Use nrich as base for probability through problems. http://nrich.maths.org/9877
12 eggs (4 bad) simulation, Tom Cruise video, from @bobloch
During the elective quarter, I will meet with AP students for 30minute sessions (at the start of class) for 20 days before the AP test. Each session will either study the overall structure of the exam or go into depth about a specific topic that we did not cover during the first quarter. Most sessions will have followup homework. At the end of the bootcamp, there will be an AP practice exam that will count for some points in the quarter grade.
We will use most fantastic AP Statistics prep book ever made to guide our study: REA's AP Statistics 4th edition. We will also use the many released AP exam questions posted on the College Board's website.  Learning the structure of the AP test
 Review time limits and numbers of questions in each section
 Preview a released multiple choice section and discuss challenge level
 Learn how to browse the College Board's posted FRQs from past exams
 Free response questions:
 In a group, grade a few FRQs using AP's rubric.
 Discuss what types of things AP readers generally look for in an FRQ
 Exploring data:
 1A. Graphical displays of univariate data
 1B. Summarize univariate data
 1C. Comparing distributions (one categorical, one quantitative)
 1E. Twoway tables (two quantitative)
 Exploring data  scatterplots:
 1D. Scatterplots, regression, residual plots, log/power transformations (two quantitative)
 Sampling and experimentation:
 2A. Overview of data collection
 2B. Conducting surveys
 2C. Conduction experiments (including review of block and matched pairs designs)
 2D: Types of conclusions drawn from experiments and observational studies
 Intro to probability:
 3A: random events, and/or rules, Venn diagrams, event trees, Law of Large Numbers
 Discrete random variables:
 3A: applications, setting up a table, foundations for binomial/geometric random variables
 Binomial/geometric distributions:
 3A: applications, differences in qualifications, simulating, predicting with formula, predicting with TI83
 Simulation:
 3A: using random table of digits to simulate outcomes of discrete random variable, performing linear transform on result
 Blending distributions:
 3B: why we combine two independent distributions, how to combine them using AP formula sheet
 Normal distribution:
 3C: continuous vs. discrete distributions, zscores, area under regions of the normal curve, showing AP FRQquality work, approx to binomial dist.
 Sampling distributions:
 3D: calculate the mean and standard error for 1mean, 2means, 1prop, and 2prop distributions and display as normal distributions
 Student's t and ChiSquare distributions
 3D: degrees of freedom, when the distribution applies, calculating probabilities with the TI83
 General form of a confidence interval:
 4A: point estimates, margin of error, general form, using the formulas of standard error and the z* critical value
 Properly presenting confidence intervals for the FRQs
 4A: general procedure, assumptions for inference, interpreting, practicing examples from past FRQs, PANIC
 Review of hypothesis testing:
 4B: hypotheses, errors, power, effect of sample size changes
 Proper FRQ form of a hypothesis test:
 4B: interpreting pvalue in a sentence, PHANTOMS
 AP multiple choice practice exam:
 90 minute full exam in class
 AP FRQ practice exam:
 90 minute full exam in class
 Grading peer FRQ exam:
 Reading in groups and practicing following the AP rubric, debating scoring
