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Who's a Widget? Making Sense of Definitions

Unit 2: Introducing Geometry
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: Students will be able to recognize and apply the components of a "good" definition (classification and differentiation). Students will be able to test definitions of terms by looking for counterexample.

Big Idea: Students will write precise definitions based on examples and non-examples and test these definitions by looking for counterexamples.

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Math, Geometry, deductive reasoning, definition, basic properties
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