## Reflection: Routines and Procedures Introduction to bivariate data - Section 1: Warm Up

I feel that a key to my approach to Warm Ups is that one of the problems is selected so that that nearly every student can be successful at. Then, I include 1-2 problems that push my students' thinking to illuminate something new.  The first task allows kids to feel immediate success at the lesson’s outset. The second task pushes kids to think more deeply about mathematics.

It is incredibly important that warm-ups do NOT take up more than 10 minutes.  OK, maybe 11 minutes.  But that’s it. Seriously… an opening routine that goes long is the Achilles heel of many lessons, and being smart about how much time to spend here is critical.

Key to Effective Warmups
Routines and Procedures: Key to Effective Warmups

# Introduction to bivariate data

Unit 9: PATTERNS OF ASSOCIATION IN BIVARIATE DATA
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## Big Idea: Introduce the idea of bivariate data with real-life connections.

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Math, Data Analysis and Probability, Graphing (Algebra), Interpretation of Data, smartboard, correlation, scatterplot, covariation, pattern
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