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- HSS-ID.B.5Summarize categorical data for two categories in two-way frequency tables. Interpret relative frequencies in the context of the data (including joint, marginal, and conditional relative frequencies). Recognize possible associations and trends in the data.
- HSS-ID.B.6Represent data on two quantitative variables on a scatter plot, and describe how the variables are related.*

Got Ups? A Statistics Unit Task

Algebra I

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Modeling With Statistics

Big Idea:Students are able to demonstrate all that they have learned throughout the statistics unit in this open-ended performance task.

Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 4

12th Grade Math

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Statistics: Bivariate Data

Big Idea:Digging in world trade data opens up all sorts of opportunities to discuss some big ideas - and some big numbers - with students.

Bivariate Data, Background Knowledge, and the Beginning of the Stuff Project

12th Grade Math

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Statistics: Bivariate Data

Big Idea:All parts of today's lesson involve the analysis, discussion, and collection of real data from inside and outside the walls of this classroom.

Creating Two-Way Tables

Algebra I

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Modeling With Statistics

Big Idea:Students collect qualitative data in real-time, construct and analyze a two-way table, then make a generalization to a larger population.

What's this table saying?

Algebra I

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Modeling With Statistics

Big Idea:In this lesson students make conjectures about the meaning of a two-way frequency table, test their conjectures, and support their findings mathematically.

Our City Statistics Project and Assessment

Algebra I

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Our City Statistics: Who We Are and Where We are Going

Big Idea:Students demonstrate interpersonal and data literacy skills as use statistics to learn about their community.

More with Conditional, Joint, and Marginal Frequencies

Algebra I

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Modeling With Statistics

Big Idea:Students love to talk about what they like and don’t like. This lesson harnesses that interest and challenges students to organize data into a graphical display.

What's the Frequency Kenneth? Summarizing Data with Frequency Tables

Algebra I

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Our City Statistics: Who We Are and Where We are Going

Big Idea:Students will answer REM’s question by creating and interpreting frequency tables as another tool to organize and understand data!

Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 2: Organizing Data

Algebra I

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Statistics

Big Idea:What are some differences between summarizing quantitative data and summarizing qualitative data?

Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 3: Two Way Frequency Tables

Algebra I

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Statistics

Big Idea:Sometimes, we have to get our hands dirty if we want to learn to use a new tool. Today, students dig into their data in order to come up with a neat two-way frequency table.

Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 4: U.S. Trade Data

Algebra I

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Statistics

Big Idea:Big numbers open students up to the bigness of the world.

Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 5

Algebra I

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Statistics

Big Idea:By working with percentages and very large amounts of money, students are also able to construct their own understanding of significant digits.

Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 2

12th Grade Math

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Statistics: Bivariate Data

Big Idea:We build a class-sized data set that begins to help us answer the question: where does our stuff come from?

Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 3

12th Grade Math

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Statistics: Bivariate Data

Big Idea:Sometimes we can analyze patterns by examining the relationships between quantities. Other times, a world map infographic might serve the same purpose. So what happens when we do both?

HSS-ID.B.5

Summarize categorical data for two categories in two-way frequency tables. Interpret relative frequencies in the context of the data (including joint, marginal, and conditional relative frequencies). Recognize possible associations and trends in the data.

HSS-ID.B.6

Represent data on two quantitative variables on a scatter plot, and describe how the variables are related.*