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```									Stats: Modeling the World, 2nd Ed.; Bock, Velleman, DeVeaux; Key Curriculum Press                                                          Michelle Krummel, Syllabus 2007-2008

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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.
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
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

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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

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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;
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
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
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
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

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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

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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

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Exercises #1-3
Chapter Outline 1.1 #1-7
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
Exercises #1-6
Chapter Outline 2.1
Exercises #12, 13, 17
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)
Exercises #1-5 (graph on calculator), 7-9
Chapter Outline 3.1
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

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