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This Bundle Contains lessons that cover the entire AP Statistics curriculum.Unit 1: Experimental Design (regular guided notes and foldable notes option)This bundle contains all four lessons for the Experimental Design unit for AP Statistics. Lesson 1: Students will: -be exposed to
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These math journal and/or note-taking activities introduce students to 9 units of statistics (over 290 pages of useful materials). They can be used for introduction of topics or to reflect/review what you have covered in class discussion. The problems listed in this activity packet build nicely on e
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This resource has become a central focus of my class with overwhelmingly positive feedback from students, parents, and other teachers. An interactive note page with "flipable" 3x5 cards summarizing the important data found in Bock, Velleman, De Veaux's (BVD) Stats: Modeling the World. This is applic
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This growing bundle contains all of the lessons in the Descriptive Statistics Unit for AP Statistics. There are 13 lessons: -Analyzing Categorical Data (lesson 1) -Displaying Quantitative Data (lesson 2) -Using numbers to describe Quantitative Data (lesson 3) -Using numbers to descr
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This bundle contains all three lessons for the Experimental Design unit for AP Statistics as foldable notes or regular guided notes.Lesson 1: Students will: -be exposed to fundamental vocabulary, -identify individuals and variables in a set of data
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AP Statistics Hypothesis Testing Graphic Organizer for Statistics, AP Statistics, College Statistics, and for some curricula, Algebra 2. Graphic Organizer, Cheat Sheet for Hypothesis Testing. This resource includes 5 versions: Black and White or Color, with and without p -value info for rejection,
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AP Statistics College Statistics Final - Review - Study Guide- Exam - 6 versions with 60 questions each*. Great Final Exam Practice or Review for AP Statistics; Honors Statistics, or College Statistics course. Included are Six different versions, each including 60 well chosen representative que
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This is a growing bundle that will contain all 17 lessons for the Inference Unit. The lessons included in this bundle: -Confidence Intervals (3 lessons: Intro, proportions, and means) Homework included -Significance Tests (3 lessons: Intro, proportions, and means) -Comparing tw
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This is the seventh lesson in a series of 14 lessons in the Descriptive Statistics Unit for AP Statistics. Students will: -Be introduced to key vocabulary -Describe the relative location of the mean and median on a density curve -Use the Empirical Rule to estimate the areas in a Norma
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Also included in: AP Statistics - Chapter 3 Bundle: The Normal Distribution

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This bundle contains all of the lesson in the Probability Unit for AP Statistics. There are 12 lessons. Regular guided notes as well as foldable notes are included. -Probability Part 1 (Homework included) -Probability Part 2 -Probability Part 3 `Probability Part 4 -Discrete and Continuous Rand
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With 2017-2018 AP Statistics Pacing Guide, your planning for the year is done! I've taken the standards and learning targets for AP Statistics and organized it for the year. It is one-sheet that is organized and user-friendly. You will know what to teach each day and know what topics are coming up.
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This is a no prep, comprehensive pre-assignment for students entering AP Statistics. Included are basic statistical vocabulary words, graphical displays, algebra review, and common formulas and calculator commands for TI-84. Students can also keep this packet throughout the year as a reference tool.
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Students will: -use the point estimate to create a confidence interval -calculate the point estimate and margin of error given an interval -interpret a confidence interval and level. -be introduced to critical values These lessons are set up to have the teacher lead the studen
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Similar to Guess Who, this game has students solving problems to decipher clues. They need to decide who in class has committed the crime.
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This set of PowerPoint presentations includes all the lessons and homework assignments I developed to teach AP Statistics. Each lesson includes lesson goals, lecture materials, bolded key definitions, activities (including links to actual, relevant AP problems by section), and homework assignments.
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Students will: -identify the null and alternative hypotheses for a significance test about a population proportion -interpret a P-value in the context of the problem -make an appropriate conclusion based on a significance level and determine if results are statisticall
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Students will: -check for conditions: Random,10%, and Normal (CLT or population is approx. normal). -understand how t-distributions are different from normal distributions and why it is necessary to use t-distributions -find critical t-values using a table or technology
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This is a PowerPoint presentation I use at the end of AP Statistics for whole-course review and as practice tool for the AP Exam. The presentation contains 52 slides with 6 practice items from the 1999 AP exam (including solutions and scoring guides), and a review of high-level concepts including: D
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Students will: -note the conditions for calculating a confidence interval for proportions -calculate critical values using tables or technology -build and interpret confidence intervals for proportions. -calculate the sample size required to obtain a C% confidence interval for
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This is a Jeopardy game that I use with my Advanced Placement Students that covers the end of our school year. It has old practice AP multiple choice problems in the form of a Jeopardy game. Kids have fun competing against each other or in groups for candy. It usually takes the entire class (50 m
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Ever play the fun vocabulary game, Taboo? Here is an AP Statistics version! Directions: Students are in groups of 4. A student picks up one card at a time. They MUST get their partner to say the "blue" word, but are NOT allowed to use any of the black words to describe it. If they use a black word,
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Students will read eight different examples of sampling plans and match whether they are classified as a simple random sample (SRS), stratified random, cluster, voluntary response, convenience, or multi-stage. Would make a great warm-up or would make for great small group discussion. Two pages, in
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Students will check the conditions that must be satisfied to perform a significance test and perform significance tests for proportions.
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This Word document is the syllabus I use for my AP Statistics course. The textbook I use is "Stats: Modeling the World" by Bock, Velleman, and De Veaux, though the assignments could be adapted easily to another textbook, as the material is substantially the same. This syllabus has been approved by t
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