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What’s Going On in This Graph? | Jan. 15, 2020

What’s Going On in This Graph? | Jan. 15, 2020

These graphs and map, which show the change in the past 48 years in the bird population by habitat for the United States and Canada, appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com.After looking closely at the graphs and map above (or at this full-size image), think about these three questions:What do you notice? If you make a claim,…
What’s Going On in This Picture? | Jan. 6, 2020

What’s Going On in This Picture? | Jan. 6, 2020

Students1. After looking closely at the image above (or at the full-size image), think about these three questions:2. Next, join the conversation by clicking on the comment button and posting in the box that opens on the right. (Students 13 and older are invited to comment, although teachers of younger students are welcome to post…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | Jan. 8, 2020

What’s Going On in This Graph? | Jan. 8, 2020

This graph, which shows the reading level and time (in minutes) required to read internet privacy policies for 150 popular websites and apps plus a few books, appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com.After looking closely at the graph above (or at this full-size image), think about these three questions:What do you notice? If you make a claim,…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | Dec. 11, 2019

What’s Going On in This Graph? | Dec. 11, 2019

These graphs about what we eat for protein and about what we waste by throwing out food appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com.By Friday morning, Dec. 13, we will provide the “Reveal” — the graphs’ free online link, additional background and questions, shout outs highlighting student comments and headlines, and Stat Nuggets.After looking closely at the graphs…
What’s Going On in This Picture? | Dec. 2, 2019

What’s Going On in This Picture? | Dec. 2, 2019

Students 1. After looking closely at the image above (or at the full-size image), think about these three questions: 2. Next, join the conversation by clicking on the comment button and posting in the box that opens on the right. (Students 13 and older are invited to comment, although teachers of younger students are welcome…
What’s Going On in This Picture? | Nov. 25, 2019

What’s Going On in This Picture? | Nov. 25, 2019

• Want to make sure you never miss a photo? Add What’s Going On in This Picture? to your Google calendar to receive weekly reminders and see our full publishing schedule for the 2019-20 school year. Updated: Nov. 27, 2019 This week’s image comes from the Oct. 28, 2019 article “Leaving Prison at 72.” The…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | Dec. 4, 2019

What’s Going On in This Graph? | Dec. 4, 2019

This graph of the change in the number of violent crimes and the change in the number of undocumented immigrants for the period 2007 to 2016 appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com. The data is from 180 metropolitan areas in the United States. Both the change in the number of violent crimes and the change in the…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | Nov. 20, 2019

What’s Going On in This Graph? | Nov. 20, 2019

These graphs of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States by sector and by type of transportation originally appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com. By Friday morning, Nov. 22, we will provide the “Reveal,” the graphs’ free online link, additional background and questions, shout-outs highlighting student comments and headlines, and Stat Nuggets. After looking closely at the…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | Nov. 13, 2019

What’s Going On in This Graph? | Nov. 13, 2019

This graph originally appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com. By Friday morning, Nov. 15, we will provide the “Reveal” — the graph’s free online link, additional background and questions, shout-outs highlighting student comments and headlines, and Stat Nuggets. To add other relevant information to your analysis, you may want to use the graph below to compare the…
What’s Going On in This Picture? | Nov. 4, 2019

What’s Going On in This Picture? | Nov. 4, 2019

Students 1. After looking closely at the image above (or at the full-size image), think about these three questions: 2. Next, join the conversation by clicking on the comment button and posting in the box that opens on the right. (Students 13 and older are invited to comment, although teachers of younger students are welcome…

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