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5) Note to teacher: These terms are also known as the measures of central tendency . You may want to mention this to students in case they see this term elsewhere. Lesson 13 Activity 3: Word Problems Time: 15 Minutes Have students work independently in the student book pages 30-31. Circulate to help. Review any questions that students found challenging. Choose a few problems to have students volunteer to do on the board and explain if they like.
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Lesson 13: Mean, Median, Mode, and Range D. Legault, Minnesota Literacy Council, 2014 4 Mathematical Reasoning Activity 1 Vocabulary Match Vocabulary Definition 1. mode 2. mean 3. median 4. range 5. minimum 6. maximum A. the average B. middle number C. lowest number D. most frequently occurring number E. highest number F. difference between lowest and highest numbers
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Lesson 13: Mean, Median, Mode, and Range D. Legault, Minnesota Literacy Council, 2014 5 Mathematical Reasoning Handout 13.1
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Lesson 13: Mean, Median, Mode, and Range D. Legault, Minnesota Literacy Council, 2014 6 Mathematical Reasoning
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Lesson 13: Mean, Median, Mode, and Range D. Legault, Minnesota Literacy Council, 2014 7 Mathematical Reasoning Worksheet 13.2 Computation
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Lesson 13: Mean, Median, Mode, and Range D. Legault, Minnesota Literacy Council, 2014 8 Mathematical Reasoning Worksheet 13.2 Computation Answers
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Lesson 13: Mean, Median, Mode, and Range D. Legault, Minnesota Literacy Council, 2014 9 Mathematical Reasoning Lesson 13 Activity 4: Word Problems Time: 20-25 Minutes Do the problems in the workbook pages 38-41. Do some of the challenging ones on the board. Lesson 13 Activity 5 Application: Super Bowl Stats Time: 20-25 Minutes Mean, median, and mode are used when comparing statistics in many areas in our society. Ask students what areas these statistics are used in. They should have lots of ideas after doing the workbook problems. Some are school, sports, weather, business, housing sales, and work hours. The following activity asks students to figure out the numbers for a popular American event, the Super Bowl. Students may use their calculators to save time since the point is to understand how to solve the problems. The activity is from the website yummymath.com. Lesson 13 Exit Ticket Time: 5 Minutes This activity can be done as a class survey/discussion. Ask everyone how many TV sets they have in their homes. Then figure out together the mean, median, mode, and range. The numbers are small so it should happen quickly. If there isn’t much time, just ask a few students. Lesson 13 Extra Word Problem on Test Scores Time: 5-10 Minutes Write on the board: Shonda met with her son’s English class teacher at parent conferences. The teacher told Shonda that her son got 78, 89, 63, and 82 on his first four tests. There is one test left and he needs to increase his average to 80% to get a B in the class.
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