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Incorporating Statistics into Biology
File Name scc2014.introhypotheses.pptx
Data Type diagram, graphs, photograph, movie, presentation, lesson plan, document
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File Size 19.44 MB - 1 file
Expert Level High School (Grade 9-12)
Contributor Lynn Waterhouse
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Resource Matrix Fish and Benthic Life in the Oceans
Incorporating Statistics into Biology: Chi-square, sampling, estimation, and interpretation
This is a 4 part unit meant to be spread throughout the year. The units introduce and then incorporate statistical skills into the biology curriculum. The students will collect data, develop hypotheses, analyze the data, and learn all the skills required for the AP Biology exam, and learn some additional ecological sampling techniques. There are 4 primary lessons and numerous handouts that can be used as quizzes or as homework assignments. Topics covered include hypotheses, sampling, chi-square analysis, density, mean, total abundance, standard deviation, and balancing systems, quadrat sampling and additional ecological techniques.

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