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Incorporate Reading & Writing into the Math Classroom with this article and accompanying worksheet! The 4 page article is entitled - "How the Media Uses Statistics to Mislead Audiences: Real- life examples of really bad graphs". The worksheet helps students summarize the case studies and the art

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After teaching my students about scatterplots, correlation, and the line of best fit, I take a day for them to do a hands-on lab, in which they measure their height (in inches) and their forearm length (from the tip of their elbow, to the bony point on their wrist), and we plot the class data, write

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Common Core State Standards addressed: 6.SP.2, 6.SP.3, 6.SP.4, 6.SP.5a, 6.SP.5c
This 26-question study guide requires students to read, create, or analyze a frequency table, a stem-and-leaf plot, a scatter plot, a line plot, a bar graph, a line graph, and a histogram. Students consider outliers,

This is a simple step-by-step list for student interactive notebooks.
Steps walk students through entering data, graphing the scatterplot and linear regression (tend line) in the Ti-83/84 family of graphing calculators. Screen shots of what the students see on their Ti are also included to encourag

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This document requires students to analyze line plots in order to determine measures of central tendency, as well as range and gaps. Students are asked to match listed data with data displayed in a line plot. Other questions include how the median would be affected if there was a change in the dat

Students can use these vocabulary foldables to write the vocabulary term and an example. Students should fold over the dotted line, put the vocabulary term on the folded over side, and an example under the example side.

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This is a study guide that I recently gave my students to help them study for their unit test on graphs and probability. This study guide gives the definitions of: bar graph, pictograph, line plot, survey, data, analyze, key, and probability. Then it has sample problems dealing with the 3 graphs (li

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An excellent cumulative project reviewing the following concepts: •Quantitative vs. Qualitative data•Bivariate data•Scatter plot•Line of best fit•Association of data (strong, weak, linear, non-linear, positive, and negative)•Outliers, biases, population, sample groupStudents work in small groups to

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Study Guide covering:
-equations
-inequalities
-integers
-probability
-scale factor
-proportions
-parallel lines & transversal
-percents
-triangle theories
-measures of variation
-central tendency
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Integrate maths with your learning about the Treaty of Waitangi with this fun challenge for your students. Great for new learning or revision of previous learning. THE CHALLENGE:There are 10 graphs, each with 10 questions (so a total of 100 questions). How many questions can you answer correctly?

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This resource would be useful in the following ways:→ Pre-test before introducing the standard→ Study Guide to prepare for the assessment→ Reassessment This resource will allow you to measure student understanding of how to construct a line of best fit on a scatter plot at various levels of mastery

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Also included in: 8th Grade Common Core Statistics & Probability Assessments

Have you seen the "phone notifications" craze hitting teachers' social media everywhere? Have your students choose 5 apps and tally how many notifications they receive. Then, use line of best fit and statistics (dot plot, box plot, histogram) to analyze the results - exactly how often are your stude

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A 9 day CCSS-Aligned Scatter Plots and Data Unit - including scatter plots, trend lines, two-way tables and relative frequency.Standards: 8.SP.1, 8.SP.2, 8.SP.3, 8.SP.4Texas Teacher?Grab the TEKS-Aligned Scatter Plots and Data Unit.Please don’t purchase both as there is overlapping content. 1. Uni

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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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If you need to prepare your students for a standardized test based on the Common Core, this “crash course” is exactly what you need! Organized by standard and easy to use, just print and let the reviewing begin! What's Included?This download consists of 10 “crash course” reviews with explanations a

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Creating & Analyzing Scatter Plots - Visual Interactive "Doodle Notes"
When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:
- new learning
- relaxation (less math anxiety)
- vis

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Are your kids studying the measures of central tendency, box and whisker plots, stem and leaf plots, two-way tables, histograms and scatter plots? This valuable resource includes guided notes, worksheets, scavenger hunts, assessments and more that you can use for your statistics unit. Below you will

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Students use real world data and statistics (from textual to numerical) obtained from CIA World Factbook to make inferences comparing first and third world countries. All the third world nations are from Africa. Students compare their own country to an African third world country. This entire pr

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This resource includes detailed step by step notes on how to create a box and whisker plot, a worksheet and an assessment.
The notes include step by step instructions that can be referenced as students study box plots. Students can glue the notes directly into their notebooks. A box and whisker

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Also included in: Statistics Bundle - Guided Notes, Worksheets & Scavenger Hunts!

Do you want to breathe some life into your frequency table and dot plot lessons? Then this is this the activity for you! This activity is intended to help students match sets of data (found in frequency tables) with correct displays (dot plots, also known as line plots). Your students will be up,

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Great Algebra “cheat sheets” which summarizes various algebra concepts and procedures covered in my materials. Handy, concise, helpful!
Topics covered include:
•Adding Fractions
•Multiplying Fractions
•Basic Probability Rules
•Converting Decimals to Fractions
•Number Types
•Exponential Notation
•Di

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REVIEW SHEETS THAT INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:Box and Whisker PlotsCoordinate PlaneDirect and Inverse VariationDomain and RangeEquations of a LineExponent LawsFactoringFunctionsGraphing InequalitiesLine and Curve of Best FitMultiplying PolynomialsPropertiesQuadraticsScatter plotsSlope and Graphing

Students will create a poster using sports statistics. Depending on the time of year, you may want to use football scores, basketball scores, data from the Olympics, etc. Students will use the internet (or you can print out statistics for them) to find sports data.
The students really buy into th

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These 18 mini-posters illustrate the various types of graphs studied in all grades: pictograph, line and bar graphs, box and whisker, stem and leaf, circle, histogram, Venn Diagram, matrix, scatter plot, and frequency tables. Each mini-poster contains a list of characteristics, an example, and voc

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