**Unit 1: Exploring & Describing Data**

**Chapter 1: Stats Starts Here**

**Chapter 1: Stats Starts Here**

**Learning Targets**- List and describe what is needed to determine the context of data.
- What are the two types of variables and how do they differ from each other?

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__Calculator Processes__- Entering data, changing datum, adding more data, deleting datum, clearing data lists, finding lost data lists

**Online Assignments**

**Documents**
Videos Chapter 1 Summary (above)Example - Page 6 (above) |
Vocabulary |

**Chapter 2: Displaying and Describing Categorical Data**

**Chapter 2: Displaying and Describing Categorical Data**

**Learning Targets**- How do you create and interpret data tables/charts for categorical data?
- How do you use contingency tables to determine marginal and conditional distribution?

**Online Assignments**

**Assessments**- Chapter 1 & 2 Quiz

**Documents**
Videos |
Vocabulary |

__Chapter 3: Displaying & Summarizing Quantitative Data__

**Learning Targets**- How do you create and interpret data tables/charts for quantitative data?
- What is needed to describe distributions of quantitative data?
- When do you use the mean or median to describe quantitative data?

**Calculator Skills**- 5-Number Summaries, mean, standard deviation, creating histograms, creating boxplots.

**Online Assignments**

**Assessments**- Chapter 3 Quiz

**Documents**
VideosBoxplots (above) Page 63 Step-by-Step Example (below) |
Vocabulary |

__Chapter 4: Understanding and Comparing Distributions__

**Learning Targets**- What is important to describe when comparing boxplots?
- When working with outliers, how do you know what to describe and when to describe it?

**Calculator Skills**- Creating parallel boxplots

**Online Assignments**

**Assessments**- Chapter 4 Quiz
- Unit 1 Test (Chapters 1 - 5)

**Documents**
VideosUnderstanding Standard Deviation (above) Page 86 Step-by-Step Example (above) |
Vocabulary |

__Chapter 5: The Standard Deviation as a Ruler & the Normal Model__

**Learning Targets**- How does shifting and re-scaling data affect the measures of center and spread?
- How do you use z-scores to determine how unusual or surprising a value is?
- What is the process of determining the proportion of data that lie above, below, or between data values?

**Calculator Skills**- Finding Normal Percentages, Finding Normal Cutpoints, and Creat Normal Probability Plot

**Online Assignments**

**Assessments**- Unit 1 Test (Chapters 1 - 5)

**Documents**
VideosIntroduction to the Normal Curve (above)Calculating Percents using a Normal Curve (above)Page 113 Step-by-Step Example (above)Page 117 Step-by-Step Example (above)Page 120 Step-by-Step Example (above)Page 122 Step-by-Step Example (above)Page 123 Step-by-Step Example (above) |
Vocabulary |