## Statistics Project

### Researching One and Two Variable Data

- The Statistics Project will consist of researching one and two variable data using the tools acquired in Units 1 & 2 to answer a topic question, which you will create.
- You will find data and perform statistics calculations in Microsoft Excel and follow up with a written report to be completed in Micorosoft Word. You will be given approximately 10 periods in the library to complete a large portion of the work.
**All mathematical calculations are to be completed using technology through Microsoft Excel.**- The written report and excel file will be handed in
**electronically**through the hand-in folder at school.

RESOURCES |
DESCRIPTION |

Statistics Project: Proposal (PDF) | This ADOBE READER (.pdf) document outlines your proposal for your Statistics Project. |

Statistics Project: Proposal (DOCX) | This MICROSOFT WORD (.docx) document outlines your proposal for your Statistics Project. |

Statistics Project: Expectations (PDF) | This ADOBE READER (.pdf) document contains all of the expectations for your Statistics Project including a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Expectations (DOCX) | This MICROSOFT WORD (.docx) document contains all of the expectations for your Statistics Project including a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Expectations (NOTEBOOK) | This SMART Notebook (.notebook) document contains all of the expectations for your Statistics Project including a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Expectations (PDF) | This ADOBE READER (.pdf) document contains all of the expectations for your Statistics Project excluding a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Expectations (DOCX) | This MICROSOFT WORD (.docx) document contains all of the expectations for your Statistics Project excluding a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Rubric (PDF) | This ADOBE READER (.pdf) document contains the marking scheme for your Statistics Project including a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Rubric (DOCX) | This MICROSOFT WORD (.docx) document contains the marking scheme for your Statistics Project including a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Rubric for Marking Digitally (DOCX) | This MICROSOFT WORD (.docx) document contains the marking scheme for your Statistics Project including a presentation component with space to mark projects digitally. |

Statistics Project: Rubric (NOTEBOOK) | This SMART NOTEBOOK (.notebook) document contains the marking scheme for your Statistics Project including a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Rubric (PDF) | This ADOBE READER (.pdf) document contains the marking scheme for your Statistics Project excluding a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Rubric (DOCX) | This MICROSOFT WORD (.docx) document contains the marking scheme for your Statistics Project excluding a presentation component. |

Statistics Project: Rubric for Marking Digitally (DOCX) | This MICROSOFT WORD (.docx) document contains the marking scheme for your Statistics Project excluding a presentation component with space to mark projects digitally. |

Statistics Project: Presentation Sign-Up Sheet (DOCX) | This MICROSOFT WORD (.docx) document is a presentation sign-up sheet to organize when students will present their project. |

Student Exemplar: Written Report | Student Exemplar Written Report for you to use as a reference when attempting to answer your main and sub-topic questions. |

Student Exemplar: Excel Data Tables | Student Exemplar Excel file for you to use as a reference when collecting data for your project. |

Student Exemplar: Marked Rubric | Student Exemplar Marked Rubric for you to use as a reference to compare your finished product with that of an excellent project. |

## Probability Project

### Creating a Fair Casino Game

- The Probability Project will consist of creating a casino style game using the tools acquired in Units 3 through 7, with virtually no limitations. While new casinos are mainly online nowadays, they still follow the same basic mathematical principles which you can teach your students. In fact, you might want to learn about the technologies used behind these online casino games and see if you can incorporate them into your lesson. There’s an interesting article about this on the Mighty Gadget website (visit page), for example.
- There is only a written portion to this project. This project is much smaller than the Statistics Project, so you will be given approximately 4 periods in the library to complete a large portion of the work.
**All mathematical calculations are to be completed using technology. Microsoft Excel is recommended for calculations, graphs, and other data manipulations.**

RESOURCES |
DESCRIPTION |

Probability Project: Expectations | This Microsoft Word (.doc) document contains all of the expectations for your Probability Project. |

Probability Project: Rubric | This Microsoft Word (.doc) document contains the marking scheme for your Probability Project. |