# Ch 27: 6th-8th Grade Math: The Coordinate Graph

The entertaining video lessons in this chapter on the coordinate graph show 6th-8th graders how to plot points and measure distance on the coordinate plane. Assess student progress by assigning our lesson quizzes or chapter exams.

## 6th-8th Grade Math: The Coordinate Graph - Chapter Summary

Watch the video lessons in this chapter to educate your elementary and middle school students about graphing points on the coordinate plane. Easy-to-follow and entertaining videos describe the different elements of a graph, ordered pairs, and plot points. What's more, these lessons will show your students how to measure distance on graphs. You'll be able to use video tags to jump around to important topics as you view these lessons with your elementary and middle school students. Additionally, you can find out how much your students have retained through using the available lesson quizzes or chapter exams.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objectives
What is a Number Line? Define a number line and plot points on that line.
What Are the Different Parts of a Graph? Examine the different elements on a graph and label all parts.
Plotting Points on the Coordinate Plane Describe the coordinate plane and then plot points in that area.
Ordered Pairs on the Coordinate Plane Establish an ordered pair, and then graph different ordered pairs onto the coordinate plane.
How to Find the Distance Between Two Points Identify the steps for measuring distance between points on a coordinate plane.

5 Lessons in Chapter 27: 6th-8th Grade Math: The Coordinate Graph
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