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### We found 127 resources with the concept surveys

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#### The Science of Surveys

To drill or not to drill? An informative unit has scholars first research the advantages and disadvantages of oil drilling in Alaska. They set up and conduct a sample survey to assess attitudes toward oil drilling in a specific...

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#### Questionnaires

Build a good set of questions. Scholars learn how to critique a set of questionnaires and determine if they are good. The instructional activity provides them an opportunity to create a suitable question to replace a flawed one.

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#### 2005 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions

A little context will go a long way. The six released free-response questions from the 2005 exam, show how AP® Statistics uses context within their problems. Pupils use the questions to practice their statistics skills within real-world...

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#### Planning and Conducting a Study

Plan to use the activities on planning studies and experiments. A curriculum module for AP® Statistics gives instructors some useful information on how to conduct studies, sample surveys, and experiments. It also has some ideas for...

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#### 2016 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions

Test your classes on their knowledge of advanced statistic concepts. Young math scholars get a sneak peek at the end of course AP® statistics exam with the released items from the 2016 test. The six-question free response exam addresses...

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#### Questionnaires

Check the appropriate box. Class members determine whether a questionnaire is an appropriate one. The portion of the General Certificate of Secondary Education math assessment review requires pupils to create a valid questionnaire to...

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#### Reading the Work of B. Franklin, Printer

Placing Ben Franklin’s ideas about a free press next to those embodied in the First Amendment sheds light on both. Learners interpret and compare two primary sources and then examine them in the light of a contemporary survey about...

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#### Module 9: Statistics

All disciplines use data! A seven-lesson unit teaches learners the basics of analyzing all types of data. The unit begins with a study of the shape of data displays and the analysis of a normal distribution. Later lessons discuss the...

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#### Social Media Survey

Survey says ... social media is here to stay! How do the pupils in your school use social media? Using lesson four from a 16-part series, The Social Media Toolbox, learners study surveys and create their own. The resource includes...

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#### Sampling Methods and Bias with Surveys: Crash Course Statistics #10

How many of you found the video to be useful? Young statisticians learn about surveys in the 10th installment of the Crash Course Statistics playlist. An informative video describes different sampling methods and possible sources of bias.

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#### How Does an Unhealthy Diet Influence our Health and Well-Being?

You are what you eat, or so they say! After surveying family and friends on a week of eating habits, learners analyze the data for patterns. They compare different variables such as fats and cost, fats and calories, or fats and LDLs.

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#### Homework or Play?

As the saying goes, it's all in the presentation. Given data displayed in charts and graphs, pupils determine statistical measures and displays. The class learns about surveys and how to use them to collect data and show their...

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#### A TASTEFUL Experiment

Compare thought preference to the actual preference. Class members conduct a quick experiment to determine the type of soda they actually prefer. The instructional activity involves surveying the pupils about the type soda they normally...

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#### 5K and No More - Producing Data

Determine the best way to survey the school. The lesson plan presents a scenario in which a company is willing to give the school $5,000. Groups determine the best way to survey the school. The company provides additional information to...

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#### Algebra II: Survey Results and Margin of Error

Nothing's perfect—there's always room for error. Young data analysts use a random number generator to simulate 50 samples of 500 voters. Creating a histogram and calculating mean and standard deviation helps determine an appropriate...

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#### Counting FishStix

How do we count the fish in the ocean? An engaging lesson models how to estimate fish populations with observational surveys. Class members begin by studying the behavior of fish on the coral reef in the oceans. They then become the fish...

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#### Through the Grapevine

Teach statistics by analyzing raisins. A thorough activity provides lesson resources for five levels to include all grades. Younger pupils work on counting and estimation, mid-level learners build on their understanding of the measures...

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#### Organizing Topic: Data Analysis

Learners engage in six activities to lead them through the process of conducting a thorough analysis of data. Pupils work with calculating standard deviations and z-scores, finding the area under a normal curve, and sampling techniques....

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#### Renewable Energy Action Project: What's in Your Energy Portfolio?

Uncover the renewable energy potential in your region. The activity outlines an approach to research current practices and trends. Learners conduct surveys to assess the attitudes of the local population and prepare a paper summarizing...

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#### Hooray For Diffendoofer Day!

Eleven engaging activities make up a story guide that accompanies Dr. Seuss' Hooray For Diffendoofer Day! Scholars design a fictional classroom setting including scary face tests, writing job descriptions, adapting the book into a play,...

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#### Chocolicious

To understand how biased data is misleading, learners analyze survey data and graphical representations. They use that information to design their own plans to collect information on consumer thoughts about Chocolicious cereal.

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#### Day Out

Use mathematics to help plan a field trip. Scholars use the results of a survey to determine where a class should go on a field trip. They use provided data about entrance fees and mileage to calculate the cost per person of such a trip.

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#### Ducklings

The class gets their mean and median all in a row with an assessment task that uses a population of ducklings to work with data displays and measures of central tendency. Pupils create a frequency chart and calculate the mean and median....

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#### Module 8: Statistics

What does it mean to be normal in the world of statistics? Pupils first explore the meaning of a normal distribution in the eight-lesson module. They then apply the statistics related to normal distributions such as mean, standard...