Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Honors: Working With Samples
This lesson is intended for Algebra 2 Honors students with a general knowledge of simple probability. It is the third lesson of a five-topic unit on DATA ANALYSIS & STATISTICS.
The file includes everything you need to teach the lesson:
* Two options of an 8-page Bound-Book Dinah Zike Foldable*, used with permission
* Smart Notebook 11 Lesson Presentation
* Homework assignment
* Two forms of a Daily Quiz to help your students succeed
* Answer keys and directions
Students will estimate population means and proportions, develop margin of error, determine bias and reliability of samples and categorize types of sampling from different scenarios.
The unit includes the following topics:
1) Measures of Central Tendency
2) Analyzing Data
3) Working With Samples
4) Binomial Distributions
5) Normal Distributions
You need Smart Notebook software to run the presentation.
It can be displayed through the software and a projector. If you don't have a SmartBoard, you can also use an IPAD App , such as SplashTop, to remotely write on the presentation. You can also use Smart Notebook Express
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