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Grade 8 Math - Week Six

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8th grade Math

Week 6 May 11 - May 15

Weekly Packet

Math Objectives:Students will be able to:

Organize bivariate categorical data into ascatter plot andtwo-way table.
Calculate row and column relative frequencies and interpret them in context.

Online Instructional Lessons, Notes and Practice
for Square Roots and Cube Roots:
Univariate and Bivariate Data
Scatter Plots

IXL:Access through CleverforUnlimited Practice
8thgrade(level J)*NEWCC. Create scatter plots
8th grade(level J)CC.15Identify trends with scatter plots
8th grade (level J) *New EE. Find probabilities using two-way frequency tables

Math Fluency Games:
Eureka Card Games: Fluency of the four operations
Instructions in EnglishInstrucciones en Español
Empower One A Day: Pack 2- Fluency Practice
8thgrade:Multiplication War or Exponent Battle

EurekaModule 6 Lesson 13:
Lesson13Teacher Edition-Notes and answers to Student Work and Exit Ticket.Students can check answers first then try towork towards the solution.
Lesson13Student Work
Lesson13Exit Ticket
Parent Tip SheetConsejos Para Padres

GuidedPractice:

HOLT Reteach– Questionsand solutions

HOLT Practice A–Questions and solutions

InstructionalVideos:
Khan Academy Instruction:Constructing a scatter plot
Khan Academy Instruction: Example of direction in scatterplots
Khan Academy Instruction:Two-way frequency tables and Venn diagrams

Online Games
Scatter Plots: 2 Level Online Game

Create Frequency Charts: 2 Level Online Game

Enrichment/Challenge:
HOLTChallenge–Questions and solutions

Assessments:
Self Assessment:1)What are 3 concepts I learned this week?2)What 3 questions do I still have?3)On a score of 1 to 10 what score would I give myself?
Edulastic Assessment and Key:Covers Two-Way Tables only.Answer all questions before checking answer key.

Vocabulary

Bivariate Data Set:(description) (A bivariate data set is an ordered list of ordered pairs of data values (called data points). Data sets and bivariate data sets are both called data sets. Data values can be either numerical or categorical. If both are numerical, then the data set is called a numerical bivariate data set.)
Scatter Plot:Coordinate graphthathas points that show the relationship between two sets of data.
Two-Way Frequency Table:(description) (A two-way frequency table is a rectangular table used to summarize data on two categorical variables of a bivariate data set. The rows of the table correspond to the possible categories for one of the variables, and the columns correspond to the possible categories for the other variable. Entries in the cells of the table indicate the number of times that aparticular categorycombinationoccurs in the data set; the value is the frequency for that combination.)

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