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Critical thinking skills

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Critical thinking questions include, 'Why is this important? What are the causes and effects of this? How do we know if this is true?"

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A poster created for our English language arts and social studies departments (humanities) to use in their classroom, as well as in the library.

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I recently asked my students to reflect on our first unit of study and present their reflections to me. They needed to identify and explain what they learned using the Foundation for Critical Think…

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“Evaluation” is the most abstract and complex level of critical thinking. To evaluate or make judgments, students must accept a given criteria as the standard before being able to come to an accurate conclusion. The 25 lessons in this unit provide practice with personal values, accuracy of facts, recognizing bias, and using reference sources. Example: “You want to go to a summer camp. What makes a good one?” The sequential activities featured here are sure to develop critical thinking…

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At a very young age, children encounter the need to follow verbal directions. As they grow, the directions become more complex. The 23 lessons in this unit use math, language, art, and listening skills - as well as reasoning, logic, and visualization - to develop critical thinking. The primary purpose of each activity is to focus on following directions. Example:Count all the members of your family - even your pets. How many feet are in your family? The activities featured begin at a fairly…

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Promote thinking! Analysis is the ability to break a whole into its component parts and understand how each functions as part of the whole. The ability to reason logically is a major skill at this step of the critical thinking process. The 27 lessons in this unit include a variety of analogies and puzzles. As students work the exercises they learn to examine the whole, make judgments about the pieces, and finally see how these pieces relate to each other. These sequential activities are sure…

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Promote respectful conversation in the classroom while building critical thinking skills. Cards feature conversation starters to aid in classroom discussions and help students engage in accountable talk.Includes:• "Let's Talk" banner (22.25" x 8")• 17 conversation starter cards (approximately 11" x 7")• 1 customizable card• teaching guide

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