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Stats: Modeling the World, 2nd Ed.; Bock, Velleman, DeVeaux; Key Curriculum Press Michelle Krummel, Syllabus 2007-2008 Chapter Special in Text Date Day Student Outcomes Topics Homework Students will familiarize themselves Parent Signatures Introductions 8/27 Mon with classroom expectations and Collect a sample of data. Describe Course Overview & Handouts procedures. the data in a well-written paragraph. Students will collect, organize, 8/28 Tue 1, 2 display, and analyze a set of WKS: The Great M&M Experiment Class Survey experimental data. Students will describe a set of experimental data and distinguish TI-83: Working with Data (refer to Read Chapters 1&2; 8/29 Wed 1, 2 between categorical and quantitative chapter outline) Chapter 1&2 Outlines variables. Drill: p.17 #15 Students will describe a set of Notes: Categorical vs. Quantitative experimental data and distinguish 8/30 Thu 2 Data p.16-17 #5, 8, 23 between categorical and quantitative Research Questions & Meaningful variables. Data Students will choose an appropriate Drill: The W's of Data p.17 #12 Read Chapter 3; 9/4 Tue 2 display for a given set of categorical Quiz: Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Outline data. Students will choose an appropriate Drill: p.36 #5 p.16-17 #7, 10; 9/5 Wed 3 display for a given set of categorical Notes: frequency tables, bar charts, p.36-37 #9, 14 data. pie charts, contingency tables Drill: p.38 #16 Students will examine the conditional Notes: conditional distributions, Research Question #1 9/6 Thu 3 distribution for a given set of segmented bar charts, Simpson's p.36 #1, 2, 3, or 4; categorical data. Paradox Students will examine the conditional Drill: p.40 #27 9/7 Fri 3 distribution for a given set of p.39 #22, 25, 26, 31 WKS: Smoking and Education categorical data. Students will describe patterns found Drill: p.39 #24 Read Chapter 4 p.45-55; 9/10 Mon 3 in a contingency table and associated Quiz: Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Outline #1-10; displays of conditional distributions. Crossword Puzzle 1-3 Students will describe patterns found Drill: p.65 #8 9/11 Tue 4 in a contingency table and associated p.65 #3, 6, 14, 25, 27 WKS: Race and the Death Penalty displays of conditional distributions. Students will choose an appropriate Drill: p.43 #38 Research Question #2 9/12 Wed 4 display for a given set of quantitative Notes: histograms, stem-and-leaf Read Chapter 4 p.55-61; data. displays, dotplots Chapter 4 Outline #11-12; Students will choose an appropriate Drill: p.65 #4 9/14 Fri 4 display for a given set of quantitative Notes: comparing distributions, re- p.67 #22, 30, 31, 32, 39, 41 data. expressing data Stats: Modeling the World, 2nd Ed.; Bock, Velleman, DeVeaux; Key Curriculum Press Michelle Krummel, Syllabus 2007-2008 Chapter Special in Text Date Day Student Outcomes Topics Homework Drill: p.65 #7, 8 Students will compare distributions of Excel: segmented bar charts, pie Read Chapter 5; 9/17 Mon 4 two sets of quantitative data. charts Chapter 5 Outline; Fathom: histograms, dotplots Students will compare distributions of Drill: p.68 #29 p.91 #3, 5 9/18 Tue 4 two sets of quantitative data. WKS: Dollars for Students Crossword Puzzle Students will use shape and numerical Drill: p.91 #4 9/19 Wed 5 measures of center and spread to Notes: numeric summaries of center p.91 #8, 9, 16, 22 describe a distribution. and spread, boxplots Students will use shape and numerical 9/20 Thu 5 measures of center and spread to p.94 #23, 27, 28, 29, 32, 46, 47 Crossword Puzzle describe a distribution. Research Question #3 Students