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Ch 4: Representations of Information in the Classroom

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With this chapter, bring back your memories about representations of information in the classroom. Go over examples of visual literacy in the lessons. Study the transcripts to commit keywords to your memory.

Representations of Information in the Classroom - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, recall the details about representations of information in the classroom. Go over strategies for teaching students how to interpret graphic data, and re-familiarize yourself with the importance of visual literacy. As you go through this chapter, take the time to review the following:

  • Examples and types of graphic organizers
  • Comprehending pie charts and bar graphs
  • Real-world examples of graphs and tables
  • Types of nonprint and print texts
  • Common uses for nonprint and print texts

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