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This writing conditional statements help sheet is perfect to use when first teaching conditional statements prior to teaching proofs in geometry. I created this when students were constantly confusing converses with inverses. The color coordinated boxes help students easily see how to arrange each s
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This geometry lesson covers conditional statements, hypothesis, conclusion, counterexamples, biconditionals, converse, inverse and contrapositive. You will find a lesson plan, note pages for interactive notebook, worksheets, a hands-on activity, a quiz and a writing piece. Your students will enjoy t
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Students will write conditional statements in if-then form. They must also be able to convert the statements to inverse, converse and contrapositive formats. Their answers will be used to solve a fun riddle.
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Give your students a great set of practice with writing conditional statements and related conditionals and finding counterexamples. There are 60 task cards total! There are three sets included with twenty task cards each. Each mini-set has its own border design for easy sorting and its own rec
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Are you introducing formal logic to your class and having trouble coming up with additional examples? Are you teaching logic for the first time and struggling with how to explain things to your class? This activity is great for the students and also for the teachers. The worksheet itself is only 1
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This two-page worksheet contains practice writing biconditionals as well as inverse, converse, and contrapositive statements. Students must also identify truth values and give counterexamples for false statements. They complete the chart and color boxes with true statements in order to notice that
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Students will partner up to write the converse, inverse and contrapositive of various conditional statements.
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This two-page activity guides students to practice writing conditional statements, converses, and biconditionals about animals and triangles. They determine the truth values of statements and provide counterexamples. On the first page, they are given diagrams with one piece of information (either
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Are you introducing formal logic to your class and having trouble coming up with additional examples? Are you teaching logic for the first time and struggling with how to explain things to your class? This activity is great for the students and also for the teachers. This is my third variation for
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Students create and write their own story based on the children's books by Laura Numeroff. Great project after learning about Conditional "If-Then" Statements. Included are: - Directions - Story Template - Simple Grading Rubric
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Geometry project for honors level students. Students create a story similar to "If you give a mouse a cookie". They present the story as a book that must be illustrated. The students must also write the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of their story.
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The Basic Logic - Conditional Statements Plus Scavenger Hunt - PP was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in a beginning Logic unit in a Geometry course. In this scavenger hunt, we focus on conditional statements, the hypothesis, the conclusion, converses, inverses, and contrapositives applied to s
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This is a double sided and colored foldable for conditional statements. It is a great source for students to learn about symbols, how to read and how to write conditional, converse, inverse and contra-positive statements.
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Need more resources when you are teaching logic to your geometry classes? Are you teaching geometry for the first time and need to wrap your mind around the concepts yourself? The books never seem to have enough of the same type of problem for the students to practice so I started making my own.
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In this digital activity, students will use Google Slides to write examples and answer questions about conditional statements. The "tabs" in the foldable are: conditional statement, converse, inverse, contrapositive, negation, and equivalent statements. For each, the definition is included with an
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Need more resources when you are teaching logic to your geometry classes? Are you teaching geometry for the first time and need to wrap your mind around the concepts yourself? The books never seem to have enough of the same type of problem for the students to practice so I started making my own.
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Thank you for checking out my product! This assignment is great practice, and fun, for Conditional Statements. This section of geometry is always difficult, so this particular activity is a bit different. The second page is statement writing practice with popular song lyrics. My students have real
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Students practice writing conditional statements, and their converse, inverse, and contrapositive in a fun and engaging way. This is a great way to spend a second day on the statements. Students are placed in groups, given one card per group and each member writes the conditional statement then pas
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A PowerPoint Presentation focusing on analyzing conditional statements. Includes 10 examples of writing the statements in if-then form, drawing conclusions from the statements, and providing counterexamples. Made in PPT 2007 but converted to be compatible with PPT '97-'03.
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Lesson topic: 2.2 – Conditional Statements (aligned to Pearson Geometry Common Core 2015, Chapter 2: Reasoning and Proof) This 13-slide PowerPoint presentation has been made using quality graphics and lesson-enhancing animations. I strongly recommend downloading the preview file to see examples
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Worksheet that reviews how to write different forms of conditional statements (converse, inverse, & contrapositive). Also includes finding a counterexample after determining if a statement is true or false. Great for a review before a quiz or test, or after learning the material as a homework as
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This video discusses conditional statements and the other forms of a conditional: converse, inverse, and contrapositive. Great for high school geometry. Meets the Common Core standard of Mathematical Practice: Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. Video includes: -In
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This lab guides students with hands on practice of programming with conditional statements. It has them read code, write code, and debug code. 5 program assignments with example output. It has them program using conditional operators, if, if/else, and logical operators. java, programming, computer
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This 39 page powerpoint will help you guide your students through the ins and outs of conditional statements (including conditionals, converses, inverses, and contrapositives). These guided notes show students, in a visual way, how the all the different forms relate to each other. 5 charts are inclu
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