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### Realistic Plan Assessment

1. 1. Realistic Plan PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS FORM 1
2. 2. Student Name: Teacher Name: ACTIVITY 1: 3rd Year High School Educational Goal: The students will be able to make at least 4 real life application of Statistics using the measures of central tendency. Performance Task Content Illustrating Student Progress Date • Finding the MEDIAN height in odd • Correctly identifying the median height in a grouped students, through visual group of students. identification. • Arranging the group members according to • Finding the MODAL height in a group their height and correctly identify the modal of students by arranging the students height. of the same height. • Adding all the height of the students and • Locating the MEAN height in a group subtracting it to the number of students in a of students by adding all their height group. and getting their average. • Finding the tallest and the smallest • Finding the RANGE of the height in a member in a group the subtracting them. group of students. Summary/ Comments: Based on the performance tasks, the students will be able to understand and apply in real life events the importance of identifying the central tendency from a raw data. In understanding the problem, the students will identify special factors that influence the approach before starting in dealing with the problem. Likewise, the performance task enhances the ability of the students to think critically and develop their own learning by doing the tasks themselves. With this, the teacher will be confident enough to assume that the students indeed have learned the lesson and that the teacher’s learning strategy is effective. REALISTIC PLAN 2
3. 3. Subject: Mathematics Level: 3rd year high school Class size: 30 Duration: 1 hour Topic: Measure of Central Tendency Reference: introduction to Statistics 3rd edition Author: Ronald E. Walpole OBJECTIVE: At the end of the 1-hour session, 100% of 3rd year section Rizal students will be able to make 4 real life application of Statistics using the measures of central tendency. PEDAGOGY: Median: • Have an odd number of students stand in the front of the classroom, arrange themselves in terms of ascending heights. The height of the person standing in the middle is the median height. • Repeat the activity with an even number of students. The median will be halfway between the heights of the two students standing in the middle. • Have students give the definition of median in their own words. Mode: • For the groups of students standing at the front of the room, if there are some who are the same height, then the height that occurs most frequently is the mode. (It is possible that no two students are the same height. It is also possible to have more than one mode.) • Have students give the definition of mode in their own words. Mean (average): • Have students compute this by adding up the heights and dividing by the number of students in the sample. For the sake of expediency, convert heights to inches before doing the arithmetic. • It is important for the teacher to have the students look at their answer in relation to the entire list of numbers. Range: 3