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An Introduction to Critical Thinking Chapter 2 Study Guide Six Steps of Critical Thinking Critical thinking involves the use of a group of interconnected skills to analyze, creatively integrate, and evaluate what you read and hear.
Critical Thinking Dispositions Critical thinking involves certain dispositions. A disposition is a tendency to act or think in a certain way.
Review the list of dispositions that are characteristic of critical thinkers. Critical Thinking Skills To learn how to think critically, one must learn skills that build upon each other. Only by concentrating on and practicing these basic skills can mastery of critical thinking be achieved.
The author lists three basic characteristics of the skills required to think critically: Finally critical thinking is practical.
Actions are more rational if they are based on beliefs that we take to be justified. Critical thinking then, is the careful, deliberate determination of whether we should accept, reject or suspend judgement about the truth of a claim or a recommendation to act in a certain way.
Review what the guiding model of the text.
This model is discussed in steps or stages. For each step note the specific headings to help you identify the level discussed. Knowledge In terms of critical thinking, the basic level of acquisition of knowledge requires that you be able to identify what is being said: Comprehension Comprehension means understanding the material read, heard or seen.
In comprehending, you make the new knowledge that you have acquired your own by relating it to what you already know. The better you are involved with the information, the better you will comprehend it. As always, the primary test of whether you have comprehended something is whether you can put what you have read or heard into your own words.
Review some key words that help you identify when comprehension is called for. Remember that comprehending something implies that you can go beyond merely parroting the material back but instead that you can give the material your own significance.
Application Application requires that you know what you have read, heard, or seen, that you comprehend it, and that you carry out some task to apply what you comprehend to an actual situation.
Review the some tasks that require application.
Research involves all of the following except asking questions. Explanation: Research includes "creative and systematic work undertaken to extend the stock of data, together with information about humans, culture, and society, and therefore the use of this stock of data to plan new applications/5(17). Teaching Strategies to Help Promote Critical Thinking. The , Volume 22, issue 1, of the journal, Teaching of Psychology, is devoted to the teaching critical thinking. Most of the strategies included in this section come from the various articles that compose this issue. Critical Thinking Qs. STUDY. PLAY. 1. Critical thinking involves all of the following EXCEPT. Relying on emotions. (They do not rely on emotions) 2. What is Epistemology. The following are critical thinking as applied to scientific publications except. Chronological order. Term: used to consolidate diverse set of observations, refrences.
Analysis Analysis involves breaking what you read or hear into its component parts, in order to make clear how the ideas are ordered, related, or connected to other ideas.
Analysis deals with both form and content. Review how critical thinkers analyze form. Review how critical thinkers analyze content. Synthesis Synthesis involves the ability to put together the parts you analyzed with other information to create something original.
Review some key words that help you identify when synthesis is called for. Evaluation Evaluation occurs once we have understood and analyzed what is said or written and the reasons offered to support it.
Then we can appraise this information in order to decide whether you can give or withhold belief, and whether or not to take a particular action. Never put evaluation ahead of the other steps in critical thinking steps; otherwise, you will be guilty of a "rush to judgement.
For each of the following test questions, decide which of the six steps you are asked to perform.Critical Thinking Qs. STUDY. PLAY. 1.
Critical thinking involves all of the following EXCEPT. Relying on emotions. (They do not rely on emotions) 2. What is Epistemology. The following are critical thinking as applied to scientific publications except. Chronological order. Term: used to consolidate diverse set of observations, refrences.
A statement by Michael Scriven & Richard Paul, presented at the 8th Annual International Conference on Critical Thinking and Education Reform, Summer Critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and.
Critical thinking includes all of the following except: Creative thinking involves: Creativity is the ability to Creative methods include: One myth about creative This quiz covers the information in . According to Dewey and Glaser, critical thinking involves all the following EXCEPT Passive acceptance of an unreflective jump to conclusion required in the OR Clinical nurse progression from Novice to Expert necessarily requires enhancement of critical thinking skills.
Teaching Strategies to Help Promote Critical Thinking. The , Volume 22, issue 1, of the journal, Teaching of Psychology, is devoted to the teaching critical thinking.
Most of the strategies included in this section come from the various articles that compose this issue. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.