Date 
Learning Objectives 
Class Activities/Resources 
Assignment 
Monday, 8/27/18 

9th grade orientation (no class)


Tuesday, 8/28/18 
n/a 
Students filled out an Introduction Questionaire
The rest of class was dedicated to reviewing the syllabus. Here are some slides that were shown.

Bring a pencil, notebook paper, graph paper, the course textbook, and a graphing calculator to class every day 
Wednesday, 8/29/18 
I can appreciate the importance of keeping in mind the context that a statistic is being applied to when choosing an appropriate statistic to use

Our class began Topic 2: Descriptive Statistics
Introduction to statistics notes

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Thursday, 8/30/18 
I can classify a variables' data as either categorical, quantitative discrete, or quantitative continuous

6A Notes
Periods 2 and 3 students had the opportunity to sign up for the concurrent enrollment option through MCTC

6A (p. 160) #1efghijklm, 2efghijklm
(key is found in the back of the book)

Friday, 8/31/18 
I can be critical of statistical claims based on whether data used to formulate statistics is imperfect in some way

HW SelfAssessment #1
Discussed Star Tribune Article about MCA Results
In Periods 1 and 2, we started Section 6B notes, but did not finish...we'll continue this section next Tuesday

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Monday, 9/3/18 

Labor Day (no school) 

Tuesday, 9/4/18 
I can represent quantitative discrete data in a frequency table, a column graph, and a dot plot;
I can calculate the relative frequency of a discrete data value in a data set;
I can describe the shape of quantitative discrete data as symmetric, negatively skewed, or positively skewed, as well as determine the presence of any outliers

6B Notes (Period 1)
6B Notes (Period 2)
6B Notes (Period 3)

6B (p. 165) #2  4
(6B HW Solutions)

Wednesday, 9/5/18 
I can construct frequency tables and column graphs for grouped quantitative discrete data
I can construct frequenct tables and histograms for quantitative continuous data

6C and 6D Notes

6C (p. 166167) #1, 2
and
6D (p. 168 169) #1, 2, 4
(6C and 6D HW Solutions)

Thursday, 9/6/18 
I can solve problems about measures of center (mean, median, and mode);
I can use my graphing calculator to make a frequency table, and then find the mean and median of the data set represented in the frequency table. 
6E.1 Notes 
6E.1 (p. 172  174) #1, 2, 9, 12, 14
6E.1 HW Solutions

Friday, 9/7/18 
I can determine in which contexts it is most appropriate to use mean verses median verses mode to measure the center of a data set. 
HW SelfAssessment #2
Students had time to finish four classwork problems that they started in class on Thursday, 9/6. After turning in their homework for the week, students worked on the 6E.2 Packet






Monday, 9/10/18 
I can find the mean, median, and mode of a data set that is represented by a frequency table, and in the case of grouped data, in a grouped frequency table;
I can find the mean and median of a data set using technology 
Discussed the 6E.2 Packet
6E.3 and 6E.4 Notes

WS 6A  6E.4

Tuesday, 9/11/18 

Quiz 6A  6E


Wednesday, 9/12/18 
I can determine the five statistic summary for any data set;
I can determine the range and interquartile range of a data set. In addition, I use these to describe the spread of a distribution knowing the limitations of each of these measurements. 
6F Notes (Period 1)
6F Notes (Period 2)
6F Notes (Period 3)

6F (p. 184) #1ab, 2, 4
6F Solutions

Thursday, 9/13/18 
I can create box plots and parallel boxplots using 5 statistic summaries, and then use the boxplots to interpret (and compare) data sets' centers and spreads 
6G Notes 
6G.1 (p. 188) #2, 5
and
6G.2 (p. 190  191) #13
6G Solutions

Friday, 9/14/18 
I can construct a cumulative frequency tables and graphs, which I can interpret to find median and quartile values, as well as values that correspond to percentages 
6H Notes
HW SelfAssessment #3

6H (p. 195196) #1, 2, 4, 5
Complete #1 and #4 on IB Graph Paper
6H Solutions





Monday, 9/17/18 
I can interpret cumulative frequency graphs to find median and quartile values, percentile values, as well as values that correspond to percentages 
Students worked in pairs to complete 6H WS
(Solutions to 6H WS)

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Tuesday, 9/18/18 
I can calculate the standard deviation of a data set by hand
I can compare means and standard deviations for data sets to describe how they compare

6I.1 Notes 
6I.1 (p. 199200) #4, 5
6I.1 Solutions

Wednesday, 9/19/18 
review day 
Students were given the entire period to work on the Chapter 6 Review Packet. At this point, they can solve each question except for the #10(part c)
Chapter 6 Review Solutions

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Thursday, 9/20/18 
I can approximate the mean and standard deviation for grouped data;
I can identify how to find the mean and standard deviation on a graphing calculator;
I can compare the spreads of two data sets represented in various graphical forms to determine which has the larger standard deviation. 
6I.2 and 6I.3 Notes 
6I.2 (p. 201202) #3, 6, 7
and
6I.3 (p. 203) #1, 2 
Friday, 9/21/18 
review day 
Students were able to checkout textbooks from the media center.
Finished up discussing the examples on the printout with the 6I.2 and 6I.3 Notes
HW SelfAssessment #4

finish the review packet, if yet to do so 




Monday, 9/24/18 

Chapter 6 Test 

Tuesday, 9/25/18 
I can solve normal distribution problems using the 68%95%99.7% Rule 
Unit 4 Assignment Sheet
10A Notes

10A (p. 303304) #25, 7, 9
10A Solutions

Wednesday, 9/26/18 
I can use my graphing calculator to find the probability of a data value in a given data set (with mean and standard deviation provided) belonging within a range of values 
10B Notes 
10B (p. 307) #2, 4, 5, 7, 8
10B Solutions

Thursday, 9/27/18 
I can use the inverse normal function on my calculator to find the kvalue with a proportion p of the area to its left 
10C Notes 
10C (p. 309310) #1, 36, 8
10C Solutions

Friday, 9/28/18 
review day 
HW SelfAssessment #5
Students had time to work on a Chapter 10 Review Packet.

