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First, get students interested with fun examples. Students determine whether statements are inductive, deductive or neither. I have collected some of my favorite examples submitted by students over the years and incorporated them into the worksheet. Then, take learning to the next level as students
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A worksheet that serves as an introduction to proof-writing. Each exercise has three statements and students decide if each statement is logically concluded from the previous statement. If not, then they have to reorder the statements to make logical sense.
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Riddles, puzzles, and more!
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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 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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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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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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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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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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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 act
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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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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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Extra Practice Sheets for the Inductive and Deductive Reasoning Unit in our Geometry Bundle These student practice sheets were created to accompany the units in our Geometry Interactive Notebook Bundle. They provide additional practice for the concepts introduced in each unit. Each student workshe
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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.
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The suggested brain comparison activity is interactive and promotes group discussion.  Students learn inductive and deductive reasoning skills, learn to format questions, and learn how to create analogies while explaining their reasoning!    With having such a busy schedule and sometimes being unsu
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About this resource:Looking for a fun or new way to deliver notes? Then, doodle guides are for you! These guides encourage creativity while delivering new concepts. Doodle guides keep students engaged and makes note-taking more fun!This doodle guide teaches the concept of Deductive Reasoning.Also in
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This resource includes: > 10 numbered task cards/warm ups - 5 picture patterns, 5 number patterns, formatted on a half-page each to display as a warm up, ticket out, or print multiple pages per page to create a notes handout. > 3 Worksheets: 1. Picture Patterns – 14 problems plus one ch
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Good practice for teaching students about conditional statements and inductive/deductive reasoning. Contains an answer key.
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With Movie Trivia worksheets, students solve 8 problems relating to specified topics. A correct response will answer a trivia question from a certain movie. Questions are designed to encourage critical thinking. Always a student favorite! See the preview for details!Answer key included!
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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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Third or Fourth grade reading comprehension story. The worksheet includes questions for comprehension and deductive reasoning.
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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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