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Critical Thinking Skills - Developing Effective Analysis and Argument(2)

Critical Thinking Skills - Developing Effective Analysis and Argument(2)

Critical Thinking Skills - Developing Effective Analysis and

  • Page 3 and 4: Critical Thinking Skills Developing
  • Page 5 and 6: Contents Introduction Glossary Ackn
  • Page 7 and 8: 10 Critical, analytical writing: Cr
  • Page 9 and 10: people are referring to when they m
  • Page 11 and 12: 'false premises'. Finally, it exami
  • Page 13 and 14: predicated on a Marxist interpretat
  • Page 15 and 16: Chapter 1 What is critical thinking
  • Page 17 and 18: Reasoning Knowing our own reasons C
  • Page 19 and 20: Underlying skills and attitudes Cri
  • Page 21 and 22: Personal strategies for critical th
  • Page 23 and 24: The idea or the action, not the per
  • Page 25 and 26: Barriers to critical thinking (2) L
  • Page 27 and 28: Critical thinking: Knowledge, skill
  • Page 29 and 30: ther D low esser - - See PL--*--- k
  • Page 31 and 32: Chapter 2 How well do you think Dev
  • Page 33 and 34: Activity: Argument and disagreement
  • Page 35 and 36: Non-arguments: Explanations and sum
  • Page 37 and 38: There were many reasons why the stu
  • Page 39 and 40: Activity: Selecting out the argumen
  • Page 41 and 42: This chapter has looked at ways of
  • Page 43 and 44: Chapter 5 How well do they say it C
  • Page 45 and 46: Internal consistency larity and int
  • Page 47 and 48: Logical consistency clear and consi
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  • Page 51 and 52: Intermediate conclusions In I anger
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    -- Activity: Intermediate conclusio

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    Activity: Summative and logical con

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    Activity: Logical order L 8,"L I ne

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    Answers to activities in Chapter 5

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    - Answers to activities in Chapter

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    Answers to activities in Chapter 5

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    Chapter 6 Reading between the lines

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    Activity: Identify the underlying a

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    Implicit assumptions used as reason

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    False premises Predicating an argum

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    Implicit arguments ~plicit and impl

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    Denoted and connoted meanings (I) A

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    - - Activities: Associations and st

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    This chapter looked at some aspects

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    Answers to activities in Chapter 6

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    Answers to activities in Chapter 6

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    Chapter 7 Does it add up Identifyin

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    Correlations and false correlations

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    Not meeting the necessary condition

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    Activity: Necessary and sufficient

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    Activity: False analogies Activity

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    Other types of flawed argument Ther

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    Emotive language; Attacking the per

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    1 Misrepresentation and trivialisat

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    This chapter introduces many of the

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    Answers to activities in Chapter 7

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    Chapter 8 Where's the proof Finding

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    Searching for evidence Critical thi

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    Reputable sources For academic stud

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    Currency and reliability Currency I

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    Relevant and irrelevant evidence Re

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    - Representative samples 1 I Most r

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    Certainty and probability Certainty

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    Generalisations are useful as they

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    Facts and opinions Opinion An opini

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    - Triangulation What is triangulati

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    This chapter has looked at some key

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    Chapter 9 Critical reading and note

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    Identifying the theoretical perspec

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    Categorising and selecting Critical

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    Making notes to support critical re

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    Concise critical notes: Analysing a

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    Concise critical notes: Articles an

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    Activity: critical selection - Note

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    Commentary on critical selection ac

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    I Note your source of information (

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    Answers to activities in Chapter 8

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    Chapter 10 Critical, analytical wri

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    Characteristics of critical, analyt

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    I Activity: Setting the scene for t

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    Words used to introduce the line of

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    Signposting alternative points of v

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    Words used to signpost conclusions

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    Activity: Writing conclusions N Act

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    Answers to activities in Chapter 10

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    Checklist for Essay 1 Use this chec

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    Evaluate Essay 1 (continued) known

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    Commentary for Essay 1 The numbers

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    ---- --A - Checklist for evaluating

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    Evaluate Essay 2 (continued) or pro

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    Commentary on Essay 2 The numbers o

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    Evaluating your writing for critica

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    -- This chapter provided the opport

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    Texts for activities in Chapters 8,

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    Texts for activities in Chapters 8,

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    Texts for activities in Chapters 8,

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    T -- ------ Practice 1: Features of

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    - - Practice 1: Features of an argu

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    Practice 1: Features of an argument

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    Answers to Practice 1: Features of

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    Answers to Practice 1: Features of

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    Practice 2: Finding flaws in the ar

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    Practice 2: Finding flaws in the ar

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    Answers to Practice 2: Finding flaw

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    Answers to Practice 2: Finding flaw

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    Practice 3: Features of an araument

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    Practice 3: Features of an argument

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    Practice 3: Features of an argument

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    Answers to Practice 3: Features of

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    Answers to Practice 3: Features of

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    Practice 4: Finding flaws in the ar

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    Practice 4: Finding flaws in the ar

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    Practice 4: Finding flaws in the ar

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    Practice 4: Finding flaws in the ar

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    Answers to Practice 4: Finding flaw

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    Answers to Practice 4: Finding flaw

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    I Answers to Practice 4: Finding fl

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    Bibliography Arnheim, R. (1954, 197

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    abstracts, using, 128 academic writ

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    eading and accurate interpretation,

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