This activity is like clue. Students must determine: who, with what and where the crime took place. I have used this with my students and they love it.
Directions: Students can be grouped in pairs or work individually on this activity. The
Students practice using the distance formula to find distance on a coordinate plane. The coordinate plane is labeled as an amusement park and the students have to find distances between games, rides and attractions. There is also one question where
A quick little 10 question quiz to give students regarding lines, segments, points. There are two versions of the quiz. There is an answer key included.
There are questions regarding:
- how many points make a plane and line,
- Notation for rays,
Definitions of inductive reasoning, conjecture, and counter example given.
A warm-up is included in the powerpoint along with vocabulary words, examples and an exit ticket.
Day 1: Patterns and Inductive Reasoning
Objective: The students will be
Note Sheet for Parallel Lines, Parallel Planes, Skew Lines. There is a picture included for students and a section for them to write notes and label the picture. There is also an exit ticket at the bottom. It is a review of lines, rays and segments.