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Friday, May 1st
Lesson 26 Day 1
Identifying Statistical and NonStatistical Questions
Today you are going to learn about statistical questions.
Goals 
I will be able to explain what a statistical question is.
I will be able to identify whether a question is statistical or nonstatistical. 
APK 
(Accessing Prior Knowledge)
What does the word "variability mean? What is the root word in "variability?"
Variability  a lack of consistency or fixed pattern; liability to vary or change
associated words  vary, variety, variable 
What is a statistical question?



Why ask a statistical question?
Read Book 1 page 276  the section entitled "Why ask a statistical question?"
What does it mean for a question to be statistical?
Read Book 1 page 276  the section entitled, "Think: What does it mean for a question to statistical?"
Be sure to follow the directions.
Be sure to follow the directions.
How do I write a statistical question?
Read Book 1 page 277  the section entitled, "Think: How do I write a statistical question?"
Reflect
In Book 1 on the bottom of page 277, answer question 1.
After you answer this question, watch the video to review.
After you answer this question, watch the video to review.
On the Jamboard, please post one good statistical question. Make sure to read the questions that your classmates wrote.
Reflection
Why are there different types of questions? Why is it important to understand what a statistical question is? How are statistial questions used in the real world?
Homework Assignment
Book 2, pages 297298

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