Students have just completed a unit on __inference for proportions__. This unit is quite parallel, but instead covering inference for means. Just as in the previous unit, we will start with confidence intervals and then move into significance tests.

If you are using **TPS 4e, 5e, or Classic 6e **and are __not__ planning on following the sequence in the CED, you can simply use the sequence in our __150 Days of AP Stats__. This sequence will __cover everything in the CED__ (just in a slightly different sequence).

If you are using **TPS 6e UPDATE** or want to use the new sequence of topics in the CED, here is your plan:

**Lesson Plans for CED Unit 7**

**Part 1: Confidence Intervals for Means**

### Chapter 10 in TPS 6e UPDATE

Day 3: Quiz 10.1

Day 6: Quiz 10.2

Day 7: Review

Day 8: Chapter 10 Test

**Part 2: Significance Tests for Means**

### Chapter 11 in TPS 6e UPDATE

Day 2: Quiz 11.1

Day 6: Quiz 11.2

Day 7: Review

Day 8: Chapter 11 Test

Next up will be inference for categorical variables - chi square tests (CED Unit 8)!

szorn...if you covered sampling distributions for difference of means in Unit 5, you could skip Day 3 of Chapter 11, but we still like doing this activity because it gets students thinking inferentially (using a simulation to estimate a P-value).

I'm noticing that there's a lesson on sampling distribution for a difference in means in the significance tests day 3. Is this on purpose or if we covered this in the new unit 5 can we skip?

Jacob....no this standard is NOT found in the new College Board CED.

Do we still need to find sample size when doing confidence intervals for a mean?