i/w week 1 work 1

Jun 6th, 2014
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Individual Work 1 (30 points)

As you begin to learn about critical thinking, you will become aware of the thought process used to make informed, intelligent decisions and apply critical thinking in setting realistic goals for your career and everyday life. 

After completing the reading on "Thinking," respond to the questions below: 

  1. What steps does your textbook’s author recommend for achieving your short term goals? 
  2. What steps does your textbook’s author recommend for achieving your long term goals?
  3. Describe an important decision in your academic or personal life that you will have to make in the near future.
  4. Explain the reasons for your decision and conclude with your best possible choice (reference the five step decision making approach described in Chapter 1, pages 21-24). 
Re-type and then answer each question in a 1-2 page paper.


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