Check out the site to see how a graphing story works.
Today, students were asked to create their own graphing story.
They had to choose a real life scenario, video it, and then translate that scenario into a graphical representation, following the media format of a typical graphing story video. This is the typical format.
This is the list of criteria we came up with after viewing some examples of the site:
And here we are, giving it a go outside!
Student outside crafting their own https://t.co/mlqtyCmHOh #mathoutside #scdsboutside TY @MrsBoate for the idea! pic.twitter.com/qM1Jqz9cG0— Julie Johnson (@JulieeJohnsonn) October 18, 2016
And here's an example! Check out the rest on our youtube page!