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

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

Students 1. This graph, which originally appeared in The New York Times, shows more than 500 jobs, their required skills and how likely they are to be automatable. You can enter a job in the “Find a job ...” field to find where it is on the graph. You can also hover the cursor over…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | March 13, 2019

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

NOTE: Join us for our free webinar about teaching with graphs from The New York Times. Date: Wednesday, March 20 at 4 p.m. Eastern Time. Register here. Students 1. This graph shows the sources of electricity generation in the United States. The graph originally appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com. You can visit this article to find…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | March 6, 2019

What’s Going On in This Graph? | March 6, 2019

Students 1. This graph shows the consumption of tobacco products by students, with e-cigarettes broken out separately, from 2011 to 2018. The graph originally 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?• What do you wonder?What are…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | Feb. 27, 2019

What’s Going On in This Graph? | Feb. 27, 2019

Students 1. This graph shows the length of daily delays on one woman’s 40-minute commute between Munich and a town in the German countryside during 2018. The graph originally appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com. The commuter knitted two rows each day. Gray for delays under five minutes, pink for up to 30 minutes, and red for…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | Feb. 13, 2019

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

Students 1. This graph shows the relative size of military budgets by country in 2015. It originally appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com. After looking closely at the graph above, think about these three questions: • What do you notice?• What do you wonder?What are you curious about that comes from what you notice in the graph?•…
What’s Going On in This Graph? | Feb. 6, 2019

What’s Going On in This Graph? | Feb. 6, 2019

Students 1. The graph above breaks down how we consumed music in 2018 by genre. How do traditional sales (defined as sales and radio play) compare to traditional sales combined with streaming? The chart below provides additional relevant information. Both originally appeared elsewhere on NYTimes.com. After looking closely at the graph and chart above, think…

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