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1. Cruisin' With Logic
"Cruisin' with Logic" GOALS: 1. Complete the math handout to practice logical thinking. 2. Work effectively and cooperatively with a partner. RESOURCES: 1. Math handout (example problem and homework problems) LESSON ADAPTED FROM: Mrs. Muhs, St. Norbert College Math Professor TIME: This lesson will require between 1 hour, 25 m...


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2. Logic
Logic M. Elaine Granger Irvin C. Mollison 4415 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Chicago, Illinois 60616 3122853289 Objective: The sixth through eighth grade students will be able to: 1) Understand word problems by use of reasoning techniques 2) Identify the validity or nonvalidity of the problems 3) Disce...


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3. Learning by Logic  Total Surface Area
Learning by Logic  Total Surface Area Boyd, Carolyne Bennett Elementary 8212680 Objectives: 1. The student will calculate the area of plane surfaces using the formulas for the area of a square, rectangle and triangle. 2. The student will develop the formula for calculating the total surface area of two geometric solids,...


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4. Logic
Mathematics Enhancement Programme Y7 Number 1 UNIT 1: Logic Activity Introduction T: Introduce Y7 course and Practice Books. Lesson Plan 1 Logic Puzzles Notes T: How much mathematics have you remembered? T: The foundations of mathematics depend on logic. So we start with some simple problems. M 1.1 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 5 mins 2 Logic tables T: Now we will tackle more co...


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5. How Logical Is Garfield?
How Logical Is Garfield? Description Students analyze the comics found in the newspaper for samples of logical, emotional, and ethical appeal. They write a paragraph for each selected comic strip explaining how the comic strip represents the use of logic, emotions, or ethics. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standa...


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6. teachingactivities wiki / Logic Grid Greetings
teachingactivities Logic Grid Greetings Search wiki: Home Edit page Log inAdd featuresHelp SideBar FrontPage elementary school junior high school senior high school special needs internet resources staff and contributors formatting This is an ongoing project staffed by volunteers. All content is published under the Creative Commo...


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7. Using Inspiration to Support Logical Reasoning
Scientific Investigations Using Inspiration to Support Logical Reasoning OBJECTIVES ? Document a scientific investigation ? Understand the steps involved in scientific investigations ? Recognize possible outcomes of scientific investigations Note: Be sure to review the Scientific Investigations Template and Sample Activity and make modifications to suit the needs o...


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8. Logical Thinking to Solve a Word Problem
...children that today they will be getting a ? challenge.? They will be solving a problem with a trick to it and I want to see if they can figure out what the trick is. They already know how to add and subtract and do word problems using these skills.? But today we want to see how they can use their logical thinking to solve a word problem combining 23??? these skills and looking at measurement and direction. ? 22??? ? NJ CCCS? 4.1:B.1, 4.3:A, 4.5 21??? ? 20??? ? Objectives:? 19??? ? 1. Students will be able to apply logic and sequential thinking to solving a word problem. 2. Students will be able to relat...


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9. Logic
Mansfield Public Schools K4 Technology Lesson Plan Lesson Title / Grade/Class Prepared by / Date Content Area Objective(s) Technology Goals And Objective(s) Logic Grade 4 Csere Jaclyn Eberhart February 3, 2003 Mathematics Strand 3: Technology Productivity Tools: Strengthen and reinforce their knowledge and skills in content areas through the use of classroom lessons that integrate technology. Strand 6: Technology ProblemSolving and DecisionMaking Tools Strengthen...


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10. Venn Diagrams and Logic
Illuminations: Venn Diagrams and Logic Venn Diagrams and Logic Share  This lesson focuses on using Venn diagrams to explore direct, indirect, and transitive reasoning. It was adapted from the article "A Visual Approach to Deductive Reasoning" by Frances Van Dyke, which appeared in the September 1995 issue of the Mathematics Teacher journal. L...


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