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In this 45-minute class, learners are introduced to what a proof is, the three most common formats of a proof, elements of a proof, and 4 things to pay extra attention to when constructing a proof. This is a one-time introductory class and the prerequisite to the semester long course, Geometry: Writing Proofs for Beginners. Learners are expected to have already taken Algebra 1. Together we will explore and complete the following: Introductions Learning Objective What is a...
Students will know the three common formats of a proof: two-column, paragraph, and flow. In addition to formats, students will learn and practice generating the elements used in writing a proof.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The Math Hustler (teacher, coach, and tutor)
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
3 completed classes
Hi, my name is Ms. McKinnon but students often call me Ms. M-K! I'm a Florida native, Florida State University graduate (Summer 2009, BS in Pure Mathematics), and certified Math teacher. Over the past 10 years, I've taught everything from 6th...