EDIS STUDY GUIDE PT II

EDIS STUDY GUIDE PT II - EDIS STUDY GUIDE PT II CRITICAL...

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EDIS STUDY GUIDE PT II CRITICAL THINKING RICHARD PAUL AND LINDA ELDER CHAPTER 7 Reading FILL IN THE BLANK: 1. What are the eight requirements needed for reading closely and becoming a substantive writer? Clarify Purposes, Formulate clear questions, distinguish accurate and relevant information, distinguish  justifiable from unjustifiable assumptions, identify significant and deep concepts, trace logical implications,  identify and think within multiple viewpoints, and reach logical inferences or conclusions. 2. List some of the purposes for reading: Pleasure, get information, learn a new subject, or to understand and appreciate a new world. 3. Define cognitive and meta-cognitive Cognitive-thinking Meta-cognitive-thinking about thinking 4. What should a reflective reader be able to do? -Summarize meaning of text in own words -Give examples from personal experience -Generate metaphors/diagrams
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course EDIS 289 taught by Professor Gutman during the Spring '08 term at UVA.

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