Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Deal or No Deal!? - Section 2: Game On!

 

Can't come up with multiple sets of the Deal or No Deal board game? A link to an online version of Deal or No Deal has been provided for you to utilize.  You may even find this game to be more efficient than distributing the board game itself.  In my experience, if you do run the online version of the game, I would recommend distributing the link to the students while you play the opening video of the lesson.  This will save time if your school has a slower than average network connection.  The Deal or No Deal game is NOT compatible with the iPad, however.

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Deal or No Deal!?

Unit 10: Probability
Lesson 2 of 12

Objective: The students will be able to calculate probabilities and explain the difference between experimental and theoretical probability.

Big Idea: It's fun! It's energy! It's MATH! ...Probability in the "Deal or No Deal!?" Game

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Math, Probability (Math / Data Analysis), Algebra II, master teacher project
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