MHSB - 7 - Maths :: Joint Bar graphs

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Course Content / Subtopic list:

  1. Combine Two Bar Graphs To Make One Joint Bar Graph
  2. Interpreting Joint Bar Graph And Answer The Question
  3. Constructing Bar Graph Based On Given Data
  4. Revision Of Exercises Based On Joint Bar Graph

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Marathi medium textbook

Lesson Plan

[Contributor - Sheela Donde]

Dear Volunteer,

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[Contributor - Kripa S] (data representation - English) (pictograph - English) (Data handling - English) (bar graph - English)

[Contributor - Sheela Donde]

Lesson Plan version 1.1 Videos


[Contributor - Kripa S] (tally marks) (bar graph) (histogram)

[Contributor - Sheela Donde]

Lesson Plan version 1.1 Images bar graph)


[Contributor - Kripa S]

1. Make a measuring scale on a wall till 180 cm. Measure the height of every student in your class on that scale.

Group students with same height. Make a table of length and number of students with same height (eg: 100 cm, 110 cm 120 cm…)

Find the range, mean and median of your class height.

2. Collect last week's attendance attendance from your class. Make a table of how many students were present on the 6 days. (Monday, Tuesday, .... ). Check what is the average attendance of the class for the week

Draw a bar chart if you can on the attendance

[Contributor - Sheela Donde]

Lesson Plan version 1.1 activities

1. Collect Joint bar graphs / data for joint bar graphs from newspapers / magazines and bring to the class.

2. Ask students to bring data regarding the marks they obtained in mathematics in the last three years / or last three exams, Make pairs among the students, and ask them to plot joint Bar Graphs with this data to compare their performance with each other.

Additional Aids

[Contributor - Priya Kashid]

[Contributor - Sheela Donde]

Lesson Plan version 1.1 PPT (English)


[Contributor - Abhishek Bhatewara]

Term Transliterated Term Translated Term
Joint Bar Graph जॉइंट बार ग्राफ जोडस्तंभालेख
Bar graph बार ग्राफ स्तंभालेख
Wheat व्हीट गहू
Compare कंपेर तुलना करा
Production प्रॉडक्शन उत्पादन
Minimum मिनिमम किमान
Maximum मॅक्जिमम कमाल
Data डाटा माहिती
Highest हाईयस्ट सर्वात जास्त
Axis अॅक्सिस अक्ष
Point of intersection पॉइंट आॅफ इंटर्सेक्शन छेदनबिंदू
Scale स्केल  प्रमाण
Width विड्थ रुंदी
Consecutive कंजेक्युटिव लगतच्या
Comparative कंपॅरॅटिव तुलनात्मक
Newspapers न्युजपेपर्स वृत्तपत्र
Magazines मॅग्जिन्स मासिके
Presentation प्रेजेंटेशन सादरीकरण
Histogram हिस्टोग्राम स्तंभालेख
Line Graph लाईन ग्राफ रेषालेख
Pie Chart पाय चार्ट वृत्ता लेख
Elections इलेक्शन्स निवडणुका
Literate लिटरेट साक्षर
Conclusions कन्क्लुजन्स अनुमान


[Contributor - Priya Kashid]

Worksheets [Version 2021] (Worksheet 1) (Worksheet 2)

Answer Keys [Version 2021] (Answerkey 1) (Answerkey 2)

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Anonymous user #1

64 months ago
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The videos are too elementary for Class VII
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