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Digital Unit Plan Template

Unit Title: How Can We Improve Our Productivity Name: Ohbin Kwon
Content Area: Geometry Grade Level: 9th
CA Content Standard(s)/Common Core Standard(s): Using Probability to Make Decisions

Use probability to evaluate outcomes of decisions. [Introductory; apply counting rules.]

HSS-MD.B.6. (+) Use probabilities to make fair decisions (e.g., drawing by lots, using a random number generator).
HSS-MD.B.7 (+) Analyze decisions and strategies using probability concepts (e.g., product testing, medical testing, pulling a hockey
goalie at the end of a game).

Big Ideas/Unit Goals:


1. Students will be able to distinguish between theoretical and experimental probabilities.
2. Students will be able to predict and make possible decisions based on probability results.
3. Students will be able to use probabilities to test out on average if they are getting enough hours of sleep and analyze what that
says about them and their class as a whole compared to the data.

Unit Summary:
One common question asked is how much hours of sleep are we getting and if we're getting enough, where more times than not, we're
not. Through this lesson on probability, we will be diving into this content and figuring out how this can play a role in our lives and how
it can be used to help improve our productivity in many areas. Probability is defined as the likelihood of the occurrence of an event or the
chance that some particular event will occur. We will be testing out through various scenarios on what the probability is of rolling a
certain number, or the probability of a specific event occurring. Through various scenarios and practice we will be able to use probability
to see how we can use the below data on duration of sleep and how it can relate to us and come to decisions and make strategies based on
our results. We will be partaking in this experiment within our class, and with other periods too, to see if this data we receive is accurate
to the statistical data and see on a probability what the likelihood is of us getting the recommended hours of sleep on average and what
decisions we can come to from these results.
Assessment Plan:
Entry-Level: Quizlet Formative: Quiz-Quiz Trade Summative: Bar Graph Project
As we start our lesson, we want to test for Midway through the lesson, we will For this summative assessment, we will be
prior knowledge before we head into this partake in this quiz-quiz trade activity, using the bar graph we created in the
lesson. We will be taking this short quiz on where each student will get a flashcard, graphic organizer and the bar graph data of
QUIZLET with a time limit of 5 minutes. with one side having the specific question, adolescents and sleep that I have provided
From this quizlet assessment, I will be able and the back side having the answers. You on the home page to compare and contrast
to monitor and assess what each and every will all stand up, put your hands up, and both of these and answer various problems
student's understanding of basic probability, walk around looking for a partner, quiz each individually. After this has been answered,
and based on the results, we will be able to other showing only the front side, and if you will trade your assignment with a pair
move forward and go into a deeper they get it wrong, assist your partner in and you will peer review/grade each other's
understanding of probability and how it can helping them answer the question and paper based on the rubric that will be
be used in real life in today's lesson. reveal the back side with the answers. After, provided, and I will also review/grade it
trade the flashcards, hands up, new partner, after too. This will be an individual
This assignment won't be graded, however and repeat. During this activity, I will be assignment.
if they receive 90% or higher, they will walking from pair to pair, making sure
receive extra credit! everyone is participating, and if a certain Exit Slip
pair seems to be having any difficulties, I Another summative assessment I will
will be there to assist. provide is an exit slip, which is a short quiz
on today's lesson that you will answer. It
Four Corners: I will be dividing our class must be completed and turned in before you
into four groups and sending them off to exit my class, and will be given to you on a
each corner of the classroom. Within each half sheet of paper and be completed
group, I want there to be one leader individually. This will be a closed notes
assigned in making sure everyone is assignment.
participating and understanding the
directions and activity. Each corner will
have their own question to answer, and it is
their job to answer the question, and how
they received the answer they got as they
will be presenting this problem to the class
and showing how to solve and get the
correct answer. I will be moving from
corner to corner to make sure each corner
has solved this correctly before we move on
to the presentation.

Challenge Questions
During our lesson, I will pause at certain
points and assign challenge questions for
each student to work on independently. I
will assess during this time by walking
around and assisting students if they have
any questions or if they are stuck, I will try
to help steer them in the right direction. I
will provide numerous challenge questions
during lesson and even for homework too
which will be counted as extra credit.

Graphic Organizers
This will be the bar graph each student will
create online of our class and the hours of
sleep we receive, and a list of questions we
will answer on the side after the bar graph
from lesson 3. The bar graph directions can
be found in the lesson 3 tab, and this will be
done after our main lesson as the
understanding of various types of
probability and practice is needed before we
proceed on this project. This assessment
will allow me to see if the students have full
comprehension and understanding of this
content and connecting how probability can
affect our decisions in life, and how it can
be seen in the amount of sleep we get too.

