## Bell Ringer

* Make a copy of Student Reflection #14

* Answer questions #1 and #2 on Student Reflection 14

1) In a two-way table, what are the marginal frequencies?

2) How do you find percentages?

3) Get out your homework to check

Wednesday - Progress Check (Two-Way Tables)

Thursday - Scatter Plot/Two-Way Table Assessment

* Answer questions #1 and #2 on Student Reflection 14

1) In a two-way table, what are the marginal frequencies?

2) How do you find percentages?

3) Get out your homework to check

__IMPORTANT DATES:__Wednesday - Progress Check (Two-Way Tables)

Thursday - Scatter Plot/Two-Way Table Assessment

## Learning Targets

I can determine if a scatter plot has a positive, negative or no correlation.

I can create a scatter plot, draw a line of best fit and draw a conclusion about the trend of data.

I can create a scatter plot, draw a line of best fit and draw a conclusion about the trend of data.

**I can create and interpret two way tables of data.**## Learning Rotations

## Group Activity

* Get out your Social Media Data

* Create a Two-Way Table of the data

* Create a 5 question quiz about your two-way table

* At least two questions should be percent quetions

* Include the answers

* Hand in when finished

* Create a Two-Way Table of the data

* Create a 5 question quiz about your two-way table

* At least two questions should be percent quetions

* Include the answers

* Hand in when finished

## Reflection and Practice

* Complete the "reflection" slide on Student Reflection #14

__EXIT TICKET:__

15 out of 35 students in my homeroom wanted the Eagles to win. What percentage of students wanted the Eagles to win?__PRACTICE/HOMEWORK:__

pg. 391 (#11a, 11b, 11c)