Advanced statistics teaching resources: Binomial distribution

Resources and ideas for mathematics, advanced statistics, binomial distribution, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Mathematics Statistics 1 Lessons

Mathematics Statistics 1 Lessons

Mathematics Statistics 1 LessonsThis is a set of lessons for S1 Statistics 1 A level Mathematics. The resources includes Powerpoints.Powerpoint include:Learning objectivesQuestions on the topicImportant information written in red boxes to scaffold learning. Topics:IntroductionAveragesMeasures of SpreadCorrelationRegression ProbabilityBinomialNormal TheoryConfidence Interval Revision PoissonI hope you enjoy these lessons, they can be used in the following ways:To deliver a course with reduced planning but not reducing quality of the lesson.As a basis for an observation lesson to save time preparing resources.To give to students for out of lesson learning.To support teachers who are new to this topic, again to reduce planning time.As a bases for your own lessons where you can include exam questions to each presentation.As an activity where the questions can be printed and cut out.

By n_s4

Probability distributions, IBSL

Probability distributions, IBSL

Presentations for IB Standard level Mathematics covering the following objectives:Concept of discrete random variables and their probability distributions.Expected value for dicrete data.Binomial distribution and its mean and variance.Normal distribution, Standardization of normal variables, and inverse normal calculations

By oralhurt

Expected values and variance of the binomial distribution

Expected values and variance of the binomial distribution

Power Point presentation, 6 slides, Explaining how to calculate the expected values in a binomial distribution, which is the mean and how to calculate the Variance and standard deviation, based on Mathematics IB Standard level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlSjhvcmxid3pXZzQ/view?usp=sharing

By oralhurt

Statistics and Probability

Statistics and Probability

Discrete and continuous random variables, expectation algebra, chi-squares and goodness of fit, hypothesis testing, confidence levels CLT and distribution of sample means..

By bgm2016

Binomial Distribution

Binomial Distribution

Lesson, example sheet and questions on the Binomial Distribution.Useful for GCSE Statistics mainly as it builds up slowly but can also be used as an introduction for alevel.

By MissMather

KS4 maths bundle

KS4 maths bundle

Multiplying fractionsArea and perimeter gcse higher - problem SolvingQuadratics etcAll used with year 11 higher classRRP £45 - sale for £25

By stefmathssparkle

Binomial Distribution

Binomial Distribution

A presentation that shows learners how to use binomial distribution techniques to solve probability questions. It shows learners how to use the binomial formula and the binomial tables and also how to find the mean and variance of binomial distributions.SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

By al_robinson76

Probability - Mutual exclusive, addition rule, binomial and tree diagrams

Probability - Mutual exclusive, addition rule, binomial and tree diagrams

Selection of probability presentations showing the learners how to use different probability skills. These presentations are aimed at aimed at GCSE and A level stats.SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

By al_robinson76

Statistics: BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION (2 or 3 Lessons) - perfect for A-Level

Statistics: BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION (2 or 3 Lessons) - perfect for A-Level

This presentation contains 2 or 3 whole lessons, depending on the amount of time you have per lesson for A-Level! Specifically this lesson is for teaching ... what is the binomial distribution, the criteria for using it, understanding where the formula comes from and ultimately using the formula to calculate probabilities. I have used the PowerPoint slides to structure the lesson, the first PPT takes pupils through an engaging investigation to really get to grips with what the binomial distribution is and beginning to use the formula. The second one even though shorter starts to look at the criteria for the binomial distribution and three examples of questions to go through. The first PPT. goes through a very specific and detailed explanation about the various parts/ bits of the formula and notation. I have found both these PPT's to be a very effective way of getting ALL pupils to understand the binomial distribution and feel confident in using the formula for questions. NOTE: Feel free to visit my shop for many more excellent free and premium resources and please rate and feedback as it is very helpful. thanks.

By ajf43

Statistics: Expectation and variance for a binomial distribution PPT

Statistics: Expectation and variance for a binomial distribution PPT

This is a PowerPoint (lesson two) to go with the previous PowerPoint on expectation and variance to build on looking at how to link the variance and expectation for binomial distributions. The PowerPoint mainly looks at building on understanding and why the formula's work and how to use it.

