Biconditional Statements Interactive Notebook Page

06 September 2015

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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