AP Statistics Written Report Submission Guidelines

You are submitting one written report per group. The guidelines for what the report should include are in the Google Drive folder for the project.

Please make sure that all links to data spreadsheets have the proper sharing settings enabled so that I can access them.

When you submit, use the same naming scheme as we do for Investigative Tasks. Before submitting, name your file “LastName1.LastName2.LastName3.MidyearReport”. Replace the “LastName” blocks with your own names.

AP Statistics Assignment for week of 12/17

Your projects should be wrapping up, and your presentation of your methods and findings will take place Tuesday-Thursday of this week. Your written reports, one per group, are due on Friday. See the Mid-year Project Folder for guidelines on what your presentation and report should look like.

A note for 6th period students: Since there are 11 groups to present this week, we will inevitably need to hold some presentations on Friday. To ensure that every group is able to present, I will be imposing a hard 12 minute limit on your presentation. I’ll give you a warning at the 10 minute mark, but will need to cut you off after 12 minutes so that the next group can set up and start their presentation.

AP Statistics Assignment for Week of 12/10

You will spend this week working on your projects. You should strive to be done with data collection by Thursday the 13th, and you’ll have up to Monday the 17th to work on your presentations and written report. Refer to the contents of the

We’ll spend the 18th-21st presenting on your findings, and your reports (one per group!) will be due on the 21st.

AP Statistics Assignment for Week of 12/4

For the remainder of this week, you will be watching the movie Experimenter, an independent biographical film about the life and career of experimental psychologist Dr. Stanley Milgram, who conceived of an infamous Obedience Experiment in the wake of the Nuremberg War Criminal Trials after WWII.

On Monday of next week, you’ll be asked to use the movie and the articles below to inform a conversation about experimental ethics. You will be assigned a side at the start of the movie, defending one of these two statements:

  • For some experiments, it is okay to lie to subjects in the name of proper experimental design and to preserve the integrity of what is being tested.
  • It is never okay to lie to subjects in an experiment, regardless of what is being tested.

The discussion on Monday will be highly structured. Please read over the Ethics Discussion Guidelines for details. Also, by Monday, read over the following three articles for some more examples that may be useful for your stance.

AP Statistics Assignment for 11/29

Work together on your project proposal. You’ll have about 10 minutes of class time tomorrow to finalize and submit it for my review. The rest of our time tomorrow will be spent reviewing Unit 3 for your test on Monday. The textbook review assignment again is on pages 331-336, exercises 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23, 29, 32, 40, 41

AP Statistics Assignment for 11/28

Due to today’s 2-hour delay, we will have the in-class Chapter 12 Investigative Task tomorrow, Thursday. It will still be closed-notes/closed-book. The schedule in the mid-year project folder has been updated.

Today you finalized your idea and started work on your project proposal. This proposal is due on Friday at the start of class, so you will need to collaborate on this outside of class.

On Friday we will review for our Unit 3 test, to be held on Monday, December 3rd. By then, you should complete the textbook review assignment: pages 331-336, exercises 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23, 29, 32, 40, 41