Biconditional Statements Interactive Notebook Page


I always teach Biconditional Statements as a separate lesson from Conditional Statements.  I think it flows nicely into teaching theorems.  Also, the lesson is relatively short, so it is a great way to have students review theorems that they have learned so far, while still practicing new material.

The interactive notebook page that I would use for this lesson isn’t very fancy, but I think it serves it’s purpose well.

Mrs. E Teaches Math:  Biconditional Statements Interactive Notebook Page for Geometry (Logic)

The part in red marker is something I would have the students write with their partner.  I would also have them do the example with their partner.

Mrs. E Teaches Math:  Biconditional Statements Interactive Notebook Page for Geometry (Logic)

Mrs. E Teaches Math:  Biconditional Statements Interactive Notebook Page for Geometry (Logic)

The rest of the class period, I would have students review and practice in small groups.


Do you have and ideas that you particularly like when teaching biconditional statements?  Share in the comments!

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2 comments

  1. You talk about statement which is notebook. But you talk about Bi conditional statement.It is really nice in teaching time. You also can check it about statement of purpose internship.

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