Give your students practice using real data to find the main ideas of descriptive statistics: mean, median, mode, and range. This resource includes doodle notes for vocabulary and practice problems, and then asks students to dig into the data to create a poster for a data gallery walk about "their" student's test scores. The lesson ends with comparison contrasts among the fake students, and an option for a whole class critical discussion or independent questions to answer.
This resource includes concepts, essential questions, learning targets, agendas, easy to print resources, and sample answers for the gallery walk.
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