Correlations - A correlation is a statistical measurement of the relationship, either positive or negative, between two variables. A correlation exists if the two variables increase at the same time or if one variable increases as the other decreases.
There are three activities to complete in this flipped lesson
1. Watch the tutorial.
2. Complete the quiz.
3. Answer the question accessed by the link below.
Before class you should look at the learning objectives again. Are there any areas where you feel less confident? Write these down and we will address these in class.
Watch the YouTube tutorial by missowen1
Exam Style Questions - This must be completed BEFORE CLASS.
Visit http://www.holah.co.uk/questions.php?type=correlation and answer questions one (a & b), two and three.
Learning Objectives-What do you need to know for the exam?
Write a definition of a correlation
Identify a positive correlation and a negative correlation
How to write a correlational hypothesis
How to design and evaluate a procedure for conducting a correlation
Draw a correctly labelled scattergraph
Draw 2 conclusions from a scattergraph