Lesson 1 (Teacher Lecture)


Student Learning Acceptable Evidence Lesson Activities:
Objective: (Assessments):
Students will first partake in a quick class discussion on what they know about
Students will expand Students will be able to probability and will ask the students on if they have seen probability being used in
upon their basic complete their guided their daily lives.
understanding of notes during the
probability by learning presentation. Student will receive the guided notes and will fill it out as the teacher goes through
and becoming the presentation.
proficient in the
difference between Students will watch videos, take notes, and learn about both theoretical and
theoretical and experimental probabilities and go through practice problems both as a whole,
dependent individual, and by pairs too.
probabilities.
Students will be introduced to the data on average hours of sleep of adolescents and
Students will also gain will engage in group and whole class discussion on what this data is saying and if
some ideas through they also believe that this is true regarding their class too, and asking how probability
various examples on plays a role in this data.
how they can also see
probability in their Directions will be given on how to start this class probability experiment and
daily lives and have an students will first each jot down on the white board the average hours of sleep they
idea on how they can receive and from that they will begin to make a bar graph to compare to the data
use it to better improve given.
their lives.
*Student Guided Notes and the Presentation will be linked below in the Unit
Resources Section*

Lesson 2 (Webercise)
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence: Lesson Activities:
Objective:
Students being able to
Students will be able to complete the webercise Students will go through this webercise in order by first clicking on the first link and
navigate through that navigates them taking notes on certain vocabularies that they should familiarize themselves with.
various links and be through various links
able to further expand containing multiple
their knowledge and problems, scenarios,
understanding of types and challenge Students will click the following link which will contain various practice problems
of probabilities, and questions. for them to become even more proficient with probability and challenge them in this
being able to think final activity that they will play online and trying to predict what may occur in this
critically by predicting scenario and look at the link following that for detailed explanation on this Monty
what may occur Hall Simulation.
through various
scenarios.
*Webercise will be under the Unit Resources*

Lesson 3 (Graphic Organizer)


Student Learning Acceptable Evidence: Lesson Activities:
Objective:
Students will be able to Students will first receive the Venn Diagram and fill out the left portion of it under
Students will be able to complete both the Venn theoretical on what they will predict of the probability of our class getting the
create their own Venn Diagram and Bar Graph required 8 hours of sleep or more. They will also explain in detail for each circle on
Diagram and Bar and I will have received why they have chosen the results that they have chosen.
Graph. Students will it through email no
have a further later than 5pm. Students will now create their own Bar Graph based on the class data that we have
understanding on the just conducted and there will be an example below.
data of adolescents and
sleep and our class data After completing the bar graph, students will complete the other 2 sections of the
on sleep and what Venn Diagram and then email both the completed bar graph and Venn Diagram to me
strategies and results no later than 5pm and I will have it printed it out for you for the following day.
they can make from the
data. Check the rubric after completing to make sure you are not missing anything and
receiving the full points possible!

*Please see Unit Resources for Venn Diagram, sample bar graph, bar graph creating
site, and rubric*
Unit Resources:
Teacher Lecture :
https://prezi.com/jxtxmn9d4adw/what-is-probability/
https://www.scribd.com/document/342409214/Teacher-Lecture-Guided-Notes-1 (guided notes)

Webercise:
https://www.scribd.com/document/343130776/EDSC-304-webercise#from_embed

Graphic Organizer:
http://www.classtools.net/widgets/venn_2circle_5/2fSK3.htm# (venn diagram)
https://www.meta-chart.com/bar#/display (bar graph creator)
https://www.scribd.com/document/344554527/Sample-Bar-Graph#from_embed (sample bar graph)
https://www.scribd.com/document/344533172/Probability-Rubric#from_embed (graphic organizer rubric)

Assessments:
https://www.scribd.com/document/345344164/Assessment-Map#from_embed (assessment map)
https://quizlet.com/202789540/test (quizlet entry level assessment)
https://www.scribd.com/document/345351624/Assessment-Rubric#from_embed (assessment rubric)

Useful Websites: activities

Random Dice/Spinner Generator - http://www.transum.org/software/SW/Dice/


Fair or Not Review - https://www.opened.com/video/deciding-if-a-game-is-fair/2180891
Probability Review 1 - https://www.mathsisfun.com/data/probability.html
Probability Review 2 - http://www.mathplanet.com/education/pre-algebra/probability-and-statistic/probability-of-events
Nationwide Children's article on sleep and adolescents - http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/sleep-in-adolescents
Practice 1 - https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/theoretical-probability
Practice 2 - https://quizlet.com/193074655/test
Probability Fair Game - http://mrnussbaum.com/probfair
Real Life Examples of Probability - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhOPWEBa1W4
Probability with playing cards and Venn Diagrams - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obZzOq_wSCg
Ted Talk - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZ69g8LtZc0
Probability Explained - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzkc-qNVoOk