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Practical Critical Thinking: Teacher's Manual - eBook

for Grades 9-12+

Grades: 9-12+

Critical Thinking

Grades: 9-12+

Critical Thinking

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This detailed, 304-page, Teacher's Manual is highly recommended to be used with Practical Critical Thinking: Student Book.

Topics covered are:
     •  The Basics of Critical Thinking
     •  Obstacles to Critical Thinking
     •  Evaluating Evidence
     •  Creative Problem-Solving
     •  Ambiguity, Vagueness, and Doublespeak
     •  Arguments
     •  Informal Fallacies
     •  Advertising
     •  Eyewitness Testimony, Direct & Circumstantial Evidence

This Teacher's Manual eBook is in color.

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Our eBooks are electronic versions of the book pages that you may print to any paper printer. You can open the PDF eBook from any device or computer that has a PDF reader such as Adobe® Reader®. You can immediately download your eBook from "My Account" under the "My Downloadable Product" section after you place your order.

Product Details

Item#: 01213GEP
Author(s): Catherine Connors-Nelson
TOC: View Table Of Contents
Type: Instruction/Answer Guide
Media: eBook
License: Reproducible
ISBN–10: 1-60144-771-X
ISBN–13: 978-1-60144-771-5
Pages: 304, Color


Tillywig Brain Child Award, 2015

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"The learning strategies employed in Practical Critical Thinking take into account the unique qualities of the adolescent brain. Consequently, students find the material both enjoyable and easy to absorb. It is organized and expressed in such a way as to maximize attention and encourage motivation through fun, concrete activities that create positive learning experiences. Chapters are divided into concise, digestible sections that engage students in the processes of elaborating, verbalizing, sharing, writing, and drawing, mixing concrete experiences with symbolic and abstract learning. Novelty and prediction are consistently used as a means of arousing students' curiosity, making them active participants in the learning process. As a result, students buy into the concepts presented and quickly develop the practice of using these skills in their daily lives, the benefits of which are immediate and far-reaching. " - Tillywig Brain Child Award Review,