# Teaching Resources for 6-7 Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability

1. Movement with Functions: Lesson 1 - his investigation uses a motion detector to help students understand graphs and equations. Students experience constant and variable rates of change and are challenged to consider graphs where no movements are possible to create them. Multiple representations are used throughout the lesson to allow students to build their fluency with in how graphs, tables, equations, and physical modeling are connected. The lesson also allows students to investigate multiple function types, including linear, exponential, quadratic, and piecewise.
2. Movement with Functions: Lesson 3- In this lesson, students use remote-controlled cars to create a system of equations. The solution of the system corresponds to the cars crashing. Multiple representations are woven together throughout the lesson, using graphs, scatter plots, equations, tables, and technological tools. Students calculate the time and place of the crash mathematically, and then test the results by crashing the cars into each other.
3. Math 6 Spy Guys- Interactive lessons that covers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Schools. Includes a glossary, strategies, and operations.
4. - Students could use this as a resource for review or to clarify topics discussed in class but not fully understood. The resource is easy to use and navigate to either specific concepts or broader topics. The site also offers specific sections on the conversion of units (applicable to the sciences).
5. Understanding Probability - This lesson is useful to introduce the idea of probability to students.