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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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Also included in: Geometry Interactive Notebook Activities and Scaffolded Notes Bundle

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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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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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Also included in: REASONING AND PROOF. UNIT 2. GEOMETRY Foldables Bundle

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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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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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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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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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Also included in: Growth Mindset Bundle Assessment, Posters, brag tags, and Activity

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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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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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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 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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Foldable great for interactive notebooks to compare the difference between inductive and deductive reasoning. Definitions and examples included!! Color coded key included!
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This Powerpoint introduces using inductive and deductive reasoning to look at general rules for sequences. The presentation includes examples and practice problems, and also goes over counterexamples.
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Quick warm up for inductive and Deductive Reasoning
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This HUGE (over 400 pages) Geometry bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes, interactive notebook activities, and quick checks for understanding for 13 units of study, perfect for Geometry students. There are hundreds of scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher answer keys. Ex
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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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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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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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This foldable has statements and students have to determine if deductive or inductive reasoning is being used.
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Good practice for teaching students about conditional statements and inductive/deductive reasoning. Contains an answer key.
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Writing is how one presents oneself to the world. One’s writing can make one look powerful and professional or foolish and incompetent. It can sell ideas, open doors and present oneself as an influential person. Unfortunately, many students have not learned good writing skills. In my own teaching,
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Reasoning is the process of using existing knowledge to draw conclusions, make predictions, or construct explanations. Three methods of reasoning are the deductive, inductive, and abductive approaches. This document discusses deductive reasoning, conclusion guaranteed, inductive reasoning, conclusio
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This is a logic puzzle using the age old game of Clue to put the student in the detective's seat. Designed to be used as a performance task that is perfect after a unit involving Inductive and Deductive Reasoning. This task allows students to use their reasoning skills to determine who the killer
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CRITICAL THINKING: Be a Math Magician CCSS aligned Be a Math Magician is a set of 20 math puzzles and brain teasers that are CCSS aligned. These activities are learning disguised as fun. Students are honing their problem solving skills as they exercise inductive and deductive reasoning. The Math
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