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This PDF document consists of three parts: a lesson plan, project instructions, and a grading rubric. The lesson has students construct a survey that will have at least two questions: one that is multiple choice and one that has a numerical answer. It can either be an individual assignment or a grou

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A worksheet from ORB Education investigating the probability of reaching each exit in a number of simple mazes when using the role of a dice as your decision-maker.
This is a sample from our full product 'Probability Worksheets, PowerPoints and Interactive Resources'.
Probability Mazes by ORB Educa

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This web-based performance task allows students to find statistics on the internet and the analyze and display the statistics using various displays. Finally, students are prompted to write about their analysis, explaining when specific displays are used and justifying their choice of a given displ

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An engaging student-led activity whereby the students will collect the measurements of other student's hand spans and then analyze this data.
Student will find mean, median, mode and range and then graph the data using a bar graph, histogram, line graph, etc.
If you download this activity, please r

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An excellent lesson plan to teach statistics and probability. An easy to follow and fun lesson plan involving a "coin flipping" lab to teach probability, statistics and prediction using statistics.

This is a statistics project that can be modified to fit grades 6 to 12. This can also be done by hand or in excel. It would be a great assignment to use as a unit project or as a group presentation. It is a cross curriculum activity that will combine history and math together to give the kids a

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An introduction to Box and Whisker Plots using data from everyday scenarios such as yearly average sunnny days on the beach, shelter dog adoptions, and miles driven to favorite restaurants. Includes learning goals, vocabulary, teacher directions, student work space worksheets, keys. Found at "It's

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Mean, median, mode, and range are explored in this activity lesson pack complete with lesson plans, student packets, and graphing pages. You and your students will tackle these four important measures of central tendency through a fun lab activity involving bubble gum, M&Ms, birthdays, dice, an

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In this fun activity students will solve the mystery of the stolen art by collecting data on classmate's standing long jump and height. Students will create a scatter plot and line of best fit for their data; then use their data to make predictions for the 5 suspects. Students will create a one page

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With only 16 games in an NFL regular season every game and every play is crucial. Teams need to win each week or jobs are on the line. To win you have to score points. Points translate to wins. So how do teams score points? A

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This PDF is of a Nearpod presentation about displaying data via box plots. It will give you a glimpse of what you can expect from Nearpod and its capabilities to enhance your classroom experience. Via this presentation, your students will display and interpret data using box plots. Math. Common Core

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A powerpoint presentation titled Inference about a population mean. It introduces the t distribution as well as goes into the confidence intervals, and the test of significance when the population parameters are unknown. The power point gives the formula for the one-sample test statistic, as well as

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Students practice the skill of finding probability by using interesting chat character keyboard created faces.

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This lesson has students cut out dinosaur cards from the provided worksheets. Each card contains a picture of the dinosaur, its name, the period (Triassic or Cretaceous) and its length. Students are asked to order the cards from smallest to largest and then compute the mean, median and mode of the

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So Easy to Use! Simply print and fold! No need to rotate pages! Scatter Plots and Lines of Best Fit FOLDABLE also includes a PowerPoint to go along with the foldable.
Foldable has 2 tiers of differentiation, perfect for the inclusive classroom! 1 set has fill-in-the-blank style notes within the fold

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Objectives:
-State mean and standard deviation for The Standard Normal Distribution
-Given a raw score from a normal distribution, find the standardized “z-score”
-Use the Table of Standard Normal Probabilities to find the area under a given section of the Standard Normal curve.
Reference Text:
The

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Overview: Using team roster data, students will review how teams from different parts of the country have rosters that reflect their location. Students will create thematic maps using roster data.
Connections to the Curriculum:
Geography, social studies, math

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This is activity allows students to explore probability through experimentation and make predictions about the likelihood of an event occurring with the use of dice. This lesson is hands on and a fun way to get students interested in math! If it would be helpful for me to post my formal lesson plan

Provide your students with daily practice and watch their mental recall, maths knowledge and understanding, and problem-solving skills improve. Day-by-day activities cover all mathematics strands and are developmental throughout each book and the series. Supported by a weekly testing program (levels

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-State whether a variable is categorical or quantitative.
-Manually create a dotplot and a histogram that represent given data.
-Describe a distribution in terms of center, spread and shape.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfre

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-Describe verbally the meaning of STANDARD DEVIATION.
-Calculate the VARIANCE and STANDARD DEVIATION of a data set from a formula and on the TI.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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This 30-60 minute lesson plan is designed for 7th-9th graders with the objective of calculating mean and range and making inferences about data sets using these two mathematical devices. The lesson includes five pages of redacted notes and three activities/practice problems with critical thinking qu

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Probability Basics
Objectives:
-Write the sample space for a set of events.
Count the outcomes in a sample space by using:
**A branching (tree) diagram.
**The multiplication principle.
-Apply the basic rules of probability to solve problems.
-Describe what is meant by the complement of an event.
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Counting Theory (Permutation and Combination)
Objectives:
-Use organized lists and tree (branching) diagrams to list all possible outcomes of a trial.
-Identify whether permutation or combination is appropriate to count the number of outcomes of a trial.
-Use formulas or calculator commands to eval

