### Census at School

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## The Vitruvian theory-does it apply to you? – Grades 9-12 Teacher’s lesson plan

Downloadable versions of this activity are available in the following formats: (RTF format, PDF format) Preparation Time required Allow at least two lessons for this activity. Students may complete it for homework or continue with it in the next class. Students … Continue reading

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## Recycling in Canada – Teachers notes

Downloadable versions of this activity are available in the following formats: (RTF format, PDF format) Teacher’s notes Objectives Students will: participate in a class survey that includes questions on household environmental practices; assess the degree of their household’s environmental responsibility; analyse … Continue reading

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## The Vitruvian theory-does it apply to you? – Grades 4-8 Teacher’s lesson plan

Downloadable versions of this activity are available in the following formats: (RTF format, PDF format) Preparation Time required Allow at least 60 minutes for this lesson. It could take up to three separate sessions, depending on your students and the depth … Continue reading

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## Relationships between variables – Teachers notes

Downloadable versions of this activity are available in the following formats: (RTF format, PDF ) Teacher’s notes This activity allows students to determine whether or not a relationship exists between two variables. It also allows students to consider the importance of … Continue reading

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## Exploring Linear Function Models (Grade 9 – Ontario) Student Handout

A downloadable version of this activity is available in the following format: (RTF format) Over the next few days, you will be completing an online census questionnaire requesting data from an online random data selector modelling data with linear functions … Continue reading

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## Exploring Linear Function Models (Grade 9 -Ontario) Teacher Support

A downloadable version of this activity is available in the following format: (RTF) First day Setting the stage: The Census at School story The Census at School project started in the United Kingdom (U.K.) in 2000 as a way of … Continue reading

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## Investigating sampling Part 2: Confidence intervals Teacher’s notes

A downloadable version of this activity is available in the following format: (RTF format, PDF format) Purpose The purpose of this activity is to investigate the relationship between the standard error and the population standard deviation. Outcomes This activity will teach … Continue reading

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## Investigating sampling Part 2: Confidence intervals Student worksheet

A downloadable version of this activity is available in the following format: (RTF format, PDF format) 1. Normal distribution Let’s look again at the data from our 100 different samples of 20 heights (see Appendix A). Recall: Mean of the sample means … Continue reading

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## Investigating sampling Part 1: Variations in samples Teacher’s notes

A downloadable version of this activity is available in the following format: (RTF format, PDF format) Purpose The purpose of this activity is to investigate the relationship between the mean of a population and the mean of the sample means. Outcomes … Continue reading

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## Handout 2: Different numbers of samples and different sample sizes

A downloadable version of this activity is available in the following format: (RTF format, PDF format) 1. Dataset N= 100 Mean: Standard deviation: 2. 100 samples n = 30 Mean: Standard deviation: = 1.87734 3. 500 samples n = 30 Mean: Standard deviation: = … Continue reading

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