Compute Your Grades with Excel

Compute Your Grades with Excel
Show students how to compute their own grades using the AVERAGE function in Microsoft Excel®. This computer lesson plan includes review questions and step-by-step instructions for making a spreadsheet file and charting the data. The Excel software application is required for spreadsheet activities.

Grade Levels: 4 - 8

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Step-by-Step Spreadsheet Activities for Microsoft Excel®
Joan Marie Brown

Spreadsheet Activities for Microsoft Excel features step-by-step instructions for writing formulas, using functions, creating charts, and determining budgets. Your students will learn about the many different ways they can use spreadsheets as they track grades, graph data, and solve math problems. Many of these interesting lessons are easy to modify and align to your specific curriculum.
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