Critical Reading, Listening, & Viewing creative

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CRITICAL READING, LISTENING, & VIEWING CREATIVE THINKING Team B University Of Phoenix HUM/114 Mr. R. Barton
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Strategy for critical reading Strategy for critical listening Strategy for critical viewing Key methods for producing ideas Construct relevant scenarios Unbiased critical thinking Critical evaluation Differentiating problems and solutions Utilizing techniques Strategies for creative thinking Strategies for creative thinking II Quote References
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CRITICAL & CREATIVE THINKING Execute
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STRATEGY FOR CRITICAL READING BY ELOISE WALLACE Skim the work Reflect on your views
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STRATEGY FOR CRITICAL LISTENING BY ELOISE WALLACE No preconceptions Focus on the message
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STRATEGY FOR CRITICAL VIEWING BY ELOISE WALLACE Statistical graphics Advertisements/ print or television
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KEY METHODS FOR PRODUCING IDEAS BY LADIAMOND JACKSON Use free association Unclear ideas Make people think
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CONSTRUCT RELEVANT SCENARIOS BY LADIAMOND JACKSON The truth vs. lies Why, when, where, and how Taking away what is important
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UNBIASED CRITICAL THINKING BY DERICK MCKINNEY Think about the situation Coming up with different options
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CRITICAL EVALUATION BY DERICK MCKINNEY Evaluate the situation Evaluate the person, place, or thing
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