COMM UNIT 4 Habits That Hinder Critical Thinking

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Instructions: Refer to class notes and readings from Unit 4: Critical Thinking to help you complete this activity. This activity has two parts and two different sets of instructions. First of all, in class we discussed different habits that help and/or hinder individuals’ critical thinking. This first part requires some personal reflection on your part.


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COMM UNIT 4 Habits That Hinder Critical Thinking
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Activity 5: Critical thinking Instructions: Refer to class notes and readings from Unit 4: Critical Thinking to help you complete this activity. This activity has two parts and two different sets of instructions. First of all, in class we discussed different habits that help and/or hinder individuals’ critical thinking. This first part requires some personal reflection on your part. (1) Of the seven habits of a STRONG critical thinker, please identify AT LEAST two habits you believe you possess. For this part please define the habit in your own words, then justify your reasoning as to why you believe you possess that habit. Using examples for your justification may be very helpful. (2) Now, of the six habits that HINDER critical thinkers, please identify AT LEAST two habits you suffer from. For this part please define the habit in your own words, then justify your reasoning as to why you believe you possess that habit. Using examples for your justification may be very helpful. Also, please provide a possible remedy (solution) to overcome both bad habits. Instructions: In class, we discussed six cognitive skills of a critical thinker. You will need to define each step and use these steps when assessing and defending a controversial topic. (3) Identify and define each of the six cognitive skills of a critical thinker in your own words. (4) Given these cognitive skills related to critical thinking, you will need to defend both sides of a controversial topic. Each of your defenses should be about a paragraph, which includes arguments that reinforces the controversial claim along with examples. These paragraphs can be fictitious, but they should be well-reasoned. a. Every individual should be forced to receive a university education. b. Individuals should not be forced to receive a university education. This activity must be submitted to eCampus as either a text submission or an attached file no later than 11:59pm. ...
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Running head: CRITICAL THINKING

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Critical Thinking
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CRITICAL THINKING

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Introduction

Critical thinking refers to the ability to make judgement depending on the situation at
hand purposely. The ability to think critically depends on several factors which may either
promote or hinder the process. As a critical thinker, there are several things that one possesses
and play an essential role in the overall impact in making a critical judgement.

Part one

One of the strong habits in critical thinking that I possess is truth-seeking which refers to
the basic desire to attain the best knowledge. In truth-seeking, an individual wisely focuses on
understanding the honesty part of a story. As a truth seeker, I always find out the truth in every
matter before making final judgement especially when dealing with people of different
personalities (Shiraev & Levy, 2016). The seco...

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