Conditional Statements - Geometry

I co-taught a lesson this year with our Geometry teacher. We wanted them to use Keynote to show how to write the converse, the inverse, and the contrapositive of a conditional statement. Here is an example of what the final product should look like.  

I am attaching my completed example (shown in the video), the blank student template, and the script that I followed with the students!

If you do this with your students, drop an example in the comments! I would love to see what your students create, or how you adapt this project to your own lesson.

 

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Posted on December 20, 2023

Nice work, Eileen! 👏

I like how the visual aspects make it clear to students, and how it highlights that Geometry and Math are deeply intertwined with literacy!

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