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Deductive Reasoning & Logic for High School Geometry - Save money by getting seven sets of resources in one bundle! (For an even bigger bundle that includes proofs, triangles, quadrilaterals, and more, try High School Geometry Super Bundle) These activities will help your students to learn
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This set of 30 task cards will help your class practice the Law of Detachment and Law of Syllogism. The cards are full-sized (one per page) so that you can project them for whole class practice or print multiple cards per page. A recording sheet is included. The cards have a mix of symbolic logic
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This game allows students to practice using the Law of Detachment, the Law of Syllogism, and the Law of Contrapositive. It also helps them with identifying when these laws do apply and when they do not. This game is played in groups of 6 students (You can make a group of four if needed). For eac
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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. This product contains three separate co
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This fun four-page worksheet guides students to discover and practice the Laws of Deductive Reasoning. It introduces the Law of Detachment, Law of Syllogism, and Law of Contrapositive through statements about fictional wimborts, zeppies, and gloots. Students are introduced to symbolic logic and pr
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Still struggling for an effective and fun way to teach the skill of deductive reasoning? This activity is perfect for doing just that! Written in worksheet form, this activity can be done in groups, pairs, or individually. After reading a short scenario about four couples gathering for a potluck
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This game is a fun way to spend anywhere from 20 minutes to unthinkable amounts of time using deductive reasoning skills along with important vocabulary related to the unit of life science: vertebrates and invertebrates. Students use characteristics of animal classification to narrow down common ex
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Struggling to find a way to teach students the differences between Inductive and Deductive Reasoning? Try this teaching bundle! Inductive and Deductive reasoning are very complex skills to teach to students, especially when so many internet resources give inadequate information on the skills. T
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This lesson activity covers inductive and deductive reasoning. Lessons on this topic in textbooks are not fun or engaging, so I thought I’d try to spice it up a bit. You will find an activity for an interactive notebook, some word wall posters, task cards with an answer document page, a suggested le
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Warm ups Christmas Math Deductive Reasoning Making numbers add up to be the same on all sides of the Christmas shapes a tree and a present. Comes with answer key
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This foldable provides organized notes & practice problems involving the Law of Detachment & the Law of Syllogism. Students will write the definition of deductive reasoning, as well as the laws on the outside flap. Under each tab, there are 3 examples (of each), where students will need to
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Short worksheet on Inductive and Deductive Reasoning. Students will define the two types of reasoning and then answer 6 questions deciding if they are using inductive or deductive reasoning.
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Still struggling for an effective and fun way to teach deductive reasoning? Then this is the perfect product for you! This 24 slide powerpoint teaches the meaning of deductive reasoning, as well as the definition of valid, invalid, premise, and a sound arguement. But there is much more than just
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This problem solving activity targets deductive reasoning. The patient must have intact vision and basic reading comprehension to complete this activity.
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This is a worksheet students use to play the game Twenty Questions. The game is helpful for developing deductive reasoning. This is a "quiet game." One student writes his question and the partner student circles his answer. Upon completion of 20 Questions or a correct guess, the students switch
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Many people are afraid to try Sudoku because they hate math, however this task teaches the process of elimination, with Level 1 utilizing shapes rather than numbers. Level 2 progresses into number however it still is super easy with only 16 element with only numbers 1-4 to deduce locations. Level 3
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This set of 6 logic puzzles is a great way to sharpen the following skills: Logical thinking Deductive reasoning Inference Comparing and Contrasting Recognizing similarities and differences Drawing conclusions Problem solving Logic problems are an easy and fun way to get students to think outside th
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These intermediate logic activities for students will help teach them to think through problems in order to discover the correct answers. By following the clues, they will practice deductive reasoning and pair characters with a variety of items or descriptions. These worksheets can be used alongside
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These are 2 foldables: 1) Deductive and Inductive Reasoning (with examples), and 2) Law of Detachment and Law of Syllogism: It contains symbols to represent both laws. It has easy steps for students to recognize statements and make conclusions. This is a great addition for interactive notebooks, o
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This worksheet has a series of situations where you answer a question and then decide if you used inductive or deductive reasoning. Also available as part of a combo set.
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Very challenging exercise in logic and process of elimination with helpful graphic organizers to aid with solution. (Solution provided)Great for group work.
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"Thanksgiving Get Together" is a short deductive reasoning task that may be used with adults or children in speech therapy. It is Thanksgiving themed. The object is to use the clues provided to seat people around a table for Thanksgiving dinner. Great for practicing reasoning with the adult populati
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Geometry - Deductive Reasoning Common Core Aligned Lesson with Homework This lesson includes: -Lecture Notes (PDF, SMART Notebook, and PowerPoint) -Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook) -Lecture Handout (PDF) -Homework (PDF) -Answer Key (PDF) You do not need to have SMART Notebook or PowerP
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This is an investigative activity where students are given evidence (assumed true) and asked to fill in the missing information in a logic grid. Uses: Independent Classwork Homework Small Group Work Problem of the Week Includes: 1 Logic Puzzle Worksheet 1 Answer Key Lesson Objectives: Students wi
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Using these buttons and labels students will use deductive reasoning to sort by attributes of size, color, and number of holes.
