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#### Flipped Math: Common Core Algebra 2

Algebra 2 pupils will flip over a 13-unit course that addresses Common Core standards designed for out-of-class learning. The first-semester unit covers polynomials, polynomial functions, radicals, transformations of functions, and...

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#### TeachEngineering: Air Quality InQuiry (AQ-IQ)

One lesson and five activities provide scholars with the background and skills they need to conduct air quality research projects on topics they choose. Class members are introduced to air quality science, data collection, analysis, and...

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#### Common Core Algebra 1

The Flipped-Mastery Classroom offers an entire Algebra 1 class aligned to Common Core Standards. Lessons begin with an instruction video. Learners can pause the video to take notes and replay the video to check for understanding. The...

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#### Common Core Algebra 1, Unit 5: Bivariate Data

Common Core Algebra 1, Unit 5 is all about Bivariate Data. The first lesson in the series begins with a video on creating a two-way frequency table. Viewers learn how to calculate relative frequencies within the table to determine...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Curriculum

The Algebra 1 curriculum set is designed to help scholars develop fluency in
writing, interpreting, and solving linear equations, The 30 lessons in Module 1 are divided into four topics: An Introduction to Functions, the Structure of...

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#### High School Balanced Packet 2 Assessment Tasks

Good assessments can be hard to find and difficult to formulate. Designed as a collection of mathematics assessment tasks, the 20 resources in this packet can also be used as lesson openers, a review, or extra practice. The open-ended...

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 4: Inferences and Conclusions from Data

The Algebra II Module 4 collection focuses on four topics: Probability, Modeling Data Distributions, Drawing Conclusions Using Data from a Sample, and Drawing Conclusions Using Data from an Experiment. Students show what they have...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 5: A Synthesis of Modeling with Equations and Functions

The 10 lessons in the Algebra 1 Module 5 collection require students to synthesize what they have learned about functions. The module focuses on two topics: Elements of Modeling and Completing the Modeling Cycle. Assessments, exit...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 2: Descriptive Statistics

The Algebra 1, Module 2 collection is divided into four topics: Shapes and Centers of Distributions, Describing Variability and Comparing Distributions, Categorical Data on Two Variables, and Numerical Data on Two Variables. The 22...

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#### Exploring Energy: Designing a Brighter Future

Coal soot and gas fumes, smog and pollution, acid rain and nuclear radiation may become passe as scientists search for innovative, sustainable energy sources. Engage young environmentalists in the quest with a collection of resources...

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#### Heart Rate and Exercise: Is There a Correlation?

Does exercise cause heart rates to be different? Given data regarding the number of hours of exercise per week and heart rates, pupils determine the correlation between the two. The data includes two types of heart rates to associate...

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#### Pic Me!

Finally! Math and Instagram have come together to discuss the correlation between likes and followers. High schoolers can't help but want to discover what makes one account more popular than another by developing a line of best fit and...

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#### Correlation of Variables by Graphing

Middle and high schoolers use a spreadsheet to graph data. In this graphing lesson plan, learners determine how two parameters are correlated. They create a scatter plot graph using a computer spreadsheet.

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#### Graphs and More

Young statisticians create and interpret various types of graphs from data gathered. The focus here is on interpreting the data and drawing appropriate conclusions. Box-and-whisker plots, frequency distributions, scatterplots, and lines...

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#### Just the Facts

Statisticians work with a partner to design their own study, collect and analyze data, and present it to the class. To begin the lesson, they create a set of data that meet each criteria point provided. then they evaluate data, build a...

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#### How Dense is Salt Water?

Young schoolers explore the concept of linear regression. They determine the mass and density of salt water. Pupils add salt to water and record the density as salinity increases, and perform a linear regression on the data to model the...

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#### Scatter-Brained

Seventh graders graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. They create a scatterplot. Additionally, they determine the line of best fit and investigate the slope of the line. Multiple resources are provided. An excellent resource!

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#### Experimental Design

New ReviewExperimentally, come up with a study design. Learners hear about different types of study designs, observational studies, and experiments. They identify the subjects, response variable, treatment, and whether there was a cause and...

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#### Correlation

Determine how close the line is to the scatter plot. Clear video instruction shows how to plot a scatter plot and find the best fit line using the linear regression function on a calculator. Pupils use the information from the calculator...

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#### Best Fit Lines

What fits best? Pupils watch a video that reviews creating a scatter plot. Learners develop an understanding of correlation and determine whether it is moderate, strong, or none as well as positive or negative. Finally, they use a...

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#### Unit 5 Review: Bivariate Data

The data says it's a wrap. Pupils work through four review questions with multiple parts dealing with bivariate data. Questions cover creating and interpreting two-way tables and scatter plots with lines of best fit. Scholars finish up...

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#### Educational Attainment and Marriage Age - Testing a Correlation Coefficient's Significance

Do women with college degrees get married later? Using a provided scatter plot of the percentage of women who earn bachelor's degrees and the median age at which women first get married over time, pupils conduct a linear regression...

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#### Body Measurement Activity

Don't keep the resource at an arm's length. A hands-on activity has scholars measure the heights, arm spans, hair lengths, and foot lengths of their classmates. They create scatter plots to determine if there is a correlation between...

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#### Connecting Scatter Plots and Correlation Coefficients Activity

Collect a variety of bivariate data. Groups determine sets of data that would provide a positive, negative, and no correlation. Team members gather their data through out the week. Scholars plot the data and determine the relationship...