Chapter 10 (10A10C) Review Packet
Key





Monday, 10/1/18 
review day 
Optional: Age of Presidents WS 
Chapter 10 (10A10C) Review Packet
Key

Tuesday, 10/2/18 
quiz day 
Period 1
Reviewed for Ch. 10 Quiz
Periods 2 and 3
Chapter 10 Quiz

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Wednesday, 10/3/18 
n/a 
Period 1
Chapter 10 Quiz
Period 2
no class (assembly)
Period 3
Watched a video about Data Visualization

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Thursday, 10/4/18 
I can distinguish correlation from causation;
I can classify a correlation as positive or negative, as well as strong, moderate, or weak 
11A Notes 
11A (p. 319) #1, 3, 4, 5, 6
11A Solutions

Friday, 10/5/18 
n/a

Students who registered for the concurrent enrollment option took the Accuplacer exam with Ms. Ledman in the media center computer lab.
As a result of a large number of students not being in class, HW SelfAssessment #6 will be submitted on Monday, 10/8/18
Periods 1 and 3
Observational Studies and Experiments Notes
Period 2
Watched a video about Data Visualization

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Monday, 10/8/18 
I can determine the Pearson ProductMoment Correlation Coefficient, r, both by hand and using a calculator;
I can find the coefficient of determination, rsquared, and interpret its meaning by completing the statement, ___% of the variation in dependent variable can be explained by the variation in independent variable.

11B Notes
HW SelfAssessment #6

11B.1 (p. 322324) #1, 2, 6
11B.3 (p. 327) #2, 3
11B Solutions

Tuesday, 10/9/18 
I can draw a line of best fit by eye, and use a calculator to write a leastsquares regression line equation for 2variable data that has a moderate to strong correlation 
11C Notes 
11C (p. 330) #3
11C Solutions

Wednesday, 10/10/18 
I can use a calculator to write a leastsquares regression line equation for 2variable data that has a moderate to strong correlation 
11D Notes 
11D (p. 332333) #1, 2, 3
11D Solutions

Thursday, 10/11/18 
I can find the Pearson ProductMoment Correlation Coefficient, r, using Microsoft Excel 
Late Start Day
Students will calculate the Pearson ProductMoment Correlation Coefficient, r, using a spreadsheet
Correlation Excel Document
Correlation Sheets Document

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Friday, 10/12/18 
review day 
HW SelfAssessment #7
Students had time to work on the review packet for the upcoming quiz

11A – 11D Review Packet
Review Packet Solutions





Monday, 10/15/18 
review day 
Review Notes
Students investigated the SSA's life table

study for quiz 
Tuesday, 10/16/18 
quiz day 
Quiz 11A  11D 
none 
Wednesday, 10/17/18 

no school
(ParentTeacher Conferences)


Thursday, 10/18/18 

no school
(MEA Break)


Friday, 10/19/18 

no school
(MEA Break)






Monday, 10/22/18 
I can calculate a ChiSquared Statistic for a sample of data by formula and by using technology 
11E.1 Notes (Period 1)
11E.1 Notes (Period 2)
11E.1 Notes (Period 3)

11E.1 (p. 336337) #1bd, 2, 3abc
11E.1 Solutions

Tuesday, 10/23/18 
I can conduct a ChiSquare Test on categorical variables to determine whether they are independent 
11E.2 Notes 
WS 11E.2
WS 11E.2 Solutions

Wednesday, 10/24/18 
I can handle limitations of the ChiSquared Test, such as by ensuring that contingency tables are constructed so there are no expected frequencies less than 5, or by using the Yates’ continuity correction when df = 1 
11E.3 and 11E.4 Notes

11E.3 (p. 343) #1, 2
and
11E.4 (p. 344) #1
11E.3/11E.4 Solutions

Thursday, 10/25/18 
I can calculate a ChiSquare statistic using Microsoft Excel 
Students will calculate a ChiSquare statistic using a spreadsheet
ChiSquare Excel Document
ChiSquare Sheets Document

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Friday, 10/26/18 
review day 
HW SelfAssessment #9
Students had time in class to work on the Chapter 11 Review Packet
Ms. Ledman visited our class to help students sign up for the IB exam

Chapter 11 Review Packet





Monday, 10/29/18 
review day 
Review Notes

study for test 
Tueday, 10/30/18 
test day 
Chapter 11 Test 
none 
Wednesday, 10/31/18 
n/a 
Students tried a data collection activity to get an idea of something that could be used to collect data for the IB Internal Assessment, which our class will be starting next week.
Activitiy: Is there a correlation between ones' estimation number sense and their computational abilities?
End of Quarter 1

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