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GCSE Statistics: Collecting Data

GCSE statistics presentations covering data types and data collection. to include - quantitative and qualitative data - continuous and discrete data - primary and secondary data - sampling (random and non random) - questionnaires and surveys - Investigations and experiments Very visual with problems embedded in presentation all images cc3.0 template slidescarnival

GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 6: Investigations and Experiments

Clear very visual presentation covering: 1. Good secondary data sources 2. Investigation/Experiment outlines 3. Hypothesis making 4. Identifying variables 5. Data collection methods to include a) before and after experiments b) matched pairs c) data logging d) control groups e) capture and recapture and problems for each of these. Images CC3.0 and presentation template from slidescarnival

GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 5: Primary and Secondary Data

Clear very visual presentation covering: 1. Primary and Secondary Data 2. Advantages and disadvantages of each 3. Examples of primary and secondary data 4. Methods of collecting data to include a) Questionnaires b) interviews .... and the advantages and disadvantages to each and problems for each of these. Images CC3.0 and presentation template from slidescarnival

Statistics: Normal Distribution Bundle (4 Lessons) - Perfect for S1 and S2

This is four excellent lessons. All the lessons are approximately 25 slides and should be enough for a long double A-Level lesson (1hr 40 - 2hours) Lesson 1 - Standard Normal / Introduction Lesson 2 - Non Standard / Standardizing Lesson 3 - Backwards and Problems Lesson 4 - Approximation for Binomial Distribution NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources! As always please RATE and FEEDBACK (comments good or bad) thank you!

Statistics: (S1) Normal Distribution 3 - Backwards and Further Problems (+ worksheets)

This is the third of four lessons on the normal distribution, which builds on the first two lessons. This is your A/A* material, looking at different types of questions and problems. This is an excellent resource, with lots and lots of excellent teaching slides, 21 slides. Specifically, this lesson is for teaching about how to work backwards and different questions. It does touch on linear combinations, so I recommend teaching that first (also available from my shop) and looks in detail at little issues/ mistakes that people can make. This is a vital lesson for your top end students and gives less able students more time to practise the normal distribution. I have therefore included two worksheets (exam questions) aimed at different abilities students and then come with accompanying mark schemes. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources! As always please RATE and FEEDBACK (comments good or bad) thank you!

Mann-Whitney U Test

A power point showing how and when to use the Mann-Whitney U statistical test and an worksheet guiding the students though calculating it using a geographical example. Includes teacher answer sheet. Great for teaching both old and New (2016) specification A level or AS level geography - designed for Edexcel but matches requirements of other specs such as AQA. Can also be used as an introduction to the test for biology, maths, psychology lessons etc.

Use Data to Draw Inferences - 7.SP.2

Collect and utilize multiple samples of data to make generalizations about a population. Attention should be paid to variations in the samples Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Lesson is complete - NO PREP. Editable version included. Objectives: - Make inferences based on of multiple random samples - Answer questions regarding populations and sampling - Determine total population based on samples - Make predictions regarding total populations - Describe a model for sampling dependent on population Includes 6 practice pages and answer keys. Aligned with NCCS Math - 7.SP.2 Visit commoncoremath.net for additional help.

Statistics: (S2) Normal distribution 4 - Approximation for the Binomial Distribution (+ worksheet)

This is the fourth of a series of lessons on the normal distribution. It is applicable for S2 in the UK, but international A-Level has this as a part of the S1 specification. 26 slides. This lesson needs to proceed lessons on the binomial and normal distributions, both available as a lesson in my shop. Specifically, this lesson is for teaching when to use the normal distribution as an approximation for a binomial distribution. It looks at why we use and looks in a lot of detail at common mistakes pupil's make in order for pupil's to avoid doing it and I have had excellent results on this topic using this resource. I have used the PowerPoint slides to structure the lesson and includes plenty of examples, superb teaching slides with lots of custom animation, keywords, learning objectives, differentiated questions and basic plenary. NOTE: Feel free to browse my resources for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.

A2 Full Notes for Hypothesis Testing

***IF YOU LIKE THIS PLEASE CHECK OUT MY OTHER UNITS FOR A2 MATHS. BUY EACH UNIT SEPARATELY OR GET THE WHOLE PACK FOR £10!*** These are my teaching notes for the CIE A2 Statistics Hypothesis Testing Unit. They include: - Continuous and Discrete Hypothesis Testing - Type I and II errors for both Continuous and Discrete distributions - Approximating a discrete distribution with continuous and then testing I've also included some powerpoints I use to introduce and then summarise and review the whole topic Notes include examples and explanations - essentially everything you would hope your students to copy down during the unit. The textbook exercise references are for the Nelson Mathematics Probability and Statistics Text (978-1-4085-1563-1). Which I highly recommend as an excellent text and which as been endorsed by Cambridge. Any other textbook references are indicated in the notes. Great for beginning teachers and also useful for students who are absent as you can print out a copy for their notes