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Unit Assessment: One-Variable Statistics - Section 1: Unit Assessment: One Variable Statistics

Statistics presents numerous opportunities for students to self-direct and pursue mathematics that is interesting to them. Several websites like Statistic Brain (http://www.statisticbrain.com/) are clearinghouses for statistical data presented as lists of fun and interesting facts. Encourage students to explore some links that interest them and ask a statistical question. They can use the time after the unit test to research and identify something that is personally intriguing to them. Then you can either create an assignment or offer extra credit for a poster project that uses the skills learned in class to present, analyze, and answer their own statistical questions. Just make sure you require them have their questions pre-approved by you!

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# Unit Assessment: One-Variable Statistics

Lesson 13 of 13

## Objective: SWBAT demonstrate the ability to describe one-variable data sets, apply the normal model, simulation to establish statistical significance, and develop a confidence interval using repeated sampling.

*90 minutes*

Students will use this period to complete Univariate Data Test. This assessment does not have a "non-calculator" page. Although most of my assessments require some hand calculations, this is not the focus of our statistics unit.

Students will have the entire period to complete this test.

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- LESSON 1: Introduction to Statistics
- LESSON 2: Looking at One-Variable Data Sets
- LESSON 3: Describing Single-Variable Data Sets
- LESSON 4: One-Variable Distribution Activity
- LESSON 5: Bell-Shaped Distributions and the Normal Model
- LESSON 6: Quiz on Distributions and the Empirical Rule
- LESSON 7: Using Technology with Normal Model
- LESSON 8: Assessing Statistical Significance DAY 1
- LESSON 9: Assessing Statistical Significance DAY 2
- LESSON 10: Developing Confidence Intervals DAY 1
- LESSON 11: Developing Confidence Intervals DAY 2
- LESSON 12: Review of One-Variable Statistics
- LESSON 13: Unit Assessment: One-Variable Statistics