# Tag: 7.SP.4

## Typical Super Bowl scores

In this activity students study historical Super Bowl data to reflect on average (mean, median, and mode), losing scores, winning scores, and range of scores. They are asked to judge which of these central measurements seem the most meaningful and explain their reasoning.

## NBA Finals 2022

A little sports history and data analysis through the context of NBA Finals math!  In this activity students consider scatter plots, circle graphs, bar graphs, Venn Diagrams and the concept of mean.

Ask students whether they think a game played at home gives their team an advantage.  If so, how much of an advantage?  Enjoy the discussion first, then show them our graphic.
Students use the infographic to compare NFL team home and away wins. They consider the best home team, the best away team and decide if NFL teams really do seem to have a home field advantage.

## Does it pay to get educated?

Updated! Why should students do well in school, graduate high school, or go on to college?  In this activity median earnings by various education levels are explored.  Students compare the earnings of a non-high school grad with workers who graduated…

## Are original movies better than their sequels?

We’ve gathered some data on movie ratings and their sequels and asked students to analyze the data, decide on some analysis and debate (with their mathematical data) which are better … the original movies or their sequels. Students see what…

## Checking in on LeBron

Now the that season is underway let’s check in on how Cleveland and the Lakers are doing since LeBron changed teams.  LeBron is arguably the best player in the NBA and a tremendous addition to a team … a real…

## Pixar versus DreamWorks

Animated films are a billion dollar industry.  The two biggest producers of animated films are DreamWorks and Pixar.  The two have been going head to head for more than ten years now. So how do they stack up to each…

## Clean Close Shave

Take a look at the infographic.  What do you see? What do you think?  What do you wonder? In this lesson students compare NFL QB rating of quarterbacks with and without facial hair.  This task can be used to explore a…

## Season 12, American Idol

Let your student study American Idol viewing figures over the last eleven seasons. Students compare historical season premier and season finale audience size in several different ways to determine which event has had higher viewership.