Use these Frayer Models to develop student's vocabulary when describing probability.
There are 6 different Frayer models included. One that centers around "probability. This model includes a space for the definition and characteristics of probability and there for students to describe the words: "Impossible" "Unlikely" "Equally Likely" "Likely" and "Certain"
I also included a seperate Frayer model for each describing word (Impossible, Unlikely, Equally Likely, Likely, Certain) for a more in depth exploration. You may choose to only use the models for the words that are most difficult for your students, or you can create a jigsaw and have students teach each other. Either way you can use as many models as you want or have time for.
I've tried to leave them fairly open ended so as not to limit student creativity. There is a pre-drawn circle to encourage students to show what the probability can look like on a spinner, however the rest is up to you and your students. Include as many words or pictures as you chose!
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