Always, Sometimes, or Never
Have students work individually or together to determine whether each statement is always, sometimes, or never true. Students must provide an example of why a statement is always or sometimes true and a counter-example for statements that are sometimes or never true. Examples and counter-examples can be given as a definition, drawing, or other explanation.
This can be used as an individual assignment, in small groups, or as a whole class discussion. I find that it works best to facilitate discussion in small groups and then can be extended into whole class discussions if there are disagreements between groups.
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