Reflection: Real World Applications Our Own Surveys - Section 3: Survey Plan


This section is crucial for students to walk away with an understanding a of a few things.  First of all, the students must understand who to develop a question that makes sense and has only two answers.  They must also understand how to assign jobs in a team situation and also be able to design a way of recording data that is collected.  Finally, the idea of ways to make sure you asked every student in the class must be discussed thoroughly.  You are going to have everyone moving about the room at the same time and they must have some known techniques for keeping track to allow this activity to be successful and efficient.  

This lesson is broken up into two days to allow for you to go into depth about the process of designing the survey and collecting the data.  Tomorrow's lesson will focus on representing the data.  

  Being Clear and Precise
  Real World Applications: Being Clear and Precise
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Our Own Surveys

Unit 7: Data and Analysis
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT choose their own survey question. SWBAT make a plan to collect data. SWBAT collect and keep track of survey data.

Big Idea: Operation Independence! Students will now take what they have learned from previous data lessons and put it into action. The students will work in pairs of two to decide on a survey question and then collects classmates' responses to their question.

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