Tell it Like it is!

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Scholars apply prior knowledge of statistics to write a conclusion. They summarize using correct academic language and tell the story of the data.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Extend the lesson by teaching two sample t-tests
  • Go into more detail on selecting the proper sample size for a population to be representative
Classroom Considerations

  • Relies on prior knowledge of central tendency, range, variance, standard deviation, graphical displays, population, sample size, and outliers
Pros

  • Provides all data to allow the focus to remain on conclusion writing rather than other steps of collecting and analyzing statistics
  • Includes extension ideas and all answers
Cons

  • None