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AUGUST

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
       

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Welcome back!

Syllabus

 

 

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Media Center- Using Office 365

 

 

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Lost on the moon activity

Learning to work in groups

 

 

 

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Estimating a crowd

Why would we need to do it and how can we do it?

 

 

 

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How many tennis balls would it take to fill the classroom?

 

 

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Tennis Ball Presentations

 

 

 

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How many people attend a Sprayberry Football game?

 

 

 

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Start FERMI PROJECTS (click below for rubric)

 

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Fermi Project work day

 

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Landscape my yard!

 

 

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Present Fermi Projects

 

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Not enough numbers

 

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Weighted Averages

 

 

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MINIQUIZ- estimating large values

 

Changing tires

 

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Readability Indices

 

 

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MINIQUIZ

Ratios (tires) and Weighted Averages

Finish readability indices

 

 

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go over quizzes!

UPC

Finish UPC advertisement for homework

 

 

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Review (click below for review guide and key)

 

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Unit 1 Test!

 

 

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Unit 2 packet!

early release

 

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Playing Roulette p. 9-12

 

 

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Unit question "What is a fair price to charge for health insurance?"

p. 4-8

 

 

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SEPTEMBER

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

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LABOR DAY

 

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Theoretical v. Experiemental Probability

p.14-16

Waiting for a double and the Gamblers Fallacy

 

 

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CARNIVAL PROJECT PROPOSALS DUE

(must be shared on 365)

Coincidence V. Causation and determining probabilities

p.17-21

 

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Pictures of Probability

Tree Diagrams and Area models

p.22-23

 

 

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Tree Diagrams and Area models

p. 24-25

 

 

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QUIZ! Theoretical probability models

P.34-35

Finding expected value through the lottery

 

 

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Lottery expected value 

p.36-37

 

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Pointed Rug Games

p.39

One-and-One Basketball and expected value 

p.41-42

 

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Carnival game preview activity

 

 

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Binomial Probability p.43-46

 

 

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Aunt Zena's health insurance

p. 48-49

 

 

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Health insurance for all? What is a fair price for health insurance?

p.51-54

THEORETICAL PROBABILITY

AND EXPECTED VALUE DUE

 

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CARNIVAL DAY!

 

 

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Review (click below for review guide and key)

 

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UNIT 2 TEST

 

 

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FALL BREAK

 

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FALL BREAK

 

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FALL BREAK

 

~EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY DUE

~COMPARING PROBABILITIES DUE

~COMPARING PROFITS DUE

~REPORT DUE

~REFLECTION DUE

(all must be shared on 365 by the end of the day)

 

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FALL BREAK

 

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FALL BREAK

 

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Start Unit 3: Statistical Studies

UNIT 3 PACKET

Start Watching "The Imitation Game"

What is the statistical value of a human life?

 

 

         

OCTOBER

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
   

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Finish Watching "The Imitation Game"

What is the statistical value of a human life?

Journal p. 6

 

 

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Vocab Webquest p. 7-10

Click HERE for Powerpoint

Click HERE for PDF

 

 

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What are the 5 parts of the research cycle?

Part 1: The Question phase

p. 11-12

 

 

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Mythbusters "no pain, no gain"

p. 13

RESEARCH PROPOSAL DUE!

(shared on 365 by end of day)

The Design cycle- Observational v. experimental

p. 14-16

 

 

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The Design Cycle- 

Making surveys (questioning)

p. 17-18

 

 

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The Design Cycle-

Sampling Methods

p. 19-20

 

 

 

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Start The Cavity Problem (group presentation)

p.21

 

 

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early release

The Cavity Problem (group presentation)

 

 

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Finish The Cavity Problem- begin presentations

 

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Finish presentations/

The Analyze Cycle- making appropraite graphs

p.22-23

 

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Mythbusting!

Is Yawning Contagious

Can you slap sense into someone?

p. 27-28

 

 

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PSAT

MIni Quiz! Design

 

 

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Water Mythbusting

p. 24-26

 

 

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PROJECT WORK DAY

 

 

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PROJECT WORK DAY

 

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REPORTS DUE

PRESENTATIONS DAY 1

 

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REPORTS DUE

PRESENTATIONS DAY 2

 

 

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Start Finance Unit! MONEY MONEY MONEY

Unit 6 packet

p. 2-9

understanding wages

 

 

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Discussion day- what do you need to know about finance and money that no one has taught you?  What do you need me to teach you?

 

 

 

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p.10-13

Comparing: hourly, salary, and commision jobs

 

 

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Understanding saving for the future

p. 14-17

 

 

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MINIQUIZ- Analyzing a salary

Using the TVM (Time value of money solver)

p.18-21

 

 

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TVM Solver! Time value of money- savings and Loans

p.18-21

 

 

   

NOVEMBER

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
         

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TVM solver practice p. 22-23

and credit card preview p. 38

 

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Filing Taxes! The most boring/important lesson ever!

p.24-26

 

 

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ELECTION DAY

 

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College Loan Webquest

p. 35-37

 

 

 

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Loans v. Leases

Buying a car

p. 27-28

 

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Loans v. Leases

Buying a car

p. 27-28

(day two)

 

 

 

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Making Sense of Credit

p. 39-41

 

 

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College? no school, trade school, 2-years, 4-years, or graduate school?

The cost benefit analysis of higher education

p. 29-34

 

 

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"The Card Game"

p. 48-49

and interest choice board practice

p. 42-43

 

 

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"You've graduated college now what" Project.  Or "making a sustainable budget when you are a big kid"

(rubric on p. 50)

EXAMPLE

 

 

 

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"You've graduated college now what" Project.  Or "making a sustainable budget when you are a big kid"

(rubric on p. 50)

 

 

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"You've graduated college now what" Project.  Or "making a sustainable budget when you are a big kid"

(rubric on p. 50)

 

 

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Unit 6 finance review day 1

 

KEY

 

 

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Review (click below for review guide and key)

 

Corrections on the answer key

Harvey part h (use the minimum payment from part g)

Page 2- take home monthly salary for the sales associate $2662.28

 

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UNIT 6 Test!!!

 

 

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THANKSGIVING BREAK

 

 

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THANKSGIVING BREAK

 

 

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THANKSGIVING BREAK

 

 

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THANKSGIVING BREAK

 

 

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THANKSGIVING BREAK

 

 

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DECEMBER

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

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Unit 4/5 Packet

Correlation Coefficients and Linear Regression

p. 1-2 and p. 5

 

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Linear Regression

p.5-6

 

 

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All Functions Regression

p.10-13

 

 

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The Spread of a Virus (H1N1)

P.14-16

 

 

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Finish spread of a virus

 

 

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Contaigon Writing Prompts

In what ways does the media affect perceptions about health events?  Provide examples from the movie and then describe actual events and how the media responded. Did the media respond appropriately why or why not? 

 

 

If MEV-1 occurred tomorrow do you think that the movie showed realistic responses from the population, the medical community, and the government?  Which parts do you think were accurate and which were not?  Why?

 

 

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PieceWise Functions

p. 17-18

 

 

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Practice of Piecewise Functions

 

 

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Review for Test

Review (click below for review guide and key)

 

 

 

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Final Exam Review!

Review (click below for review guide and key)

 

 

 

 

 

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Review for Final

 

 

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Review for Final

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FINAL EXAMS

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