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"Geometry is a skill of the eyes and the hands as well as of the mind." (Jean Pedersen)
need resources for PROOFS
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jbakewell
Posted 11/8/2009 10:23 PM (#2564)
Subject: need resources for PROOFS
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Does anyone know of any good web (or other) resources to aide students in working with Geometry proofs?
salbright
Posted 2/20/2010 9:38 AM (#2723 - in reply to #2564)
Subject: RE: need resources for PROOFS
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Did you ever find any resources for this?
szehnder
Posted 10/28/2010 12:53 PM (#2853 - in reply to #2564)
Subject: RE: need resources for PROOFS


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I dont have any websites/etc...but what i do with my adv. geo kids is have them keep a composition notebook with all of their theorems/postulates and definitions from each chapter in it. They have to write out the full theorem word for word like it is in the back of the book - same for definitions. Then I collect and grade on test day. It has helped a lot in students memorizing their thms, post, def - which is the first thing they really need to know before you can start working proofs.
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