**Friday, May 29**

Happy Day!

1. For todays lesson, please follow the orange Google Slides in google classroom.

2. There are two important videos to watch (one is 13 minutes and the other 5). PLEASE WATCH THEM!

3. Complete page 2 of the Statistics Project Packet and submit to GC.

4. IXL: BB.16 and CC.1 are due today.

**Thursday, May 28**

Today we are going to

**learn about Variability and Distribution when comparing 2 data sets.**

1. Follow the orange

**Google Slides in GC**carefully!

2.

**Watch the two videos!**And take notes.

3. After,

**complete the Cool Down pdf below and turn in to this assignment.**

4. Continue to work on

**IXL: BB.16 & CC.1, due tomorrow!**

**Wednesday, May 27**

Today we are going to learn U8L13, "What Makes a Good Sample," and L14, "Sampling in a Fair Way."

Today we are going to learn U8L13, "What Makes a Good Sample," and L14, "Sampling in a Fair Way."

**Your Learning Targets:**

a. I can determine whether a sample is representative of a population by considering the shape, center, and

spread of each of them.

b. I know that some samples may represent the population better than others.

c. I remember that when a distribution is not symmetric, the median is a better estimate of a typical value than

the mean.

d. I can describe ways to get a random sample from a population.

e. I know that selecting a sample at random is usually a good way to get a representative sample.

1.

**Follow the orange Google Slides in google classroom!**

2. There is one

**9 minute video to watch**.

3.

**Complete the listed activities**in your book/online book.

4.

**Complete and correct L14 practice problems #2 and #5 only; submit to GC.**

5. Continue to work on this week's assigned

**IXL's: BB.16 & CC.1 (due by Friday.)**

**Tuesday, May 26**

Today, we are going to

**learn U8L12, "Larger Populations."**

**Your Learning Targets:**

a. I can explain why it may be useful to gather data on a sample of a population.

b. When I read or hear a statistical question, I can name the population of interest and give an example of a

sample for that population.

1.

**Follow along with the orange google slides**in google classroom.

2. When prompted,

**watch the Edpuzzle "Populations vs Sample.**

3. After, in the slides there is

**another short video to watch.**

4. When prompted,

**fill out the google form "Sample to Make Predictions."**

5. Complete practice problems

**#1 and #2 only**and submit to this assignment.

****6. Begin to work on

**IXL BB.16 and CC.1 (due by Friday.)**