Normal Distribution Teacher Resources

Find Normal Distribution educational ideas and activities

Showing 1 - 20 of 114 resources
Students analyze their data using different central tendencies. In this algebra lesson, students students analyze their graphs and identify it as a normal distribution, normal curve and predict the outcome.
Students investigate normal distribution.  For this statistical analysis lesson students investigate the variety of circumstances in which the normal distribution can be used.  Students apply the normal distribution to solve problems. 
Statisticians investigate normal distribution in this lesson as they examine the area under a normal curve and use a model to find what percent of the area lies within 1,2, and 3 standard deviations of the mean. Using the TI-Nspire, they investigate an application of the normal distribution relating to the weight of each orange in a crop.
In this empirical rules worksheet, young statisticians examine commonly used empirical rules in statistics. They examine data by the standard normal distribution and determine the mean, median, and probability of events. This two-page worksheet contains examples, notes, and 3 multi-step problems.
Students explore the concept of normal distribution. In this normal distribution lesson, students find the normal distribution of taxes in the 50 US states. Students make histograms, frequency tables, and find the mean and median of tax data.
Learners are introduced to the concepts of the normal curve, skewness and the standard deviation. They discuss how the normal distribution has been used and misused to support conclusions.
Students complete problems on normal distribution equations. In this algebra lesson plan, students complete 11 problems out of their text book.
Fourth graders are given data (class test scores) to determine central tendencies, and find information needed to construct a normal distribution curve. They become proficient in calculating mode, median and average.
This thirteen page data analysis worksheet contains a number of interesting problems regarding statistics. The activities cover the concepts of average measurements, standard deviation, box and whisker plots, quartiles, frequency distributions, and lines of best fit.
Students calculate the normal distribution. In this statistics lesson, students use the normal distribution to estimate binomial distributions. They define when to use NP and n(1-p) to make approximations.
In this normal distribution activity, students determine the values for the middle 90% given the middle 50% values.  Means and standard deviations are provided.
Fred thinks his test score is high enough to earn him a certificate. Given the mean and standard deviation, use properties of normal distributions to calculate Fred's percentile ranking and see if he is right. Consider having your class communicate their findings in a narrative form, such as a letter.
The first activity in this resource has learners computing the mean and standard deviation of two different data sets and drawing conclusions based on their results. The second activity has them using a dice-rolling simulation to generate data and then compare the results to a normal distribution. The activities alone are rather basic, but the discussion questions encourage student to look beyond the numbers and examine what inferences can be made from the data.
Students investigate normal probability distribution.  In this Algebra II/Statistics and Probability lesson plan, students explore the area under the normal curve between various x-values and determine what percent of the area lies within 1, 2, and 3 standard deviations of the mean.  Students apply this data to answer question about an orange crop with normally distributed weights. 
High schoolers explore the concept of the bell curve. In this bell curve lesson, students discuss the controversy associated with the bell curve. High schoolers use an applet to explore a normal distribution. Students discuss mean, median, mode, and standard deviation in relation to skewness using an applet.
Students are introduced to the normal distribution and examine the bell curve controversy.
For this whole number addition worksheet, 5th graders supply the missing numbers necessary to solve a set of 15 problems. One example is completed for students; answers may be viewed online.
In this statistics and probability learning exercise, young statisticians solve and complete 13 different problems related to probability, percentages, and normal distributions. They consider data models, assumptions about the models, and find probabilities based on models. 
Using the empirical rule for a normal distribution, young statisticians determine the percent of adult women with given heights and weights. They find the percentile rank of a woman of a stated height and find the area under a curve.
A short activity that focuses on the normal distribution as a model for data distribution. Using given means and standard deviations, your budding statisticians can use statistical tables, calculators, or other statistical software to approximate population percentages. Decide what percentage of the population will fit in this car.

Browse by Subject

Normal Distribution