Your class may believe that geometry is a trial, but they don't know how right they are. A thorough math lesson combines the laws of logic with the laws of geometry. As high schoolers review the work of historical mathematicians and the ways geometric problems can relate to logical statements and reasoning, they complete various exercises that promote both critical thinking and important geometry skills.
- Connect to a language arts class during a unit on Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
- Have small groups work together on various problems, and present their work to the class
- Consider breaking up the packet to assign worksheets that are relevant to your curriculum
- Offers a variety of problems and exercises that address different skills
- Provides applicable formulas and definitions
- Comes with an answer key