The steps in the Congruent Triangles Worksheet answers questions regarding the content of a subject. It begins with the student’s observation of the question.
Then it moves the student’s attention from the topic of the question to one of the relations that is involved in the subject. The term relationship used here means that the student’s attention is directed from one thing to another. When he is directed to the next thing, he can begin to form this relation.
After that, he should be able to answer the questions on how many things are involved in that relation. After the second set of questions, the student should be able to form a relation between the objects on the left side and the things on the right side. He should be able to form the same relation between the things on the left side and the things on the right side. He should also be able to make an association between the object on the left side and the subject.
Third, he should be able to answer the third set of questions concerning the contrast of those relations that are formed. The contrast should be produced by separating them by a given distance. The distance should be the same for all the relations that have been formed.
The fourth set of questions consists of questions regarding two-way differences. These differences should be caused by another. If the student does not know how to distinguish between a two-way difference and a non-two-way difference, he should ask his teacher for help.
Finally, he should be able to answer the last set of questions concerning directions by other objects. He should know that directions can only be made by another object in one of the directions.
The chapter 4 of the book contains a lot of exercises for a particular subject. They should be answered on time by a student.
The book also has some extra worksheets that you can use. The worksheets contain what you need to answer the questions on the worksheets.