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Good practice for teaching students about conditional statements and inductive/deductive reasoning. Contains an answer key.
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Deductive reasoning is a logical process in which a conclusion is based on the concordance of multiple premises that are generally assumed to be true. This mini lesson takes the students through the deductive reasoning processes. Students are given a definition then able to see the process workin
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Chapter 2 - Deductive Reasoning This is the second chapter in a Geometry course. The chapter bundle consists of a PowerPoint presentation used to teach students vocabulary, properties, and theorems to begin writing proofs. Visual representations, practice problems, and practice proofs are included,
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These are highly unusual puzzles that are a great way to practice place value while stimulating your students' abilities in deductive reasoning. Each puzzle is set up as an "acrostic" that has to be filled in vertically and horizontally. The "beginner" puzzles are simple to solve, but they are valua
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This foldable has statements and students have to determine if deductive or inductive reasoning is being used.
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Students determine whether statements are inductive, deductive or neither. They also create their own examples of each type of statement. I have collected some of my favorite examples submitted by students over the years and incorporated them into the worksheet. The fun examples help engage student
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This is a simple "visual" that assisted my adult ESL students in understanding the concept of Inductive and Deductive Reasoning, especially if they had never previously heard about it or understood it. This was born out of my former community college's mandate that all of the departments explain, e
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Once a crime has been committed, police investigators collect and evaluate all evidence from the scene of the crime. Once a large portion of information has been collected, investigators sit down and put the pieces of the puzzle together. They use a process known as deductive reasoning. In this a
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Are you studying deductive and inductive reasoning this year? Well, I’ve developed a 28-slide, very detailed, power point to teach this to middle school students. Included is a 7-item practice section to make sure your students have gotten this skill. Of course, answers are included after each pr
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Deductive Reasoning Numbers use rotary phone to help students figure out a famous saying... Geared for partners or gifted and talented students
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Nowadays, all ages of students need to not just say yes or no to a question, they also need to explain themselves. This deductive reasoning skill is essential to our students reaching their goal of graduating high school. One thing I've created to help in this area is short and sweet and gives the t
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Third or Fourth grade reading comprehension story. The worksheet includes questions for comprehension and deductive reasoning.
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The Unit is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's first Sherlock Holmes mystery: A Study in Scarlet. There are comprehension questions for each chapter in both Part I and II. Various activities aid in students' comprehension and connections to the Sherlock Holmes phenomenon that is occurring around the
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A quick four question warm up or exit ticket that covers the Law of Detachment and Law of Syllogism for Deductive Reasoning. Includes a silly Spider-man question. Sheet is made to be cut in half.
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Use this animal guess who game to practice using deductive reasoning skills to solve a problem. 1. Print the file 2. Cut apart the pictures on the third page 3. Play! ~ PlayingSchool6
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A lifetime of logical thinking awaits your students—start them on a positive path with Beginning Links to Logic! The reproducible worksheets in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning. All they have to do is follow the clues to solve each puzzle and develop analysis and
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This is a 4 page powerpoint designed to be used online very much like a barrier game. Instructions for use: 1 .Pull up the PPT in reading or slide show view and screen share it with your client. 2. If your system allows, pull up your own so that you each can mark the page without the other seeing
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7 pages. Guide to conditional statements/deductive reasoning with practice and answers included. Easy to follow. Very successful in helping students reason using conditional statements.
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This worksheet provides practice with the concepts of segment addition and midpoints. Three multi-step problems ask students to draw conclusions about the locations of points and the distances between them. The questions are progressively more challenging. This worksheet is well suited to a geometry
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Students will: use Law of Detachment use law of Syllogism File contains blank lesson and completed lesson with solutions. Lessons compatible with McGraw-Hill Glencoe Geometry textbook.
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This can be used for a number of things. Exit Ticket Quiz Homework Assessment Group Work Partner Check Please see my other items and don't forget to follow me!
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This bundle of 50 Logic & Deductive Reasoning puzzles combines two individual puzzle bundles: Calcudoku Puzzles and Division Sudoku This unique combination of puzzle bundles supports students arithmetic skills, calculations of operations, logic skills and deductive reasoning skills. Suitabl
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Use this activity to target reasoning using donuts. The first eight pages contain task cards targeting negation and reasoning given a field of four donuts. The final four pages contain a deductive reasoning game. Students must read the clues and determine which donut to give to which person. Answer
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This is a 26 page Smartboard file over Inductive and Deductive Reasoning. Students learn the definitions of the two, sees examples, and then practices determining which type of reasoning between the two types.
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This is a 65 multiple choice test on the two topics: deductive reasoning and conditional statements.
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Lesson topic: 2.4 – Deductive Reasoning (aligned to Pearson Geometry Common Core 2015, Section 2.4) This 12-slide PowerPoint presentation has been made using quality graphics and lesson-enhancing animations. I strongly recommend downloading the preview file to see examples of the way my animatio
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Remove the gray rectangles to reveal important information hidden underneath. This lesson explores the role of deductive reasoning in geometric proofs.
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