Key Lesson 6.8.7 Using Histograms to Answer Statistical Questions
Lesson topic: Using histograms to describe data
- Teacher guide
- Practice Problems resource
- CCRS standard: 6.SP.1, 6.SP.2, 6.SP.4, 6.SP.5b
- Learning goal: Compare and contrast (in writing) histograms that represent two different data sets measuring the same quantity. Critique (orally) a description of a distribution, recognizing that there are multiple valid ways to describe its center and spread. Describe (orally and in writing) the distribution shown on a histogram, including making claims about the center and spread.
- 6.8 Assessment and Practice Problems
If students need additional lessons before this key lesson, use these supplemental lessons.
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