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Unit Project Research with Statistics

# Unit Project Research with Statistics

Unit 5: Functions

Lesson 30 of 30

Lesson 30 of 30

## Objective: SWBAT apply statistics and sampling to real world situations to understand their importance and use in the real world

## Big Idea: Challenge students with a multi-disciplinary unit project that will both engage students in math and improve their writing skills.

Subject(s):

Math, Algebra, Statistics, Statistical methods, correlation, scatterplot, Project Based Learning, hands on learning, unit project, master teacher, cross discipline

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The following website is a wonderful about 90 page resource for helping students create a research project. This website is earth science focused in content but I was still able to use and adapt it to my social studies research project by using the following pages: 14 - 20 and 27 - 32, 40 and 41, 45 - 56, 63 and 64, 71 - 73.

website: http://www.esf.edu/outreach/sciencecorps/documents/ResearchGuide_NSFGK12.pdf

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