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This bundle contains all three lessons for the Experimental Design unit for AP Statistics as foldable notes or regular guided notes.
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
Sampling Demonstration Activity
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
-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
Vocab cards for vocabulary test
AP Practice included (5 questions)
2 Free Response questions for test
A SMART notebook file is included for the teacher to fill in with the class.
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.