This is a high school mini stats lesson for high school geometry. In this two week lesson students will learn what a Two-Way Frequency Tables is, what its purpose is, how to interpret its information, how to construct the table and how to calculate the data. They will then learn about the Uyghur population and the issues they are facing in camps through various sources as well as through their own independent research. They will then apply their knowledge of Two-Way Frequency Tables by constructing their own Two-Way Frequency Table comparing a set of data between two categories. Students have the option to choose how they’d like to setup their table and what two categories they would like to compare. Students will be graded on their ability to construct a Two-Way Frequency Table, organize and accurately calculate the data.
This lesson fulfills the Geometry Common Core State Standard S-CP.4: Construct and interpret two-way frequency tables of data when two categories are associated with each object being classified.