By ajf43

Binomial distribution

Binomial distribution

Power Point presentation, 18 slides, Explaining how to use the GDC to calculate probabilities from binomial distributions, based on IB Mathematical Standard Level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point click the link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OldUNwRGhzMzV2Qlk/view?usp=sharing

By oralhurt

The ultimate Mathematics International Baccalaureate Standard Level Revision Pack

The ultimate Mathematics International Baccalaureate Standard Level Revision Pack

I have split the entire course into 10 lessons (content includes much more!). Each lesson includes a bank of exam questions related to the topics with answers; a PowerPoint; Extra questions; and a 20 minute test. The tests are written from the "Extra questions" so be aware if you are using the "Extra Questions" in class. Easily more than 10 lessons worth but use it as you choose. I revised one lesson, tested (and peer marked) the next lesson and began the revision for the following section. *** 100s of exam questions ****** 10 revision lesson PowerPoints ****** 10 mini tests ***

By bdsouza1

Statistics: Normal distribution as an approximation for the binomial distribution PPT

Statistics: Normal distribution as an approximation for the binomial distribution PPT

This presentation contains 1 or 2 whole lessons, depending on the amount of time you have per lesson for A-Level! Specifically this lesson is for teaching ... what is the binomial distribution and normal distribution and how and when to use the normal distribution as an approximation for a binomial distribution. I have used the PowerPoint slides to structure the lesson, and included plenty of examples etc... and I have found to be a great resource to help pupils understand and make excellent progress.

By ajf43

MEI stats 2 power point presentation

MEI stats 2 power point presentation

This presentation covers the Poisson distribution, The normal distribution, samples and hypothesis testing and Bivariate data. Including approximations and hints and tips. The resource is also extremely useful just before exams if printed out as flash cards to induce mathematical thinking before students enter an exam

By longe01

OCR S1 on a page

OCR S1 on a page

Summary of OCR Statistics 1 module.Could be printed back to back as an aide-memiore, or single sided for display.

By ic_wilson

Probability and Discrete Random Rariables International Baccalaureate Standard Level

Probability and Discrete Random Rariables International Baccalaureate Standard Level

Enormous powerpoint (107 slides) that covers chapters 22 and 23. Everything can be taught directly from the Powerpoint with example questions and practise questions all included on the slides. Also filled with different interesting probability facts and activities to make the teaching and learning more interesting. This includes Explainations of "The Monty Hall problem", "The Birthday problem", "Penny's game" and many others integrated into the powerpoint with the appropriate topics.

By bdsouza1

Poisson or Binomial

Poisson or Binomial

11 questions in which students have to decide whether the distribution is Poisson or Binomial. Could be used with mini-whiteboards. The animation reveals the correct answer on each slide.

By mrsmorgan1

AQA S1 Past Paper Revision

AQA S1 Past Paper Revision

A differentiated, PowerPoint-formatted version of all the 2006-2014 S1 past paper questions for AQA A-Level Statistics, listed by topics.Green - questions that appear towards the beginning of the paper (easy)Amber - questions that appear in the middle of the paper (medium)Red - questions that appear towards the end of the paper (hard)Any feedback would be appreciated and please let me know if there are any mistakes with the animations etc. Enjoy!Emma

By wattsemma

Statistics 2 - 15 min exam question challenges

Statistics 2 - 15 min exam question challenges

A collection of exam question challenges for the Edexcel Statistics 2 specification. Each worksheet consists of 2 or 3 sets of questions arranged in difficulty order. Each set of questions should take between 15-20 minutes to complete. How they are used can be up to the teacher, I have used these as either starter or plenary activities during review lessons where students are given a choice of which set of questions to complete in the 15 minute time limit. Then in pairs or groups work through any problems they may have encountered.

By aliali

New inverse binomial on TI Nspire OS 4.4

New inverse binomial on TI Nspire OS 4.4

In the latest OS 4.4 on TI Nspire there is a new feature called inverse binomial. It allows to find the number of trials given cumulative probability. This and some other GDC tricks can be found in the attached worksheet.

By bgm2016

Binomial and Poisson Topic Mat

Binomial and Poisson Topic Mat

A mat to summarise key concepts from the S2 topics Binomial/Poisson Distributions (Edexcel). I also include a suggestion for how the mat could be filled out. I usually use it as a plenary – ask the pupils for the key ideas from the lesson and collectively fill in sections over a sequence of lessons. At the end of a topic they have a topic mat from which to revise from. I also photocopy them on different coloured paper so they act as dividers in students’ folders.I am creating these resources as part of an action research project at my school looking at preparation for improving students retention across a two year linear course and trying to bring the science of memory into the classroom. If you have used these resources and have any comments/feedback/ideas please comment or contact me - thanks!

By GemmaLinnell

Using a Graphical Calculator - AQA S1

Using a Graphical Calculator - AQA S1

A series of 5 information sheets which show students how to use the Casio Fx calculator to answer questions in the AQA S1 Statistics exams5 worksheets- Numerical Methods (finding mean and standard deviation)- Binomial probability- Normal Distribution probability- Calculating Confidence Intervals- Correlation and Regression.Really useful for students notes and revision

By whistleandsums

S1 Revision Learning Grid

S1 Revision Learning Grid

Students work in pairs and roll a pair of dice to select the question they should answer. Some squares indicate they should answer an exam question (these range in difficulty so you can differentiate for each pair) and some squares indicate they should be an examiner and mark other students answers. Contains a mixture of questions covered in AQA S1.23/03/16 Error in the answers has been corrected.

By hannahlees