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     WEEK 2 : Wednesday March 25-26th Assignment

    Standard: MGSE7.SP.3 Informally assess the degree of visual overlap of two numerical data distributions with similar variabilities, measuring the difference between the medians by expressing it as a multiple of the interquartile range.

     

    Standard Learning Target: I can make box plots (box and whisker) and draw inferences about populations based on displayed data.

     

    Vocabulary: Create a Google slides presentation for each word below.
    Each word should have a definition that you understand and picture example (graded)

    • Box Plot (Box – and – Whisker)
    • Quartile
    • Minimum (Lower Extreme)
    • Maximum (Upper Quartile)
    • Lower Quartile ( 1st Quartile)
    • Median (2nd Quartile)
    • Upper Quartile (3rd Quartile)
    • Interquartile Range

    Opening:

    1. Video on how to create Box Plots
    2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkI-HeMiKzQ&feature=emb_rel_pause
    3. Step by Step PowerPoint on the 5 numbers you need to create a box plot

     
    Agenda:

    1. Practice 5 Number Summaries: Use the Attacked worksheet to see if you can get the five numbers needed to create a box plot Answers included
    2. IXL- Complete the following IXL standards to help you understand box plots stop at atleast 75% accuracy


    CC.6 –Quartiles (Graded)

    BB.16 – Interpert Box

    3. Go to the HMH Core Resource online here you have two task assigned

    Logging into HMH:

    1. Log into Launchpad (Access via https://launchpad.classlink.com/henry)
    2. Scroll until you see DISTRICT RESOURCE HMH.
    3. Click on DISTRICT RESOURCE HMH.
    4. Once logged in click ASSIGNMENTS:
    • Step it out
    • Learn the Math
    • Do the Math

    GRADES THIS WEEK: VOCABULARY PRESENTATION,  CC.6- Quartiles

     

     

     

    Wednesday March 16th-17th Assignment
    Standard: 7.SP.A.2 —
    Use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristic of interest. Generate multiple samples (or simulated samples) of the same size to gauge the variation in estimates or predictions.

    Learning Target: : I can use proportional reasoning to make inferences about populations based on the results of a random sample.

    Opening:

    Watch the following video and take notes: (may have to copy and paste link)
    Check out 2.2 Making Inferences from Data:
    https://www.schooltube.com/embed_force/002413ceaf67400baf52/

    Agenda:


    1. Go to the HMH Core Resource online here you have two task assigned
    *Learn the math- step by step help on how to set up proportions to draw inferences
    *Do the Math- quiz yourself on how to use proportions to draw inferences

    2. Additional Practice : use the powerpoint attached for more examples of sample questions. the answers will be on the last slide. How well did you do?

    3. IXL- Complete the following IXL standards to help you with the presents skill of using proportions to make inferences at at least 75% accuracy
    J.11 Solve proportions
    J. 12 Solve proportions: word problems
    J.13 Estimate population size using proportions

    Assessment:
    1. Illuminate Assessment
    Access Code:
    KKT2MYN

     

    Complete Lesson Plan Week 1