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Excellent lesson and practice problems to teach how to make predictions using theoretical probability!Students will learn to use either EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS or PERCENTS to predict the frequency of an outcome if the event is repeated multiple times. For example, if you roll a number cube 600 times,

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Also included in: Probability Unit BUNDLE - Grade 7

This quiz asks students to make predictions based on theoretical probabilities of simple and compound events. This is very similar to my 7.6C and 7.6H quizzes, because the TEKS are similar. However, these are all new questions, so all three can be used in the same class.
Part of the TEKS quiz serie

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This lesson teaches students how to Make Predictions Using Experimental Probability
Students will be presented with data sets from experimental probability and then they must make predictions using experimental probability
They will learn specific methods on how to use Proportional Reasoning or

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Making Predictions Using Data - Google Form & Video Lesson!
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(1) Interactive video lesson with notes on using data to make predictions. This product is perfect for students learning about sampling for the first time. I use this lesson as part of a middle school probabili

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Also included in: Probability Google Form Bundle – Perfect for Google Classroom!

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If you like this product, check out my Probability Packet: experimental and mathematical! This worksheet is one of the worksheets that can be found as the culminating activity for that packet.
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In this lab, students investigate the difference between experimental and theoretical probability using a small pack of skittles or m&m’s. Students begin by performing a series of random trials to determine the experimental probability of selecting a particular color candy. Students draw candies

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A comprehensive unit studying the fundamentals of Probability! The unit begins with playing "The Hungry Games" with the class, and what student doesn't like competing for CANDY!? This game is full of probability that is mostly unknown to students at the outset, but has many great conversation oppo

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Making Predictions, Hough-Miff 12-8
Today students will make predictions using probability concepts.
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This is a unit lesson plan lasting 2-3 weeks depending on the needs of your students. The product is laid out for a 2 1/2 week period but it is in a word document so it can be adjusted to fit your needs. Students will participate in a series of games including playing dice, rock paper scissors, and

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This is a hands on activity that provides students the opportunity to see the difference between experimental and theoretical probability with a real life example. Students will roll dice and flip coins, than make predictions using probability based off of the experiment.

Cereal Box Project:
1. Choose a person whom you believe to be a contender based on the characteristics we discussed in class. You may choose a character from a book, a historical figure (alive or dead), someone you know, a famous athlete, a family member, etc… You may NOT choose yourself. Brain

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This is a fun, student-centered activity in which students working with a partner will conduct an experimental lab tossing 2 coins. After completing the lab, they will draw conclusions based upon the results of the activity concerning the difference between theoretical and experimental probability.

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This quiz includes questions that ask students to make predictions based on a given experimental or theoretical probability.
Part of the TEKS quiz series, available for all 7th and 8th grade math TEKS. Each quiz contains ten questions of varying levels. Please click the preview button to see the qu

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(6) Proportionality. The student applies mathematical process standards to use probability and statistics to describe or solve problems involving proportional relationships. The student is expected to:
(C) make predictions and determine solutions using experimental data for simple and compound eve

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Experimental Probability and Making Predictions in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed it for my Algebra 1 class, but can be used for lower grades as well. This lesson teaches how to Find the experimental probability of an event

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Do you need to help your students understand cause and effect? It is an important skill; one that some children have difficulty grasping. Being able to predict what will happen in certain situations; to understand that X inevitably - or usually - or often - leads to Y is a crucial life skill.Some ch

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Also included in: Making Predictions BUNDLE for speech language counseling special education

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This is a hands on activity where students spin the spinners and tally results as they go along. Once done spinning, they describe the results using fractions, and then they use the fractional probability to make predictions with different numbers of spins. There are six different spinners each wi

Here’s how it works:Creating a Prediction Pail for your classroom is one of the simplest ways to have students creating and sharing evidence based predictions as a class, or in a small group setting. First, use the label included to label a bucket or pail for classroom use. Then, copy the needed num

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Students will be given a bag of 20 conversation hearts. They will use the bag to write the fraction of each color in the bag in lowest terms. They will also use probability to predict how many of the different colors will be drawn given a set number of hearts.

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This bundle includes 6 classroom activities to simple probability, experimental and theoretical probability, making predictions, independent probability, and dependent probability. All activities are directly aligned to CCSS (7.SP.5, 7.SP.6, 7.SP.7, 7.SP.8) and TEKS (7.6A, 7.6C, 7.6D, 7.6E, 7.6H, 7

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Save time with this set of 50 Topic Based Seventh Grade Math warm ups that include spiral review. 2 Options are included: Generic & Aligned to the Texas TEKS. These warm ups are 100% editable.What’s Included• 50 Full Page Warm Ups• Answer Keys• Index Two Options• Regular Warm Ups & Index•

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