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AUGUST
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1 Which vs. which? understanding how to make a valid argument

2 Finish arguments from yesterday ~Lost on the moon activity: How is group work beneficial

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~Begin looking at estimating large values. Crowd Estimation

4 Present crowd estimation "How many M&Ms in the jar?"

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7 How many tennis balls will it take to fil the classroom?

8 Present Tennis Ball questions
"How many students attend a Sprayberry home football game?" Think about assumptions and how to make a plan

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Begin Fermi Project (Click below for rubric)

10 2nd day of working on Fermi project

11 Fermi Project Due

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14 Counting Principle. Could we run out of phone numbers?
Use counting principle to determine total numbers of area codes and phone numbers in north america

15 Finish "too many numbers" from yesterday

16 Weighted Grade averages: How can you find your grade WITHOUT synergy? AKA Never having to ask your teacher "what do I need to get on the final to keep a B in the class?"

17 Mini Quiz: Grades, Tires, and counting principle

18 What is the grade level of that textbook? Is it an appropriate level?

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21 Finish up readability lesson from Friday 
22 UPC bar codes. What makes a code valid? Click below for rubric for marketing project

23 Finish working on Marketing project 
24 Marketing Project Due

25 Unit 1 Test

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28 Unit Question "What is a fair price to charge for health care?" Workbook pages p.17

29 Playing Roulette, what are the chances? Workbook pages p.912

30 Finish Roulette activity from yesterday Early Release

31 Theoretical v. Experimental Probability Rolling doubles p. 1314

1 Theoretical v. Experimental Probability Workbook pages p. 1516 (the gamblers fallacy p.17 (coincidence or causation)
Carnival Proposals due 
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4 Labor Day: No School! 
5 workbook pages p. 1719 What are the chances?

6 workbook pages "Ask the actuary" Tree Diagrams (make the sandwich) p. 20, 23

7 Pictures of probability p. 22, p. 25

8 Lottery expected value P. 3435 HOMECOMING! 
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11 Hurricane Day

12 Hurricane Day! 
13 Lottery Expected value Pointed rugs p. 39 HW: Finish lotetry expected value p.3537

14 OneonOne Basketball and expected value p. 4122

15 QUIZ: Expected Value and Theoretical Probability p. 48 Aunt Zena's health care p. 49 determining a fair a price Pricing for citizens WS (includes expected value essay)
Carnival check in: theoretical and expected value due 
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18 Carnival work day!

19 CARNIVAL DAY!!!

20 A simpler country Investigating a fair price for health insurance p. 5053

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A simpler country Investigating a fair price for health insurance p. 5456

22 Carnival reports due! Unit 2 test!

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OCTOBER
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2 "What is research" "What is statistics?" Begin watching "The Imitation game"

3 Finish watching "The imitation game" Journal Question: "How are statistics used to make life and death situations?" PROJECT RUBRIC! (CLICK BELOW) 
4 Statistics Vocab! (PPT version) Statistics Vocab (PDF Version)

5 Day 1: The question Cycke "What is Research?" Can we identify the parts of the research cycle? Mythbusters (Season 8) "No Pain no Gain"

6 Finish up Mysthbusters Observational v. experimental design

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9 Questioning creating unbiased survey questions

10 How to choose a sample

11 PSAT Day: Senior breakfast/Senior class picture

12 Early Release Proposals due!

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18 Analyzing graphs (baggie questions)

19 "Can you slap sense into someone?"

20 Project Work Day!

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23 finish baggie question graph

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25 Prepare for projects!

26 Projects Due! Presentations Day 1

27 Presentations Day 2

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30 Water Mythbusting!

31 Finance discussion: What do we need to learn about finance?



NOVEMBER
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1 Comparing Salary, Hourly, and Commission jobs

2 Finish comparison of salary, hourly and commision jobs

3 QUIZ JOB COMPARISON
Future value (learning to save!)

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6 Future value and present value (finish from friday)

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Teacher Work Day

8 QUIZ Future value and Present value Using the TVM (time value of money) solver application to determine effects of payments on loans and savings

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10 Loan v. Lease of a car

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13 Credit cards (Analyzing a credit card statement)

14 Analyzing college options. 2 year/4 year/graduate. What is the best for you?

15 Analyzing college options. 2 year/4 year/graduate. What is the best for you?

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THANKSGIVING BREAK: No School!

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27 Begin budget projects

28 Work day

20 Budget Projects due!

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DECEMBER
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1 Unit 6 Finance Test!

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19 Final Exams!

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