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I used this activity to engage my 6th graders in the topics of statistics and central tendency. This activity also worked great with my 7th and 8th graders when covering the topics of proportional relationships, scatter plots, lines of best fit, linear functions, and using graphs and equations to m
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This lesson uses data from the 2010 U.S. Census to allow students to access numbers and data in a social science classroom. The lesson is a 2 day mini-unit centered on working with charts, graphs, and tables (serves extremely well for SAT and ACT prep). This cross-curricular lesson draws meaningful
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This is an activity that uses data collected by the Southern Poverty Law Center tracking the use of Confederate symbols in the form of monuments, courthouses, schools, and other public amenities, including parks, highways and holidays. The activity takes place in 3 parts: The first part is that st
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Here is a great way to practice ratios, have fun and learn about another culture. Great to use at Hanukkah time or any time of the year. This worksheet and class chart teaches the students how to play dreidel and then instructs them to practice finding and writing ratios as they play. Dreidels are a
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This is a gorgeous crafty activity for young children to display the data in their homes (people who live with them). It's easy and makes for a beautiful classroom display. This is a great activity to do for cultural or diversity awareness or otherwise a statistics and data collection lesson. This
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The statistics behind the salaries of the teams and also make some predictions based on those salaries. New York Yankees Philadelphia Phillies Boston Red Sox Los Angeles Angels Detroit Tigers Texas Rangers Miami Marlins San Francisco Giants St. Louis Cardinals Milwaukee Brewers White Los Angeles Dod
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What does it really take to win a Super Bowl? During this activity you will explore the statistics behind winning and losing the game. make predictions and explain your data. correlation, causation, linear regression
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Students rate the Top 10 songs and partner up. They plot their ratings and their partners' ratings and check for positive, negative, or no correlation. This can be adapted to any 10 songs of any genre.
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Students choose a broad topic and make 4 pages of tree diagrams with number of outcomes and sample spaces based on more specific parts of the broad topic. For example, students can choose Seasons as the broad topic and a different season for each page, or they can choose Types of Foods as the broad
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