This bundle contains all four lessons for the Experimental Design unit for AP Statistics.
Lesson 1: Students will:
-be exposed to fundamental vocabulary,
-identify individuals and variables in a set of data
-decide if a variable is quantitative or categorical
-start collecting data that can be used in later lessons
Lesson 2:Students will:
-be introduced to key vocabulary terms
-identify the population and sample of a statistical study
-identify voluntary and convenience sampling techniques which lead to bias
-explain how they produced biased data
-describe how to do an SRS with technology, slips of paper, and random
-describe how to take a stratified, cluster, and systematic sample
-identify the advantages to certain sampling techniques
Lesson 3: Students will:
-distinguish between an observational study and an experiment
-identify experimental units, explanatory variables, response variables, and
-understand the necessity of comparison, randomization, and replication in a
-design experiments choosing the most appropriate design type: Completely
Randomized, Block, or Matched Pairs
Lesson 4:Students will:
-explain what is possible and not possible to infer about a statistical study
-decide if it is possible to make generalizations about a whole population
and whether or not cause and effect can be established based on sample
Homework/Classwork is included.
AP Practice included (5 questions)
Regular guided notes are included as well as foldable notes.
These lessons are set up to have the teacher lead the students through the note-taking process while incorporating examples for the students to try. The answer key is provided with the pages numbered. I will also be making videos that take the student through the lesson for those that flip their classroom or for absent students.
A SMART notebook file is included for the teacher to fill in with the class.