Two Truths and a Lie Activity - Points, Lines, & Planes

Two Truths and a Lie Activity - Points, Lines, & Planes
Two Truths and a Lie Activity - Points, Lines, & Planes
Two Truths and a Lie Activity - Points, Lines, & Planes
Two Truths and a Lie Activity - Points, Lines, & Planes
Two Truths and a Lie Activity - Points, Lines, & Planes
Two Truths and a Lie Activity - Points, Lines, & Planes
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This is an activity including 7 stations each with a diagram of intersecting lines and planes with three separate statements. Students must determine which statement is incorrect (the lie).

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• 1- Designed with individual student answer sheets where they will explain their reasoning or correct the statement to make it true.
• 2- Print and distribute around the room. Provide students, or groups of students, with Post-It Notes which they can write their answer on and post around the station. Students will be able to read the thoughts of other students before making their decision. I challenge my students to think for themselves. It’s okay to agree with your classmates, but really think about it and don’t follow others blindly. You can even start a discussion on stations with a lot of different answers presented!


Terminology used in this product includes collinear, coplanar, lines, line segments, rays, planes, points, rays, and opposite rays.


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20 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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