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Graphing Behavior and Skills
and
Interpreting Response to Intervention (RTI)

Click here for answers to the question "Why Use Graphs?"
Click here to view the "Parts of a Basic Line Graph"

Scroll down this page to find these resources:

"Low-tech" Resources: - including blank graph grids
"Medium Tech" Resources:
Excel general graph templates - Just enter data to automatically create a graph for most purposes
Excel "words per minute" graph templates with embedded aim lines for oral reading fluency
Directions to print, copy, paste, or modify Excel graphs, such as adding aim lines
"High Tech" Resources: - create graphs with Excel 2003 or 2007
Directions for interpreting graphs and "Response to Intervention."



"Low-tech" Resources:

Idea for making a blank graph sheet: Use the MS Word Table Insert feature.
Idea to help teachers update a graph by hand:  In MS Excel, enter prior data in the spreadsheet. Add empty data cells. Create and print the graph with gridlines. The teacher writes in future values and data points on the printed graph. This allows immediate visual display of the data. Later, the values are transferred to the spreadsheet to update the graph.



"Medium Tech" Resources:

for up to 10 sessions, days, weeks, or months.
This Excel graph includes sample data.
Try entering new data to instantly modify the graph.
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The Excel templates below are blank and include easy-to-use directions
for entering data to automatically create a graph.
for up to 20 sessions, days, weeks, or months..

for up to 31 days (also can be used for sessions, weeks, or months).

for up to 20 sessions, days, weeks, or months.

for 31 days (also can be used for sessions, weeks, or months).

for up to 10 sessions, days, or weeks.

for up to 10 sessions, days, or weeks.

for grades 1 to 8.

and text boxes in Excel graphs.

Directions on placing trend lines on Excel graphs - UNDER CONSTRUCTION
into other documents or presentations.



"High Tech" Resources:




Directions for interpreting graphs and "Response to Intervention."
- UNDER CONSTRUCTION -





 
Last Modified: Feb 22, 2010