2. Drawing paper, writing paper, markers, other art materials (if students create a non-digital product)
3. Digital camera and/or online tool to create activity product (if students create a digital product)
4. Print reference materials to research information about the four kinds of probability and how to recognize them
5. Online reference materials to research information about the four kinds of probability and how to recognize them
- Definition: Plausible
- Definition: Probability
- Definition: Classical Probability
- Definition: Empirical Probability
- Definition: Subjective Probability
- Definition: Conditional Probability
- Probability for Middle School
Online Probability Tools and Presentation Tools
- Online Dice and Coin Flip
- Virtual Spinner
- Google Slides
- Best Infographic Design Apps and Websites
1. Students may complete the handout for this activity on or off line.
- Review the handout.
- Print one copy of the handout per student or post the link found in Student Resources in the class LMS so each student can access the handout.
- If students complete a digital copy of the handout, decide how you want them to rename the file for easy identification later. For example, do you want each student to create a file or will it be sufficient for each pair or trio to share one file?
2. Gather any additional print reference materials beyond a class textbook or arrange to visit the school library.
3. Identify and review online research resources.
4. Decide if students will create final products online, offline, or be able to choose.
5. Divide class into pairs or trios who will work together to complete the assignment.