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-Given a two-variable data set, construct and interpret a scatterplot.
-Identify variables as explanatory or response variables.
-Describe an association in terms of:
*Direction
*Shape (or form)
*Strength
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
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Simple Random Samples
Objectives:
-Describe the difference between a population and a sample.
-Describe the difference between a census and a survey.
-Describe what is meant by bias in a sample.
-Describe what is meant by a:
*Voluntary Response Sample.
*Convenience Sample.
*Simple Random Sample.
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-Define specific measures of center and spread in a distribution
-Recognize notation for mean, median, and the 5-number summary of data
-Calculate same manually and on TI
-Determine outliers by the 1.5 IQR rule
-Draw boxplots manually and on TI
-Describe RESISTANCE as it applies to mean

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Designing Experiments
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-Describe the difference between an observational study and an experiment.
-Draw a schematic diagram of a completely randomized experiment that allows comparison between a treatment group and a control group.
-State the three principles of experimental design.
-Des

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Sampling Activity
Objectives:
-Practice the techniques involved in taking each of these types of probability sample:
*Simple Random Sample
*Systematic Random Sample
*Stratified Random Sample
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Ca

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Probability Addition Rules Guided Notes
This set of guided notes focuses on finding the probability mutually exclusive and overlapping events. All of the problems feature the key word "OR." For example, students might have to find the probability of choosing an ace or a spade from a standard deck o

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-Draw a normal curve and show μ, µ±σ, µ±2σ, µ±3σ on the graph
-Use the Empirical Rule (a.k.a. 68-95 Rule) to answer questions about percents and percentiles
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates

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-Given a two-variable data set with clearly identified explanatory and response variables, find the equation of the Least Squares Regression Line (LSRL) by two methods:
*Manually by plotting points, using a straightedge and applying algebraic concepts for lines.
*From statistics formulas

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Conditional Probability
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-Recognize whether a conditional probability problem calls for the use of the “or” case rules or the “and” case rules.
-Apply the “or” case rules for disjoint and dependent cases.
-Apply the “and” case rules for independent and dependent cases.
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Permutation and Combination
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-Use a formula and a calculator command to find the number of permutations of n objects taken r at a time.
-Use a formula and a calculator command to find the number of combinations of n objects taken r at a time.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics,

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This is a lesson to show the scatterplot/correlation between the length of a candy bar and the bite number (ie, students measure a candy bar, take a bite, remeasure, etc). Skills used include: interpreting scatterplots, finding a line of best fit and slope, and understanding slope and y-intercept i

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This is an integrated unit for students in 4th - 6th grade inviting them to plan, present and persuade a panel of humanitarians to give away 1 million dollars to charity.

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-Calculate the value of a residual at a point on a LSRL.
-Create a residual plot on the calculator and draw a conclusion about the goodness of fit of the LSRL.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yat

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Objectives:
-Convert exponential data to linear data by use of logarithm principles.
-Perform linear regression on linearized data.
-Evaluate linear fit by using a residual plot.
-Convert linear results to an exponential function of the form y = abx that models the original data.
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The Central Limit Theorem
Objectives:
-Perform an activity that demonstrates the effect of the Central Limit Theorem.
-Write a statement of The Central Limit Theorem.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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Independent Events
Objectives:
-Describe what it means to say that two events are independent.
-Use the multiplication rule for independent events to answer “and” probability questions.
-Answer “at least” probability questions through the use of complementary probability.
Reference Text:
The Pract

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-Determine whether a distribution is approximately normal by three different tests:
*Assess symmetry and shape
*Assess the empirical rule
*Use a Normal Probability Plot
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/stati

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Students will see how community arrangement is studied by scientists. This lesson will take qualitative prior knowledge of how populous cities are compared to suburban areas and rural areas and bring in quantitative skills. Science will be presented in a way that ties mathematics and data analysis i

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Three Principles of Experimental Design
Objectives:
-State the three principles of experimental design.
-Describe what is meant by “statistically significant”.
-Describe what is meant by a “double blind” experiment.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
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Block Design, Matched Pairs Design
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-Describe what is meant by a “block design experiment” and draw a schematic diagram of such an experiment.
-Describe what is meant by a “matched pairs experiment” and draw a schematic diagram of such an experiment.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Stat

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Simpson’s Paradox
Objectives:
-Analyze data in a two-way table in which proportions of sub-groups are inconsistent with proportions of the whole.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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Associations in Categorical Data
Objectives:
-Given a two-way table of counts for two categorical variables:
*Find the marginal distributions of the variables.
*Find a conditional distribution of the variables.
*Display the distributions as bar charts.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, F

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Included Activities:
-Review Problem 4.1 on calculator.
-Do the Oil Production problem in class.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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-Create and use paired lists with outcomes and frequencies in the TI.
-Define a density curve; verify whether a given curve is a valid density curve.
-Find the percent of data within a specified range under a well defined density curve.
-Calculate the median and quartiles of a well defin

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Other Sampling Designs
Objectives:
-Define what is meant by a probability sample.
-Describe how to select a systematic random sample.
-Describe how to select a stratified random sample.
-Describe how to select a multistage sample.
-Describe what is meant by these sources of bias:
*Undercoverage
*No

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Sampling Distributions
Objectives:
-Students should be able to describe the difference between a parameter and a statistic.
-Students should be able to define a sample mean and a sample proportion.
-Students should be able to define and describe a sampling distribution.
Reference Text:
The Practi

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-Use the calculator LinReg command to find the equation of a LSRL.
-Interpret the meaning of r^2 in the context of the data.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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Discrete Random Variables
Objectives:
-Write the probability distribution function of a discrete random variable as either a table or a histogram.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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