Klose notes for students to complete with examples and writing assignment.
Students learn how to identify the hypothesis and conclusion of a statement and write the converse, inverse, contrapositive, and biconditional statements of a conditional statement.
This note set is good for shortening the time spent on note-taking and giving students more time to interact with new material. This lesson introduces p and q notation and should be used before introducing the Law of Detachment and the Law of Syllogism.
Print and distribute copies of these notes and then allow students to complete the notes as you teach. I use the www.holidayinsights.com to choose a theme for the day and have students create conditional and the other variations based upon that theme.