Statistical Questions are typically how we introduce students to the study of statistics. These lessons focus on will a question produce a variety of answer choices and how those answers look on a graph.
Frayer Diagram-This lesson starts with a frayer diagram. This allows you to introduce the topic. Let students try to ask a question that produces a variety of answer choices.
Statistical Question Sort-This is to give students an opportunity to try this on their own. This could be a cut/paste activity that will get your students talking or laminate the cards and sort them on the mat! Enjoy!
Next students will match survey questions to a graph. This is a commonly tested skill.
Lastly students can complete 1 of 4 different differentiated activities (individually or in groups to add rigor to the lesson.