Proving Lines are Parallel (Using Converses) Sort, Cut, and Paste Activity
Students will practice identifying parallel lines using the Corresponding Angles Converse, Alternate Interior Angles Converse, Alternate Exterior Angles Converse, and Consecutive Interior Angles Converse. Simply give each student the diagrams sheet and the template. They cut out the 18 diagrams, sort them by which lines are parallel, determine which converse proves them parallel, then paste on the template. There are two diagrams that are not used on the template as a conclusion can not be made using the given angle markings or measures.
This activity was created for a high school level geometry class.
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