Lesson 7: Discussion - Thinking about Thought

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1. Discuss in detail 2 Critical Thinking strategies you have learned from the chapter and the videos that you will work on continuing to develop.
Provide at least 2 personal illustrations of your using these strategies.

2. After reading Kim’s late paper who did you decide was most responsible for Kim’s failing grade? Please post and justify using a strong critical thinking argument for this choice. Explain in detail.

3. Read other students’ posts and respond to at least 2 students who who don’t agree with you. Do your best to prepare a strong, respectful argument for them to consider the reasoning you propose. Let’s have a healthy debate online!

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