More over, lessons are outlined as well as supportive assessments and assignments that will aid student in learning. Student learning materials, resources and units background information are also included in this plan.
Probability is the number of favorable outcomes with reference to the total number of possible outcomes. This is established depending on the nature of the event i.e. independent or dependant as well as the presence of replacement since order matter. It is therefore very important to note that there is a huge difference between the theoretical and there experimental probability of any event. More over, sample spaces can be formed from possible outcomes and be determined through the application of the counting principle or through permutation or combination.
This should be done to ensure that the student to understand this unit and be able to compute probable outcomes from an event. Further more, practical demonstration should be used frequently to demonstrate the main bases of this unit. Class quizzes and home works should be a very important tool of teaching this unit to encourage self assessment.
This lesson is inclusive of introduction which should not take more than 5 minutes. The remaining time should be distributed equally to the sub topics as out lined in the week’s plan. At the end of this lesson students should be able to differentiate the terms as well as be able to work out probability problems under this category.
A very brief discussion of the previous day’s lesson should be discussed to remind the student about the unit. In this lesson it should be mentioned how a certain order will affect the probability of an outcome. This can be demonstrated by the use of different colored balls for students to see the order in which the colors emerge. In this lesson permutation will also be revisited.
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