Show What You Know!
Looking at Data
Now, it is time to show what you know! You will create one of the following:
ü A brochure
ü A poster display
ü A web page
ü A multi-media presentation (i.e. Power Point etc.)
Present to the class and school community to demonstrate what you have learned and gained from the texts studied in this unit. You will use your data from the class polling homework assignment. Below is a suggested format to follow as you create your final project.
Check with your teacher before you begin to make sure you are headed in the right direction.
Keep in mind the Essential Questions:
Ø How would you represent your data?
Ø What information can you gather from your data?
Section One: What, Where, How, and Why?
You should try to answer the following questions in this section:
What is your poll question?
In your opinion, were your results surprising?
Explain why you feel this way.
Section Two: Representation and Measurement of Data
Show how you represented your data. Give an explanation of why you felt that representation was the best way to show your data. Then explain each measure of your data (mode, median, range).
Section Three: Conclusion
You should include a brief section summarizing all the information you have learned and any final thoughts. Questions to think about include:
How is collecting data important in the real world?
Give one example of data collection you have witnessed and the importance of that specific data.