AMDM

 

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January

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Winterfest day 1:

PJ day

AMDM Syllabus

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Winterfest day 2:

Tacky Sweater day

Learning how to use 365 day in Media Center

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Winterfest day 3:

Twin day

UNIT 1 PACKET

Lost on the moon. Pages 3-4

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Winterfest day 4:

Tacky Day

Landscape my yard page 5

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Winterfest day 5:

Frozen Friday (white out)

Landscape my yard page 5

 

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UPC codes pages 20-22

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Review of UPC codes and counting large spaces

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How many M& Ms?

"How many tennis balls will it take to fill the classroom?"

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Finish Tennis ball question and present

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"How many students will attend a home Sprayberry football game?"

Start Fermi Projects (rubric on p.8)

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OFF

MLK Day

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Work on Fermi Projects

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Present Fermi Projects

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Not Enough Numbers

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Finish Not Enough Numbers

MINI QUIZ: Large Area and UPC

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Readability Indices p. 16-17

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Finish Readability Indices

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Am I speeding? Tire Ratios

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Weighted Grade Averages

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MINI QUIZ: Tires and Grades

 

 

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Review for Unit 1

(Click links below for review guide and answer key- Answer key will be posted at the end of the day today)

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UNIT 1 TEST!

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UNIT 2 PACKET

Go over Carnival day project

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

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Playing Roulette 

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Carnival Project Proposals due.  Must be shared on 365.  Have every member of the group in the document

 

Theoretical v. Experiemental Probability

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Waiting for a double and the Gamblers Fallacy

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Theoretical v. Experiemental Probability

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Waiting for a double and the Gamblers Fallacy

Coincidence V. Causation and determining probabilities

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Pictures of Probability

Tree Diagrams and Area models

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Tree Diagrams and Area models

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QUIZ! Theoretical probability models

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Finding expected value through the lottery

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Lottery expected value 

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WINTER BREAK

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WINTER BREAK

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Pointed Rug Games

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One-and-One Basketball and expected value 

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Binomial Probability p.43-46

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Aunt Zena's health insurance

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

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Quiz: Expected value

Theoretical Probability and Expected Value due for Carnival Project

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Prepare for carnival day

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CARNIVAL DAY!

 

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Work on Carnival reports/reflections and comparisons

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Review for Unit 2

(Click links below for review guide and answer key- Answer key will be posted at the end of the day today)

 

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UNIT 2 TEST!

 

Rest of carnival project due!

(experimental probability, comparison and reports and reflections)

 

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Final Exams!

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Final Exams!

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