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Students experiment and compare results of two populations. In this men and women populations lesson, students examine the difference in hand span for men and women. Students calculate a norm based on their results. Students complete additional problems to find the norm.
In this secondary mathematics worksheet, students are provided with questions that are reflective of the types of questions on the New York State Regents Examination. The twenty-four page worksheet contains a combination of thirty-four multiple choice and free response questions. Answers are included.
Studens construct their own catapult. In this history of catapults instructional activity, students work in groups to make their own model of a catapult. Students use physics vocabulary terms explain how the catapult works. Students test the catapults and record the features that made the best catapult.
Examine the concept of variation through observation and measurement. Middle schoolers will study a peanut and record any distinguishing characteristics visible as well as sketch their peanuts and describe them in writing. Their peanut is put in a bag with others and they try to identify it. Students then receive 15-20 peanuts in which they make measurements and examine the variation in length of the different peanuts and the variation in measurements.
Students examine the use of bar graphs and histograms. In this data representation lesson, students investigate the proper use of bar graphs and histograms to represent data. They learn the proper geometric definitions, experience direct instruction, guided practice, and independent application using the provided worksheets.