June 4-7th students will be presenting their Top 10"s

Grades will be based on presentation and behavior during classmates presentations!

Today the TOP 10 PROJECT was assigned. This project is Due on June 1st.

TOP TENS—The internet, almanacs, and record books are full of “Top Ten” lists. The 10 longest bridges! The 10 tallest trees! The 10 widest rivers!

For this project, find the Top 10 in a category that interests you. Possible areas of research are human-made structures, sports, natural objects, and geography. The only requirement is that your list must present the ten longest, tallest, widest, or fastest of something.

Then, using your ten measures as data, create a poster or slide show that includes the following:

- Your data, including the source where you found it and the reason you chose your category
- The mean, median, range, and outliers (if any) of your data
- A box plot of your data
- The lower quartile, the upper quartile, and the interquartile range of your data