3. Student Learning Map

• Topic:Reasoning
• Subject(s):Math
• Days:7
Key Learning: Logic and reasoning are used in geometry and the real world to solve problems and reach conclusions.
Unit Essential Question(s):
 Why are inductive and deductive reasoning not interchangeable?
Concept: Inductive Reasoning
Concept: Deductive Reasoning
Concept: Direct Proofs
Lesson Essential Question(s):

How do advertisers use inductive reasoning to influence consumers? (A)
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How would you recognize an invalid conclusion? (A)
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How would you recognize an invalid conclusion? (A)
How do advertisers use inductive reasoning to influence consumers? (ET)
What strategies do we use to develop a direct proof? (ET)
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Concept: Indirect Proofs
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Lesson Essential Question(s):

What strategies do we use to develop a direct proof? (A)
How is indirect reasoning used in the real world? (A)
How is indirect reasoning used in the real world? (ET)
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Vocabulary Report

• conjecture -
• indirect -
• indirect reasoning -
• conditional statement -
• postulate -
• proof -
• reasoning -
• if-then statement -
• counterexample -
• converse -
• inductive reasoning -
• inverse -
• contrapositive -
• deductive reasoning -
• Law of Detachment -
• Law of Syllogism -