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Tuesday, May 5th
Lesson 26 Day 3
Identifying Statistical Questions
Goals 
I know the difference between a statistical question and a nonstatistical question.
I can write a statistical question and use that question to collect data. 
APK 
(Accessing Prior Knowledge)
What would be a good statistical question you could ask your classmate?

Questions About Statistical Questions
Answer the following questions about statistical questions.
Complete Book 1, page 280: 13
After you have completed page 280: 13, watch the Review Video.
Write one good statistical question you would like to ask
the sixth graders at Woodfield.
Make sure your question would produce a variety of answers.
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Reflection
What makes a statistical question a "good" statistical question?
Go to Book 1, Page and Complete the Self Check.
AFTER you have have completed this, watch the following video.
AFTER you have have completed this, watch the following video.
Homework Assignment
Dexter decide to ask his classmates a statistical question. He decided to ask students how much time do they spend traveling to school (when we are not Safer At Home). The table on the right shows his results. On a piece of paper, complete the following steps.
1. Create a frequency table. Use the example below to help get you started.
2. Create a line plot of the data from your frequency table.
To create a line plot, first create a number line. Be sure that the marks (tick marks) are evenly spaced and the values between each mark are equal. Next label your number line. (Personally, I would skip count by 5's for this set of data.) Next, place an X about each number to represent one student's response. Finally, label your number line (what do the numbers represent), and title your line plot.

3. Base on your line plot, what statements can you make about the traveling time of the students Dexter surveyed?
4. Send me a picture of your work. You can scan it or take a photograph. If you are unable to do either of these, come online and show me your work.
email: curtis@waterford.k12.wi.us
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