Categorical Data & Two-Way Tables: Conditional Relative Frequency (Common Core Aligned Lesson)
This product includes a lesson plan with worksheet and answer key aligned with the common core. Students learn how to compute and interpret conditional relative frequencies from categorical data summarized in two-way frequency tables. Students also learn how to use conditional relative frequencies to recognize possible associations and trends in the data. The worksheet can be used as an in-class handout or as homework. Questions assess statistical reasoning as well as mechanics.
Previous students have tended to have more difficulty distinguishing the language and interpretation of conditional relative frequency from relative frequency than with their computation. Therefore, this lesson includes a review of relative frequency and emphasizes the language and interpretation of conditional relative frequency. A complete lesson on relative frequency can be found here
This product includes:
1) Lesson lecture slides in PDF (annotated with speaker notes) and PowerPoint
2) Lesson lecture handout in PDF
3) Worksheet in PDF
4) Answer key with and without detailed rubric in PDF
1) Review how to summarize, interpret, and represent data from two categorical variables in a two-way table.
2) Learn to interpret conditional relative frequencies.
3) Learn to compute conditional relative frequencies from joint and marginal frequencies.
4) Learn to compute conditional relative frequencies from joint and marginal relative frequencies.
5) Learn how to recognize possible associations and trends in the data.
6) Learn that association does not imply causation.
Common Core Standards:
HSS.ID.B.5: Summarize, represent, and interpret data on two categorical variables in two-way frequency tables; interpret frequencies; and recognize possible associations and trends in the data.
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