1. How does college encourage critical thinking? Explain your answer.2. How do critical arguments differ from emotional arguments? Give an example.3. Based on the definitions in this chapter, do you believe you already are a critical thinker? If so, tellwhy. If not, tell how you plan to become more of one.4. Some students will complain that "the teacher should have all the answers." They resent when a teacher says, “I'm not sure. What do you think about that?” How would you characterize these students' attitudes? students at all levels are more likely to exercise their critical thinking abilities when they're confronted by the experiences and opinions of others than when they are not” (5. Think about one or more careers you hope you wind up in. They don’t have to correlate with your academic major at this point, but they should be fields about which you have a passion. How might you use critical thinking in those fields? How would it help you do a better job?I am a paralegal and my role requires critical thinking on a daily basis.