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# Review of One-Variable Statistics

Lesson 12 of 13

## Objective: SWBAT begin pulling together everything they have learned so far about one-variable statistics in preparation for tomorrow's unit test.

## Big Idea: Getting ready for a summative test on one-variable statistics means doing lots of problems and asking questions when you get stuck.

*75 minutes*

#### Warm-Up and Priority Setting

*15 min*

We synthesize the major concepts of the unit by completing the Unit Overview Statistics. This checklist has a set of "I can" statements that students use to assess their understanding of the concepts and skills presented in the unit. Students rate each item on the list according to the following scale:

A = I understand this so well that I could teach it to someone else.

B = I get this but I should review a bit

C = I don’t get this – I better study my notes and/or get help

D = I don’t remember anything about this

There is a space on the unit checklist for students to write down where they can find practice on any item they need to study.

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#### Review Workshop

*40 min*

The Review for Unit Test on One-Variable Statistics is a collection of exercises from this unit. Students work in table groups to complete these exercises or something else that they have identified as a priority on their checklist. As students review for the test, I make the answer key available at my desk for anyone who wants to check their work. As they review I circulate and answer questions that come up. I use the 3 Cup System to determine which students need my help.

*EXTRA HELP:** I put together a set of video resources, Blendspace Review: One-Variable Statistics, that students can use if they need remediation on a particular skill. This is especially useful for students that may have had absences during the unit. ** I discuss my rationale for providing this resource in the video Blendspace for Review.*

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Students complete the Review for Unit Test on One-Variable Statistics as needed for homework. I remind students that the answers to the homework will be available on Edmodo and that they should check their answers online in preparation for the following day's unit exam

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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