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Unformatted text preview: 1. Find controlling ideas 2. Read/listen to the presentation 3. Identify relationships 4. Summarize Coping with Complexity 1. Deal with one sub-issue at a time 2. Use decisions about various sub0issues to formulate overall view Own View -What A Critical Thinker Does: 1. Know what you think and why you think it 2. Seek other views and more evidence 3. Decide which view is most reasonable (evaluate those views) 4. Construct the most reasonable view (revise if needed) 5. Note: If your view is always confirmed, you may be twisting evidence Others’ Views 1, Understand the others’ view 2. Seek more views and more evidence 3. Evaluate various views 4. Construct the most reasonable view Adapted from: Ruggiero, V, (1989). Critical Thinking . Rapid City, SD: CSI....
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