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2. Content Overview: Identifying likely outcomes and sample space

3. 2009 Virginia Standards of Learning

6.16 The student will compare and contrast dependent and independent events

4. Instructional Objective: Students will understand the likelihood of an event happening

given an event

5. Assessment Plan:

Learning Objective UKD# How will it be assessed?

Students will be able to understand U1 Whiteboards/Games

outcomes of an event.

Students will be able to determine D1 Whiteboards/ Exit ticket/ informal

the likelihood of an event. observation

Students will know how to K1 Whiteboards/Games

determine the probability of an

event happening.

6. Materials Needed:

Math Worksheets/Notebook

4x6 Index Cards

Dice

Marbles/Bags

7. Hook/warm up: What is the likely hood of me rolling a dice and getting a heads?

What is the likely hood of me rolling a dice and getting a 7? Or how about a 4?

8. Closure: What I want you to think about today and tonight is how you can use probability

to help you in your daily life.

9. Lesson Body and Sequence:

Time Allocated Mathematical Tasks Used, Teacher Anticipated student comments,

Thoughts/Actions/Questions Questions, Actions, and Strategies

4 min The class will start off with an Students will write down on the

entrance slip. The teacher will have index card their idea of what

two questions written on the board. probability is. Then will then write

1.) What do you think Probability is? down what they think is the

chance of rolling a 6 on a die. If

2.) If I roll a dice, what is the chance they do not know of the likelihood

that it will land on a 6? of rolling a 6 or what probability

Students shall write down their is, then they may leave it blank.

interpretation of what probability is Students may ask what probability

on their index card and then write is, but the teacher shall refrain

down the chance of rolling a six on a from answering till after the index

dice. If students do not have an cards are put away.

answer for either than they may leave

it blank.

cards when finished to use the other

side as an exit ticket at the end of

class.

10 min Teacher will go over what theoretical Students will listen and ask

probability is as the chance that some questions they may have about

event will occur. The teacher will likelihood of events happening and

convey that probability is a ratio of the total number of events

favorable outcomes over the total possible. Students will answer

amount of possible outcomes and that questions about the likelihood of

it is some number between 0 and 1. events happening. Students will

Teacher will go over practice then answer questions on page 2 of

problems on page 2 of math notebook the math notebook as the teacher

and students will walk the teacher goes through them.

through the questions.

5 min Students will work on problems 11- Students shall complete questions

16 on page 3 of the math notebook. 11-16 individually to the best of

Students should work individually on their ability. If they have questions

the problems but may ask for help they may ask for help from the

from the person sitting next to them teacher or the person sitting next

or the teacher. to them.

3 min Teacher will go over and check Students will share their answers

problems 11-16 on the board. for questions 11-16 as the teacher

Teacher will also address any goes over them. Students may

misconceptions or problems with write their answer on the

understanding that any student might whiteboard and hold it up for the

have. Teacher may ask students to teacher to see.

write their answer on a whiteboard

and hold them up for quick

assessment.

1 min Teacher will pass out dice and marble Students will stay quiet and patient

activities for the students to play with as the materials get passed out.

to better their understanding of

outcome of events.

8 min The teacher will divide the students Students will have two minutes at

up into 4 groups. Two groups will be each station. Students will answer

doing dice probability problems and the question provided and then do

the other two will be doing marble the activity to see if their answer

probability problems. matches the actual results of

rolling the dice and or picking a

(2 min) 1 die- What is the likelihood marble out of a bag. Students will

of rolling a 4? Make a list of all tally their results of the outcomes

possible outcomes. Roll the dice and at each station.

tally your result after each roll.

of rolling a sum of 7 with the two

dice? (Think of how many ways you

can roll a 7). Make a list of all the

possible outcomes. Roll the dice and

tally your result after each roll.

bag of marbles of different colors. It

contains 1 clear, 7 red, and 15 blue

marbles. What is the probability of

picking a marble and it being clear?

Make a list of all possible outcomes

and tally your result after each pull.

Place the marble back into the bag

after each try.

bag of marbles of different colors. It

contains 4 clear, 8 red, and 9 blue

marbles. What is the probability of

picking a marble and it being blue?

Make a list of all possible outcomes

and tally your result after each pull.

Place the marble back into the bag

after each try.

3 min Exit Ticket- Students will answer Students will answer the questions

three questions on the back side of posted on the board on the

their index card before leaving the backside of their index cards

classroom. before leaving the class. Students

1. What is probability? should answer to the best of their

2. Give an example of an event that is ability and may ask for

impossible to occur. clarification for any of the

3. There is a 75% chance of it raining questions.

tomorrow. Should I take an umbrella

with me to the JMU football game?

10. Diversity Plan: By using the whiteboards I hope to keep everyone engaged. This also

allows me to see exactly who understands and who does not. I can use this information to clarify

any misconceptions that students may have. They games provide a fun way for the students to

learn and to stay engaged. It also allows me to walk around the classroom and check in on

individual students and get a feel for how students are doing with the material.

1 die-What is the likelihood of rolling a 4? Make a list of all possible

outcomes. Roll the dice and tally your result after each roll.

2 dice- What is the likelihood of rolling a sum of 7 with the two dice?

(Think of how many ways you can roll a 7). Make a list of all the

possible outcomes. Roll the dice and tally your result after each roll.

1 clear, 7 red, and 15 blue marbles. What is the probability of picking a

marble and it being clear? Make a list of all possible outcomes and tally

your result after each pull. Place the marble back into the bag after each

try.

4 clear, 8 red, and 9 blue marbles. What is the probability of picking a

marble and it being blue? Make a list of all possible outcomes and tally

your result after each pull. Place the marble back into the bag after each

try.

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