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Samantha Colman

School

Greenwood High School

Date/Time of Lesson

Observer

Woody Nivens

Subject/Grade Level

Probability and Statistics/ 11-12

Cooperating Teacher

Woody Nivens

Description of Lesson

In this lesson I will teach the students about range and standard deviation. I will explain the definitions and demonstrate

how to find the range and standard deviation of a set of data. Then the students will practice finding the range and standard

deviation.

Lesson Plan Component

Lesson Topic/Title

Description

What is Range and Standard Deviation?

NCTM: Data Analysis and Probability- Formulate questions that can be addressed with data collect, organize, and display

relevant

data to answer them compute basic statistics and understand the distinction between a statistic and a parameter

National Standard(s): List the number and write the

standard; i.e., IRA/NCTE, NCSS, NCTM, MENC,

SC Curriculum Standard: S-ID (Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative Data) Summarize, represent, and interpret data

NAFME

on a single count or measurement variable

SC Curriculum Standard(s): List the number and

SC Academic Indicator(s): List the number and

write the indicator

SC Academic Indicator: 2. Use statistics appropriate to the shape of the data distribution to compare center(median,

mean) and spread(interquartile range, standard deviation) of two or more different data sets

Cross-Curricular Connections

subject areas

Instructional Objectives

Students will be able to find the range of a data set by hand and with a calculator

end of the lesson?

Students will be able to find the (population/sample) variance and (population/sample)standard deviation of a

data set by hand and using a calculator

Objectives should be observable and

measureable

Description

SC Standards- S-ID 3

Pencils

Notebook

Graphing Calculator- Students will use the calculator to solve range and standard deviation of sets of data using

another method other than by hand

participate in their learning experience according to

the following developmental needs:

Social

o

Cognitive

o Thinking about any connections to previous knowledge

Physical

o Able to write

o Able to use a calculator

Emotional

o Be open to learning

each objective addresses; i.e., NCSS 1, SC

GS-6.1

Materials/Resources

lesson; e.g., pencils, notebook, selected

reading(s), video, PowerPoint...

If digital technology will be integrated in

the lesson to enhance the learning

experience, address how.

Social

Cognitive

Physical

Emotional

Accommodations

rates of learning (early finishers/slowerpaced learners), learning styles, and any

relevant diversities?

What accommodations will be made for

students with special needs?

References

th

I will have the definition and an example of a range and standard deviation on the Promethean Board. I will vocally say

what I am writing or what is on the board. This will accommodate all types of learners. I will give time between each step

before moving on to make sure the students understand the content. If there are any students with special needs, they

will be included in the accommodations as well.

Larson, R., & Farber, B. (2012). Measures of Variation. In Elementary statistics: Picturing the world (5th

ed., pp. 80-99). Boston, MA: Prentice Hall.

th

preparing the lesson. Citations should be in APA, 6

2

Description

edition format.

Procedures

Introduction: Today we are going to learn about range and standard deviation. You will be able to find the range and

standard deviation of any set of data by the end of the lesson. I expect you to pay attention to the lesson as I teach you

about range and standard deviation, answer questions if I ask them as directed, and listen to all of my instructions.

Motivation

Grouping

Instructional Strategies (steps in the lesson) Body: We are going to first look at what the range is of a set of data and then the standard deviation.

to include questioning techniques and

Range:

lesson closure

The definitiono The range of a data set is the difference between the maximum and minimum data entries in the

set. To find the range the data must be quantitative:

Range = (Maximum Value)- (Minimum Value)

o Example 1 (I will demonstrate with this problem)

o (Variation of Problem 27 on page 117)The mileages (in thousands of miles) for a rental car

companys fleet are listed. Find the range of the set of data.

4, 2, 9, 12, 15, 3, 6, 8, 1, 4, 14, 12, 3, 3

o Students will work Example 1 on page 80 solve both Corporations range

o Answer for A is 10

o Answer for B is 35

Answer 15 1 14

Standard Deviation:

The definitiono

population variance

Population standard deviation

(x )

N

o The sample standard deviation of a sample data set of n entries is

Description

Sample standard deviation

s s

2

( x x)

n 1

1. Find the mean

2.

3.

4.

Sum up squares

5.

6.

Take the square root to get the standard deviation

While working on the steps have them first look at it and have them figure out why you have to square the

deviation

o First work it out without squaring the deviation to see what the students get when solving the

problem to realize that they will end up with 0 and that is not the answer. The have to square each

term then sum the answers to get a number that is not 0.

o Example 1 ( I will demonstrate this problem)

o The ages of a college level math class at Lander University are 21,25,20,21,27 what is the population

standard deviation of their age

Description

Age

Mean

Deviation

Square

Deviation

Age

Mean

Deviation

xx

Square

Deviation

21

22.8

-1.8

3.24

21

22.8

-1.8

3.24

25

22.8

2.2

4.84

25

22.8

2.2

4.84

20

22.8

-2.8

7.84

20

22.8

-2.8

7.84

21

22.8

-1.8

3.24

21

22.8

-1.8

3.24

27

22.8

4.2

17.64

27

22.8

4.2

17.64

x 0 ( x )

x x 0 ( x x)

= 36.8

(x )

N

= 36.8

= 7.36

s2

( x x)

n 1

= 9.2

s 2 = 3.03

= 2.71

Answer is

o Example 2

o For test scores are given. The scores are 96, 85, 91, 86 find the population standard deviation for

the test scores.

o Answer is 4.387482194

Description

Calculator:

1. Turn on calculator

2. Press STAT button

3. Make sure EDIT is highlighted the press ENTER

4. If numbers are in L1 press up arrow then press CLEAR

5. Then press down arrow

st

6. Enter 1 number and press ENTER

7. Then enter the rest of the number pressing enter after each entry

ND

8. Once all numbers are in L1 press 2 MODE

9. Press STAT

10. Press right arrow to go to CALC

11. Highlight 1-Var Stats

12. Press Enter

13. Make sure List:L1 is on the list line

14. Then press ENTER twice

15. This screen shows all information

Show students how to solve for range and standard deviation with the calculator

Let them work a previous example with a calculator to see if they were able to get the same answer as

before.

Conclusion:

Today we have learned how to solve for range and standard deviation by hand and with a calculator. For more practice

try problems 1,4, and 11-14 on page 90 for homework. Do problem 11 and 13 by hand and with a calculator.

What assessment(s) will you use to determine what

students learned and achieved during the lesson?

The assessment(s) must be aligned with

instructional objectives.

Observe if students understand the definition and process to solve range and standard deviation by looking

around the room

Ask them questions about previous knowledge they should know and the new information

Let them work examples in class and walk around to see if they are understand how to solve the range and

standard deviation

Warm-Up based on the homework to see if the students retain the information on their own the next day

Evaluation of Lesson

6

Description

well? What would you like to improve? What

adjustments will be made in succeeding lessons?

Notes: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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