## All Inference and Prediction

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### Inferring by "reading between the lines"

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Inferences

Objective: Students will be able to create logical inferences based on lines that are directly stated in a story.

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### Connecting Inferences with Characters Actions

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Inferences

Objective: Students will be able to understand characters’ actions by asking, “Why did he or she do that?” and coming up with reasonable explanations and infere…

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### Inferences based on Characters

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Inferences

Objective: Students will be able to make an inference based on a character.

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### Inferences based on Pictures

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Inferences

Objective: Students will be able to make inferences based on pictures.

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### Day 2 - Likely and Unlikely

Paul Hobson from King-chavez Arts Academy

Location: Probability

Objective: Students will describe probability outcomes using likely and unlikely. Students will create and predict probability color spinners.

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### Day 1 - Intro - Impossible to Certain

Paul Hobson from King-chavez Arts Academy

Location: Probability

Objective: Students wil describe impossible and certain events. Students will predict outcomes of a simple spinner activity.

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### Bell-Shaped Distributions and the Normal Model

Algebra II » Unit: Statistics: Single-Variable
Algebra II » Unit: Statistics: Single-Variable
Ipswich, MA
Environment: Suburban
Big Idea: For mound-shaped, symmetric distributions, the Normal Model is a good approximation. Applying the normal model allows us to predict population percentages and percentile values using the Empirical Rule.
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• Middle School (5-8)
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### Analyzing Statistical Measures

Kaiulani Ivory Akpan from Eliot Hine Middle School

Location: Data Analysis/Statistics

Objective: SWBAT analyze how changes in a data set affect the measures of central tendency in that data set.

• Middle School (5-8)
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### Perspective and Point of View

Adriana Allen from Charles A Tindley Accelerated School

Objective: 1. Analyze a situation from different perspectives 2. Describe the similarities and differences between each perspective 3. Write a story from a spe…

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### Thirteen Colonies

Adriana Allen from Charles A Tindley Accelerated School

Objective: 1. Describe the characteristics of the Thirteen Colonies.

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### American Revolution

Adriana Allen from Charles A Tindley Accelerated School

Objective: 1. Identify the key figures and events of the American Revolution. 2. Analyze the roles of African American in the American Revolution.

• Lower Elementary (K-2)
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### Day 3 - Even Chance and Dice Race

Paul Hobson from King-chavez Arts Academy

Location: Probability

Objective: Students will conduct a simple probability experiment using dice. Students will collect and record data and predict results of a 2nd experiment.

• Lower Elementary (K-2)
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### Slavery in the Thirteen Colonies

Adriana Allen from Charles A Tindley Accelerated School

Objective: Describe the living and working conditions of many African Americans living in the Thirteen Colonies.

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Adriana Allen from Charles A Tindley Accelerated School

Objective: 1. Describe the major events that led to the American Revolution.

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