## CC7

## Monday:5/8/17

__7.SP2 Use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristic of interest.__

**Objective:**__: How can we use a sample to make a judgement about a population?__

**Essential Question****I Can**use a sample from a population to make a judgement about a population.

- Warm Up/Attendance - Which one doesn't belong.
- Go over homework (GoFormative, Check TenMarks, Puzzles, turn in recovery)
- Whole Class lesson:
- Cooking up Success (& Shilling Shop!)

- Independent Practice: Statistical Suits Bulletin Board, TenMarks

## Tuesday: 5/9/17

__7.SP2 Use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristic of interest.__

**Objective:**__: How can we use a sample to make a judgement about a population?__

**Essential Question****I Can**use a sample from a population to make a judgement about a population.

- Warm Up/Attendance - Which one doesn't belong.
- Whole Class lesson:
- Which Method did you choose? (Review)
- Cooking up Success (review!)
- Start Probability (watch video below)
- STILE: Basic Probability Review
- ISN: Certain to Impossible
- SKUNK

- Independent Practice: Statistical Suits Bulletin Board, TenMarks

## Wednesday: 5/10/17

__7.SP5 Understand that the probability of a chance event is a number between 0 and 1 and expresses the likelihood of the event occurring.__

**Objective:**__: How can we use our understanding of certainty or impossibilities to our advantage?__

**Essential Question****I Can**use determine a likelihood of an event between 0 to 1.

- Warm Up/Attendance - Unit rate Talk
- Whole Class lesson:
- Clothesline math (probability chat)
- Probability on a numberline posters

- Independent Practice: Statistical Suits Bulletin Board, TenMarks

## Thursday: 5/11/17

__7.SP5 Understand that the probability of a chance event is a number between 0 and 1 and expresses the likelihood of the event occurring.__

**Objective:**__: How can we use our understanding of certainty or impossibilities to our advantage?__

**Essential Question****I Can**use determine a likelihood of an event between 0 to 1.

- Warm Up/Attendance - Which One doesn't belong?
- Whole Class lesson:
- Quiz
- ISN: Probability Sort

- Independent Practice: Statistical Suits Bulletin Board, TenMarks

## Friday: 5/15/17

__7.SP5 Understand that the probability of a chance event is a number between 0 and 1 and expresses the likelihood of the event occurring.__

**Objective:**__: How can we use our understanding of certainty or impossibilities to our advantage?__

**Essential Question****I Can**use determine a likelihood of an event between 0 to 1.

- Warm Up/Attendance - Which One doesn't belong?
- Whole Class lesson:
- Review Homework
- ISN: Probability Sort
- 3 ACT task - Starburst (see below)

- Independent Practice: Statistical Suits Bulletin Board, TenMarks

Starburst Thee Act Task: (original credit)

1. Guess how many of those packs will have exactly one yellow Starburst, Two yellow Starbursts.

2. For each guess, write down answers you know are too high. Too low.

3. What information will you need to get an answer?

2. For each guess, write down answers you know are too high. Too low.

3. What information will you need to get an answer?

4. What assumptions about Starbursts are built into your answer?

5. How would knowing the frequency of Starburst colors in this sample change your answer?

Carefully, open your packages, noting the color combinations of each. You MUST attend to precision for this task to work. Keep your two starbursts together, just in case there are any problems with your data (this way you can double check!).

You will enter your data on this spreadsheet, so we can talk about the math.

Let's view the video below and look at this picture to see how our sample compares to Mr. Meyer's.

5. How would knowing the frequency of Starburst colors in this sample change your answer?

Carefully, open your packages, noting the color combinations of each. You MUST attend to precision for this task to work. Keep your two starbursts together, just in case there are any problems with your data (this way you can double check!).

You will enter your data on this spreadsheet, so we can talk about the math.

Let's view the video below and look at this picture to see how our sample compares to Mr. Meyer's.

6. How close was our answer to the actual answer from Mr. Meyer's Trial? Calculate the percent error.

7. What is the ratio of yellow to the other colors?

8. What is the ratio of yellow to each of the individual colors?

9. Can we assume that if we got a big bag of individual starbursts we would have the same ratio?

7. What is the ratio of yellow to the other colors?

8. What is the ratio of yellow to each of the individual colors?

9. Can we assume that if we got a big bag of individual starbursts we would have the same ratio?