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Stem And Leaf Plots
Sal helps with data organization in this video, which focuses on stem and leaf plots. Clarifying that "this is just one of many, many, many ways to visualize data that you will run into in your mathematical or statistical futures," he explains the concept in a way that is helpful for both struggling and advanced mathematicians.
6 mins 7th - 11th Math
Comparing Pulse Rates
Learners study the concept of data analysis by finding their pulses and comparing their pulse rates to other students. They draw conclusions about their physical fitness as it relates to others. Data is collected and organized into stem and leaf plots, histograms and box plots.
6th - 10th Math
Get on your Mark, Get Set, Go! Collect, Interpret, and Represent Data Using a Bar Graph and a Circle Graph.
Start this engaging data analysis study with a review of charts and graphs using the linked interactive presentation, which is both hilarious and comprehensive. Consider projecting it and having volunteers come up to complete various challenges.
4th - 7th Math CCSS: Designed
Data Collection and Presentation
Middle and high schoolers collect and analyze data from four different activities. The activities include information about classmates, tallying colors of cars in a parking lot, stem and leaf plots, and making a histogram from winning lottery numbers.
6th - 10th Math
Study Jams! Stem-and-Leaf Plots
Organizing data doesn't have to be boring when you introduce stem and leaf plots to the lesson. In a step-by-step interactive lesson, learners can see how to put data into one of these plots and easily see any patterns. Included are test questions to for additional practice with answers and explanations.
4th - 7th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Math IR - Final Exam
This review worksheet touches on a number of different Algebra 1 topics. Learners solve and complete 38 different types of problems. First, they find the inequality that is best represented in the graph illustrated. Then, they graph the expression and label the axis of symmetry and the vertex.
8th - 9th Math
Home Runs, Statistics, and Probability
Baseball and statistics go hand-in-hand and knowing how to interpret, compare, and display this information is a key skill for any middle schooler. Using two sets of data, have young statisticians answer questions by constructing and comparing different representations of the data especially lineplots (dotplots), stemplots (including back-to-back stemplots) five number summaries, and boxplots.
6th - 8th Math CCSS: Designed
If a Tree Fell in the Woods, Would It Be Part of a Stem-and-Leaf Plot?
Seventh graders study about stem-and-leaf plots and compare the visual display of these plots with those of bar, line, and pie charts in order to determine when stem-and-leaf plots offer the best option for displaying a data set.
Comparing Pulse Rates
Upper graders and middle schoolers collect, organize, and draw conclusions about pulse rate data. Students take and record a resting, exercising and recovery pulse rate, then display the resulting data. Pupils complete a stem and leaf graph, a histogram, and a box plot, then compare their pulse rate with the class average.
6th - 10th Math CCSS: Adaptable
How Tall is the Average 6th Grader?
Upper grade and middle schoolers explore mathematics by participating in a measuring activity. They hypothesize on what the average height of a male or female 6th grader is and identify ways to find the average mathematically. Learners discuss the differences between median, mode, and mean averages before measuring each student and creating a data table.
5th - 8th Math