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395 resources with the concept logic

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What is Zeno’s Dichotomy Paradox?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Logic, paradox, infinity and finite...it all used to be Greek to me! And these concepts in modern day philosophy and advanced mathematics truly are Greek in origin, with particular regard to ancient Greek philosopher Zeno of Elea. Learn...
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Lesson: Proposal for a School Sculpture

For Teachers 1st - 6th
After discussing the artistic elements and design process needed to construct the modern sculpture, Lao Tzu, kids get logical. They consider the purposeful use of space in the sculpture, design a modern piece for a specific space at...
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Forensics: Get a Clue

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Although the methods are all scientific, forensic science was started by police officers rather than scientists, who relied on observation and common sense. Young detectives use many tools to solve crimes around the school in a...
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The Presocratics: Crash Course History of Science #2

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How did early scientists arrive at the notion that everything was made of atoms? Meet the Presocratics during the second installment in an engaging History of Science series. Viewers discover how these pioneers developed a model for...
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97% of Climate Scientists Really Do Agree

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Why do some people still question climate change? Discover the components of consensus with a video from a well-written science playlist. The narrator guides viewers through the process of reviewing climate publications, how exclusive...
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Who Owns the Zebra?

For Students 6th - 8th
Five women of different ethnicities and living in differently colored houses own different pets, drink different beverages, and work in different professions. Who is who? Solve a logic puzzle that provides 14 clues about connections...
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Fallacies

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
All teacher workrooms contain a coffee maker, therefore all teachers must be addicted to coffee. That sentence represents a logical fallacy (although it may be true from some), a topic the seventh installment in the 24-part Writing the...
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Simply Elementary, Watson

For Students 10th - 12th
Explore the process of inductive and deductive reasoning. A collaborative lesson has some groups apply an inductive approach and others a deductive approach. Through class discussion, scholars compare their processes and discuss...
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Can You Solve the $20 Riddle?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Do your young scientists love a good brain teaser? A video from an extensive physics playlist introduces a creative way to work those critical thinking skills. Watch as the host works through the scenarios that involve logic, statistics,...
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Can You Solve the Egg Drop Riddle?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
100 floors, 100 Faberge eggs, one thief, and one escape vehicle. Young logicians put together what they know to determine how a thief can safely drop a fragile Faberge egg out a window of the city museum into her waiting truck and escape.
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Can You Solve the Counterfeit Coin Riddle?

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Math enthusiasts and riddle gurus are sure to love a mind-bending puzzle involving a king, a scale, and a counterfeit coin. Middle and high schoolers work through a video that describes a mathematician's challenge to find a false coin in...
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Boolean Algebra is Elementary

For Teachers 3rd - 6th Standards
See how Boolean algebra relates to video games with a lesson plan that teaches young scholars how to use Boolean algebra to create rules for a virtual world. They test the rule base for consistency in groups.
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Language of Algebra

For Teachers 5th - 8th Standards
Don't rush into algebra, let learners visualize, guess, and predict their way to a successful math career. The introductory unit incorporates beginner algebraic concepts with shapes instead of variables. Young mathematicians use a...
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Aristotelian Appeals: Logos, Ethos, and Pathos

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How are commercials and advertisements able to convince their audience that they need to buy a certain product? Study Aristole's appeals with an engaging lesson that focuses on the use of ethos, pathos, and logos in claims and arguments.
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Module 6: Congruence, Construction, and Proof

For Teachers 8th - 10th Standards
Trace the links between a variety of math concepts in this far-reaching unit. Ideas that seem very different on the outset (like the distance formula and rigid transformations) come together in very natural and logical ways. This unit...
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Logical Fallacies

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Help your learners grow their critical thinking and analytical skills by asking them to examine logical fallacies. After reading an example, pupils determine if two sets of premises and conclusions are logical fallacies or not and...
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Ad Hominem Arguments

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Give your class a lesson in logical reasoning. This worksheet, which focuses on ad hominem arguments, goes step by step through an example. After examining the argument, learners assess a second conversation for ad hominem arguments and...
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Learn to Code: Understanding Functions and Making a Guessing Game

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Here's where it all comes together. Using the skills learned in the previous three videos, the final installment of this series on JavaScript explores how to create functions. By the end of the video, young programmers will be able to...
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Learn to Code: Arrays and Logic Statements

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Young programmers learn about the concepts of arrays and logic statements with the third video in this introductory series on JavaScript. Starting with a brief explanation of arrays, the resource goes on to provide clear and simple...
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Analysis Frame: Persuasion

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Examine a persuasive piece with a series of categorized analysis questions. You can start out with the basic questions provided at the top of the page, and move on to the more complex questions listed below. The questions cover content,...
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Lesson: Urs Fischer: Controlling our Logic, Metaphors, and Semantics

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Kids use poetry and contemporary art to start thinking about logic and personal expression. They read Sylvia Plath's poem "Metaphor," and critically examine the art of Urs Fischer. After working though a few logic problems they write...
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Secret Country Code Breaker

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Super cool and totally fun math awaits your class. They are the code breakers, and their job is to identify and locate the secret agent by breaking two different codes. They use all their skills to solve a series of double-digit addition...
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Lesson 12: What Reasonable Conclusions are Possible?

For Teachers 11th - Higher Ed
Oftentimes, we jump to conclusions when we are given a limited amount of information. Take a look at reasonable conclusions with your communications studies class. If-clauses, dichotomous thinking, and assumptions are all covered with...
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Converse, Inverse, and Contrapositive: Lesson

For Students 9th - 12th
Is it true? Use an inquisitive resource to find the truth of related statements. Using short-hand notation, the video shows how to write the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of a conditional statement. The segment a larger geometry...