Critical Reasoning

What

The ability to construct, articulate and understand well-supported claims to knowledge and to challenge weak ones. Including the skills of inference, evaluation, analysis, classification and justification.

How

Learning how to use a range of reasoning skills. Thinking through and articulating justifications for beliefs and opinions, and testing these in discussion and debate with peers.

Why

These are the transferable skills, necessary for clear and coherent thinking, speech and writing in all academic disciplines, and invaluable in everyday life situations.

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Perspectives

We all have our own perspective or viewpoint, which affects the judgements and decisions we make in life. This lesson explores a number of questions and issues that arise from this fact: What factors influence our perspective and how aware

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