Reasoning & Conditional Statements Task Cards Geometry
These task cards are perfect for engaging your students in practice over inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, and conditional statements! Get them up and moving with this fun alternative to a worksheet! Or assign it as a Google Form as a digital learning activity!
Students use their understanding of the inductive vs. deductive and conditional statement variations (converse, inverse, biconditional, contrapositive) to answer various types of thought-provoking questions.
This product contains 24 (4 per page) problems on task cards, a student answer sheet, teacher answer key, and a link to a Google form with these same 24 problems.
Students are asked to:
- decide if a conclusion was made with inductive or deductive reasoning
- write conditional statements as the converse, inverse, contrapositive, or biconditional
- determine the truth value of a converse and give a counterexample if false.
The Google Form version is linked inside the product. The question types include multiple choice and fill-in-the-blank.
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