Measurement, Data, Statistics, and Probability C & D This is an introductory lesson with accompanying student handouts that introduces the measures of central tendency: mean, median, and mode.
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Algebra
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 Level B https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/algebraicthinkinglevelb/
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 Level D https://www.vaccrsframeworks.org/math/algebraicthinkingleveld/
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Geometry
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Measurement and Data
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Number Sense
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Measurement and Data Level D
 Mastery of Level C
 Interpreting Numerical Data
Students will be able to: Summarize numerical data the number of observations, how it was measured, and units of measure
 Describing Distributions
Students will be able to: Identify mean, median, range, mode, and patterns in data
 Explain variability within a data set
 Explain how choice of central measure affects the shape of data distribution
 Applying Statistics and Sampling
Students will be able to: Demonstrate understanding of the concepts of sampling
 Draw inferences about a population based on random sampling
 Analyzing Comparative Data
Students will be able to: Make comparisons between two populations
 Apply understanding of statistical variability to identify overlapping data in different data sets
 Understanding Probability
Students will be able to: Demonstrate understanding of probability as the likelihood of an event occurring
 Predict the likelihood of an event occurring given information about the event
 Predict the likelihood of an event occurring at the same time as another event
 Investigate the correlation of events or data by comparing their relationships visually
 Use algebraic thinking skills to solve problems involving the comparison of bivariate data, through interpreting slope and intercept
 Construct and interpret scatter plots for bivariate measurement data to investigate patterns of association between two quantities