This Tuck Shop assessment also includes:
Correct a misleading conclusion. Individuals review a set of data and a conclusion to determine what is wrong with the conclusion. Pupils then represent the data with an appropriate display. Finally, learners develop a correct conclusion from the data about the amount of chocolate eaten by males and females.
- Conduct a survey in class on how many candy bars are consumed weekly and determine whether the results are similar to the one presented in the task
- Brainstorm different methods to display discreet data to make it easy to compare
- The class should have knowledge of collecting and reporting data
- Includes sample responses
- Contains a rubric to use to score the assessments