This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to: Calculate the mean, median, mode, and range from a frequency chart; and to use a frequency chart to describe a possible data set, given information on the mean, median, mode, and range.
This task is from Tools 4 NC Teachers. It also includes examples of student work on the last few pages. Remixing is allowed including the addition of more student work. samples.
This task is from Tools 4 NC Teachers. This multi-step task involves the processes of collecting data, creating a scaled bar graph, and answering questions about the data and the graph. It is remixable including the addition of more student work.
This is from Tools 4 NC Teachers. Students create their own scaled bar graph based on information in the task. This can be remixed, including the addition of student work samples.
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This is lesson four in a series of six lessons focused around developing a mathematical community at the beginning of the school year. While this lesson addresses standard NC.1.MD.4, its primary goal is for students to become comfortable talking with others, posing questions, and collecting data from one another. A secondary goal is to begin establishing norms for how students work together during math class.
Students will correctly key specific documents that have previously been taught by using a simulation provided from a Computer Applications and Keyboarding textbook. This lesson is not specific to a particular textbook, however, the example provided is from the Century 21 Computer Applications and Keyboarding Textbook, 8th edition. Simulations give students a real-world practice and by adding project management techniques, students can practice working together to complete a long assignment. The class should be divided into teams of 3-4 students. They will choose a group leader and then complete the person responsible column on the provided pdf handout. Students should assess the qualities that each bring to the table and use that to their advantage. Once this has been done, they should decide on the due date for each job and list the date in the completed column and, finally, who will be editing/proofreading the document before the group leader submits for grading. Students are allowed to use their notes and the FBLA format guide, which can be found on the FBLA-PBL.org website, for this project.