will compare distributions Drill: Mooseburgers & McTofu 9/21 Fri 5 Read Chapter 6 p.102-107; using modified boxplots. WKS: Auto Safety Chapter 6 Outline #1-8; Students will compare distributions Drill: p.96 #33 p.123 #1, 3, 5, 7, 15 9/24 Mon 5 using modified boxplots. Quiz: Chapter 5 AP 2002B #5 Students will compare values from Drill: p.99 #46 Read Chapter 6 p.107-121; 9/25 Tue 6 different distributions using their z - Notes: z-scores, Normal Models Chapter Outline #9-18; scores. Students will compare values from Drill: p.123 #4 9/26 Wed 6 different distributions using their z - p.123 #17, 23, 27, 29, 31, 39, 43 WKS: 68-95-99.7 Rule scores. Students will find the percent of Drill: p.124 #8 Research Question #4 9/27 Thu 6 observations falling below any value WKS: Normal Percentiles p.126 #30, 32, 41, 44 in a Normal model. Students will find the percent of Drill: p.124 #10 AP 2001A #1; 9/28 Fri 6 observations falling below any value Activity: M&M Distributions AP 2000A #3 in a Normal model. Stats: Modeling the World, 2nd Ed.; Bock, Velleman, DeVeaux; Key Curriculum Press Michelle Krummel, Syllabus 2007-2008 Outcome Question Stats: Modeling the World, 2nd Ed.; Bock, Velleman, DeVeaux; Key Curriculum Press Michelle Krummel, Syllabus 2007-2008 Outcome Question Stats Modeling the World: Bock, Velleman, De Veaux Syllabus 2006-2007 Number Chapter in Text A-Day Day Student Outcomes Topics Homework Introductions Parent Signatures; Students will collect, organize, display, 8/28 M 1 1, 2 WKS: The Great M&M Experiment Collect a sample of data. Describe the data in and analyze a set of experimental data. Course Overview & Handouts a well-written paragraph. Textbook Issue Students will describe a set of Class Survey Read Chapters 1 & 2; experimental data and distinguish 8/30 W 2 1, 2 TI-83: Working with Data (see outline) Chapter 1 & 2 Outlines; between categorical and quantitative Research Questions & Meaningful Data p.16 #5, 8 variables. Turn In: Describe Class Survey Data Drill: The W's of Data p.17 #12 Read Chapter 3; Students will choose an appropriate Quiz: Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Outline; 9/5 T 3 2 display for a given set of categorical data. Notes: frequency tables, bar charts, pie charts, p.16-17 #7, 10; contingency tables p.36-37 #9, 14 Drill: Contingency Tables Students will examine the conditional Research Question #1 Notes: conditional distributions, segmented bar charts, 9/7 TH 4 3 distribution for a given set of categorical p.36 #1, 2, 3, or 4; Simpson's Paradox data. p.39 #22, 25, 26, 31 WKS: Smoking and Education Finish WKS; Students will describe patterns found in a Drill: Conditional Distributions p.39 #24 Read Chapter 4 p.45-55; 9/11 M 5 3 contingency table and associated displays Quiz: Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Outline #1-10; of conditional distributions. WKS: Race and the Death Penalty p.65 #3, 6, 14, 25, 27 Research Question #2 Students will choose an appropriate Drill: Simpson's Paradox p.43 #38 Read Chapter 4 p.55-61; 9/14 TH 6 4 display for a given set of quantitative Notes: histograms, stem-and-leaf displays, dotplots, Chapter 4 Outline #11-12; data. comparing distributions, re-expressing data p.67 #22, 30, 31, 32, 39, 41 Drill: Describing Distributions p.65 #3, 4, 7, 8 Read Chapter 5; Students will compare distributions of two Excel: segmented bar charts, pie charts 9/18 M 7 4 Chapter 5 Outline; sets of quantitative data. Fathom: histograms, dotplots p.91 #3, 5 WKS: Dollars for Students Drill: Numeric Summaries of Data p.91 #4 Students will use shape and numerical Notes: numeric summaries of center and spread, 9/20 W 