Algebra II | Unit 1 2 3 4 5 6
Topic 1: Normal Models
• Understand normal distributions and identify their features. (cK–12 Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 1 SLT 1)
• Determine the effects of mean and standard deviation on a normal distribution.
• Use the features of a normal distribution to make decisions. (cK–12 Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 1 SLT 3)
• Compare normal distributions using z scores. (cK–12 Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 1 SLT 4)
• Determine the relative likelihood of several events using the features of a normal distribution. (cK–12 Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 1 SLT 5)
Topic 2: Sample Surveys, Experiments, and Observational Studies
• Understand that sampling is used to make inferences about a population. (cK–12 Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 2 SLT 6)
• Recognize the purpose of and the differences among surveys, experiments, and observational studies. (cK12–Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 2 SLT 7)
• Generate a sampling distribution of proportions, understanding that sampling involves variability. (cK– 12 Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 2 SLT 8)
• Understand and apply the meaning of margin of error for sample proportions. (cK–12 Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 2 SLT 9)
• Generate a sampling distribution of means, understanding that sampling involves variability. (cK–12 Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 2 SLT 10H)
• Understand and apply the meaning of margin of error for sample means. (cK12–Flexbook Unit 6 Topic 2 SLT 11H)
• Evaluate reports based on sampling methods, data generation, data distribution, and margin of error. (no flexbook for SLT 12)
This document outlines concepts in each Topic for the Unit. When corresponding resources are available in cK12.org, a hyperlink is provided for the Flexbook. The cK12.org Flexbooks provide a variety of examples, definitions, and extra practice problems related to some of the concepts in Curriculum 2.0 Two-year Algebra 2, Algebra 2, and Honors Algebra 2. The concepts will be developed in greater depth and with appropriate vocabulary in the classroom. The materials in the Flexbooks are intended to provide additional support to the classroom expectations. The vocabulary and methods in these examples may differ slightly from the classroom expectation; however, the overall intent is consistent with the content expectation.