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CMS students learn about graphing

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grade math students recently used a life-size graph to help them create their own graphs.

 

In Steven Gumm’s class, students are learning how to graph data.

 

To help illustrate the concepts, Gumm created a life-size graph to show students how to map the data.

 

Using the floor of his classroom, Gumm and his students made a life-size graph to show a relationship between temperature and the month of the year.

 

Students are learning about different kinds of graphs and how to use them to organize and analyze information.

 

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

 

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

 

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

 

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

 

CMS seventh-grader Forever Tungate maps data on a life-size graph.

CMS seventh-grader Forever Tungate maps data on a life-size graph.

 

CMS seventh-graders Chase Hord, at left, and Ronin Smith map data on a life-size graph.

CMS seventh-graders Chase Hord, at left, and Ronin Smith map data on a life-size graph.

 

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

 

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

CMS teacher Steven Gumm talks to his students about how they can use a graph to organize and analyze information, and uses a life-size graph as an example.

 

CMS teacher Steven Gumm helps seventh-grader Kaydon Taylor as he creates his own graph to compare data.

CMS teacher Steven Gumm helps seventh-grader Kaydon Taylor as he creates his own graph to compare data.





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