Statistics and Probability Lesson Plan Templates in 11th Grade Math

Find free 11th Grade Math Lesson Plan Templates on Statistics and Probability.
Formulas and methods for data handling
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Review notes for data handling.
Probability--Rock; Paper; Scissors Activity
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  • Using Probability to Make Decisions
  • High School
Uses Rock; Paper; Scissors game to introduce and use probability space diagrams and probability tree diagrams.
Probability - Fair Game Questions
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
Series of different questions about whether the games are fair or not; involves calculating basic probabilities for each side. Get progressively more...
Permutation and Combination with the Lottery
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  • Using Probability to Make Decisions
  • High School
Using permutation and the factorial notation with examples from the lottery. Also including a class activity to design their own lottery.
Statistics review Cards
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Updated: 
2016
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  • Using Probability to Make Decisions
  • High School
Revision cards. Topics also included: statistics</p>9th/10th grade
Simulations
Tristanjones 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Using Probability to Make Decisions
  • High School
Students need to simulate or describe how to simulate a range of things using random numbers.
Statistics and Probability
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  • Using Probability to Make Decisions
  • High School
Array of lessons in Common Core Algebra lessons
Relative Frequency (Conducting Experiments)
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  • Using Probability to Make Decisions
  • High School
Experimental Relative FrequencyUnderstand relative frequency as an estimate of probability and use this to compare outcomes of experiments
Set,Logic and Probability
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Common Core
Lesson plan for the topic set,logic and probability
Revision activity for statistics
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  • Using Probability to Make Decisions
  • High School
<p>The questions can be stuck on the classroom walls at random. students can start at any question and when they find the answer to the chosen...