Reflection: Writing Across the Disciplines Modeling with Box Plots and Histograms - Section 2: Independent Practice

During this lesson students practiced analyzing Real World Data and organizing the data into a box plot, histogram, and cumulative frequency histogram.  Students will then write a conclusion of the data citing the models that they have created (MP3).  I found a great resource for thinking about how to teach students to write statistical conclusions.

I have attached a word document that I downloaded from the STEW website:

Tell It Like It Is.docx

Writing Across the Disciplines: Helpful Resources on Writing with Statistics

Modeling with Box Plots and Histograms

Unit 5: Modeling With Statistics
Lesson 8 of 19

Big Idea: By using multiple methods to analyze data, students can get a better overall sense of what trends the data is representing.

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James Bialasik

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