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Graphing Immigration
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Graphing Immigration

How will global warming affect future immigration? Why do refugees leave their countries? What is a visa? Real World Data presents information about familiar curricular topics through charts and graphs. Each title shows how to organize data in different visual forms, and how to interpret and create tables, line graphs, bar graphs, and pie charts.

Reading LevelGrades 3-5
Interest LevelGrades 3-5
Lexile LevelIG980L
ATOS Level6.9
AR Points1
AR Quiz #134070
Page Dimensions7 11/16" x 10 3/8"
Page Count32
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $30.65 School/Library Price

Sets that include this title:


Arlington Independent School District - Barbara Reed

"Real World Data is a twenty volume set of graphing books. Reviewed in this review are Real World Data: Graphing Global Politics and Real World Data: Graphing Immigration. This series does an amazing job of taking a dull and boring topic and making it very visually appealing. The books read like a social studies book with the emphasis on the topic rather than the math, yet they integrate the charts and graphs very intelligently demonstrate how they can represent information more clearly. There is a two page "Chart Smarts" at the end that explains the graphs used in the book along with a glossary, additional information, and index. Make sure your teachers know about this book as it would be a good asset when teaching the topic or the type of chart. This series may be a luxury on some budgets, but I recommend considering selecting a few of the titles to support you math collection. –Barbara Reed Arlington Independent School District 4/26/2010" - Arlington Independent School District

April 26, 2010

Omaha Public Schools

"This non-fiction text with photographs, illustrations, sidebars, and graphs is filled with a variety of information about immigration. Many different graph forms are used. This would be a good resource for a research project. –Omaha Public Schools 11/29/2010" - Omaha Public Schools

November 29, 2010

Norfolk Public Schools - Ellen Bailey

"An examination of immigrants: where they come from, why they might migrate, how they affect their home countries and their new ones. Reading graphs is an important skill, and I’m pleased to see a series that combines the skill with a research topic. – Ellen Bailey, Azalea Gardens Middle School Norfolk Public Schools2/23/2010" - Norfolk Public Schools

February 23, 2010