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In this flip chart, students will learn the difference between categorical data and numerical data, examples, and key vocabulary. The activinspire flip chart allows the teacher to reveal the information by removing the shapes over the correct information. At the end of the lesson are five question
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A 2 category worksheet with a yes or no category. The yes is for the items that follow the rule. The no is for items that do not. I tried to keep the words simple because my audience is kindergarten. I will be using this to help students sort attribute shapes and meet CCSS K.MD.B.3 Classify objects
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Directions: Find a partner. Ask your partner each of the questions and record his/her answer. Identify the variable, the level of measurement (type of data) and whether the data is quantitative (categorical), or quantitative (discrete or continuous). Students collect data about each other then
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This editable PowerPoint BINGO statistics and probability review activity is aligned to all 8th grade CCSS in the Statistics and Probability strand. Students work in cooperative groups to practice identifying and describing correlation given a scatter plot, determining an appropriate trend line, wr
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I created this game to help students classify variables/data as ordinal, nominal, ratio or intervel level. I printed everything out on cardstock, and separated the cards and put them into envelopes. After separating students into teams of 4, they race to place the data in the appropriate column
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This is an activity that combines constructing a data table from a survey of students and classifying data types. Students are asked to find data for six different variables and then classify each variable as categorical or quantitative. There are also six questions to answer about the data table
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This is a basic activity to check student understanding about three main types of data. It requires students to sort data into three groups - Categorical, Discrete and Continuous. There are a few ways to use it - (1) Hand out to each student to stick into their notebooks to do as an individual ta
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