                  Lesson Plans, Interactive Activities, Worksheets, and Links for Grades K - 12 Data Analysis and Probability

Key:  I = Introduced, D = Developing, A = State Assessed, M = Mastered

 D Interpret and make pictographs and bar graphs using concrete objects and pictured objects. D Describe events related to students experiences as likely or unlikely.

 I Pose questions and gather data to answer the questions. I Read, interpret, and construct tables using tally marks. D Construct pictographs and bar graphs. D Interpret and solve problems with tables, bar graphs, and pictographs. I Predict outcomes of events based on data gathered and displayed. M Explain whether an event is likely or unlikely.

 D Write questions and gather data to answer questions. D Interpret and construct tables using tally marks. D Construct pictographs and bar graphs. A Interpret pictographs. A Interpret bar graphs. D Read and interpret tables, bar graphs, and pictographs. D Make and justify predictions based on data gathered and displayed. D Identify all possible outcomes of a simple experiment (e.g., spinner, coin toss, and number cubes). A Determine whether an event is certain, possible, or impossible. A Determine the most likely, least likely, or equally likely outcomes in simple experiments (i.e., spinner, number or color cube). A Select all possible outcomes of a simple experiment (i.e., spinner, coin toss, number or color cube). A Solve real-world problems in which data is represented in tables.

 I Collect data using observations, surveys, and experiments. I Understand how data-collection methods could affect the results. D Construct tables, pictographs, line graphs, and bar graphs. D Interpret simple charts, tables, pictographs, line graphs, and bar graphs. A Interpret data displayed in bar graphs and pictographs. A Connect data in tables to pictographs, line graphs, or bar graphs. I Evaluate how well various representations show the collected data. D Explore and determine measures of central tendency (i.e., mean, median, and mode). A Determine the median of a data set.

 D Collect data using observations, surveys, and experiments. D Understand how data-collection methods could affect the results. A Represent and interpret data in bar graphs and pictographs. D Represent data using pictographs, bar graphs, tables, circle graphs, and line graphs. D Interpret data displayed in pictographs, bar graphs, tables, circle graphs, and line graphs. D Use measures of central tendency (i.e., mean, median, and mode). A Determine the mean, median, and mode of a data set. I Find the range of a data set. D Make predictions and justify conclusions based on data. A Make predictions based on data. D Design investigations to address a question. D Examine various graphical representations of data to evaluate how accurately the data is depicted. I Explain the importance of sample size in investigations. D Describe the likelihood or chance of events as likely, unlikely, certain, equally likely, or impossible. A Determine the most likely, least likely, or equally likely outcomes in simple experiments. D Use a sample space to predict the probability of an event. A Represent the likelihood of an event using a fractional number from zero to one. Amie Lambert Jefferson County Schools