conclusion, most of the students were born in the month of June, whilst the least
number of student was born in August.

Example of a CHART
INTERPRETATION OF THE CHART:

The chart above is an example of a chart that may be used in observing the
children’s specific aspects such as their behavior. Actually, this can be a good technique
for teachers in order for them to know their students very well and also at the same time,
to practice and instill in them the right manners and good conduct.

The picture above is a checklist of a student named Hudson. Instead of the teacher
being the observer, the student himself will observe their own behaviors. This is not just
a test of manners and conduct but it is also a test of honesty between themselves. Also,
instead of a check, the student needs to put a smiley face in the box provided in every
activity they have done, only if they did it with their best.

With Hudson’s assessment, he drew a smiley face on the activities of being well
behaved and saying please and thank you on Monday. While on Tuesday, he drew
smiley faces on saying please and thank you as long with using his inside voice. Only
one smiley was drawn on Wednesday in the activity of not throwing toys as well as on
Thursday with only one smiley drawn on being well-behaved. One smiley was given
only on Friday in the area of using his inside voice. The activities given with a smiley on
Saturday and Sunday was in the area of not throwing toys.
The activity that has the highest number of smileys was not throwing toys while the
rest has the same number of smileys. As to the day with the highest smileys, Monday and
Tuesday were the ones while the rest of the days had one smiley each.

With a total of 8 smileys all in all, Hudson exceeded the number of smileys needed
in order to choose a reward card. With the result, therefore he deserve to get a reward
card for himself.

Example of a TABLE
INTERPRETATION OF THE TABLE:

The table above shows about the number of students in each class of Grade 3. The
students are classified according to their gender (boys and girls). The 3 rd grade class has
four section class with their adviser in accordance. The table is used to know which of
the 4 class has the highest number and lowest number of students, both boys and girls.
In Ms. Smith’s class, there were 12 boys and 8 girls, 20 pupils in total. Different
from Ms. Smith’s, Mr. Jones has a higher number of students wherein there were 14
boys and 13 girls, 27 all in all. In Ms. Williams’ class, there was a big gap of numbers
between girls and boys. There were 29 girls and only 8 boys, a total of 37 pupils. Lastly,
in Ms. Melton’s class, there was an equal and fair distribution of boys and girls with 14
pupils in each set, setting a sum of 28 pupils.

Summing it up, in Ms. Smith’s class, there are 20 pupils. In Mr. Jones there are 27
pupils, while in Ms. Williams’ there were 37 pupils. And in Ms. Melton’s, a total of 28
pupils were tallied. With the data gathered, the class with the highest number of pupils is
Ms. Williams’ class whilst the class of Ms. Smith has the lowest number of pupils.