8 5 measures of center and spread to p.94 #23, 27, 28, 29, 32, 46, 47 boxplots describe a distribution. p.91 #8, 9, 16, 22 Research Question #3 Drill: Mooseburgers & McTofu Finish WKS; Students will compare distributions using 9/22 F 9 5 Quiz: Chapter 5 Read Chapter 6 p.102-107; modified boxplots. WKS: Auto Safety Chapter 6 Outline #1-8; p.123 #1, 3, 5, 7, 15 Students will compare values from Drill: p.99 #46 Read Chapter 6 p.107-121; 9/26 T 10 6 different distributions using their z - Notes: z-scores, Normal Models Chapter Outline #9-18; scores. WKS: 68-95-99.7 Rule p.123 #17, 23, 27, 29, 31, 39, 43 Students will find the percent of Drill: p.124 #8 Research Question #4 9/28 TH 11 6 observations falling below any value in a WKS: Normal Percentiles p.126 #30, 32, 41, 44 Normal model. Activity: M&M Distributions A.P. Statistics Textbook: The Practice of Statistics Yates, Moore, McCabe Syllabus 2002-2003 Covered Section A-Day Pages B-Day Day Topics Agenda pulse rate and ice cream preference data; quantitative and categorical variables; Opening Day Handouts 8/28 8/29 histograms; Pulse Rate/Ice Cream W TH 1 1.1 The Cartoon Guide to Statistics pp.1-6 4-8 Preference Data dotplots; histograms (classes, frequency, range, center, spread, outliers, shape); stemplots (split 8/30 9/3 stems, back-to-back stems) Notes 1.1 F T 2 1.1 The Cartoon Guide to Statistics pp.7-13 9-22 Review Homework mean; median; spread; five-number summary; Quiz 1.1 9/4 9/5 boxplots; standard deviation; variance Notes 1.2 W TH 3 1.2 The Cartoon Guide to Statistics pp.14-23 30-46 Review Homework Quiz 1.2 Review Quizzes 9/6 9/9 Review Chapter Outline F M 4 chapter review Review Homework 9/11 9/12 Chapter Review W TH 5 TEST 1: Examining Distributions Test Chapter 1 9/13 9/16 density curves; normal distribution, 68-95-99.7 Notes 2.1 F M 6 2.1 rule; percentiles 66-77 Review Homework standard normal calculations; assessing Quiz 2.1 9/17 9/18 normality; normal probability plot Notes 2.2 T W 7 2.2 The Cartoon Guide to Statistics pp.24-26 83-96 Review Homework Quiz 2.2 Review Quizzes 9/19 9/20 Review Chapter Outline TH F 8 chapter review Review Homework 9/23 9/24 Chapter Review M T 9 TEST 2: The Normal Distributions Test Chapter 2 Notes 3.1 9/25 9/26 response and explanatory variables; Review Homework W TH 10 3.1 scatterplots; positive/negative/no association 106-120 #13, 15, 17 A.P. Statistics Textbook: The Practice of Statistics Yates, Moore, McCabe Syllabus 2002-2003 Covered Section A-Day Pages B-Day Day Topics Agenda Quiz 3.1 9/27 9/30 128-133 Notes 3.2 F M 11 3.2 correlation; least-squares regression 137-142 Review Homework A.P. Statistics Textbook: The Practice of Statistics Yates, Moore, McCabe Syllabus 2002-2003 Homework Read pp. 4-8 Exercises #1-3 Chapter Outline 1.1 #1-7 Read pp. 30-46 Exercises #24a-b, 27, 29, 30, 32 Chapter Outline 1.1 #8-19 Chapter Outline 1.2 Finish Chapter Outlines 1.1 & 1.2 Exercises #39, 41, 43, 45 Begin Chapter Review Study for Test (Chapter Outlines, Chapter Review, Quizzes) Review #1 due next class Read pp. 66-77 Exercises #1-6 Chapter Outline 2.1 Exercises #12, 13, 17 Read pp. 83-97 Exercises #20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28, 34, 35 Chapter Outline 2.2 Exercises #26, 30, 31, 32, 33 Begin Chapter Review Study for Test (Chapter Outlines, Chapter Review, Quizzes) Read pp. 106-120 Exercises #1-5 (graph on calculator), 7-9 Chapter Outline 3.1 Read pp. 128-133, 137-142 Exercises #18a, 20-24, 28, 30, 31 Chapter Outline 3.2 A.P. Statistics Textbook: The Practice of Statistics Yates, Moore, McCabe Syllabus 2002-2003 Homework Read pp. 144-159 Exercises #36, 38-41 Chapter Outline 3.3