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Geometric Thinking and Geometric Concepts

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Characteristics of the Van Hiele levels indicate

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Question 2.
In Van Hiele's level zero, Visualization, activities includes all of the following EXCEPT

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Question 3.
General indicators that are more indicative of level two thinkers include all of the following EXCEPT

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Question 4.
At level 0, the most important type of activity a teacher can have students work with is to

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Question 5.
When using a geoboard early on, consider the following tip

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Question 6.
Using smaller shapes or tiles to create larger shapes is a good level three activity.

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Question 7.
Level zero, Visualization, focuses on the global features of shapes versus analyzing their properties.

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Question 8.
Students at level two have a hard time seeing relationships among items other than disjoint classifications.

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Question 9.
At level two, instructions can begin to focus on definitions.

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Question 10.

To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.

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