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Capstone CheckPoint 1 Running head: CAPSTONE CHECKPOINT Critical Analysis Kimberly Valdez Axia University of Phoenix
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Capstone CheckPoint 2 Capstone CheckPoint Different kinds of information are given to us from all sorts of angles all day, and some of us take it in and accept it without knowing what we are doing. You can be hearing the news and not be thinking critically and that is because you are not questioning the news validity. At least for the most part believe in what the anchor man is saying. When a person is thinking critically it means you are examining the information and are being aware what happening and its context and actually thinking about what the news is saying and becoming a part of the meaning , as to opposed in just listening to what they are saying. Look at it like you are reading the wall street journal, watching the news on the television or reading the Sunday newspaper. While watching the news on the television the anchor man is talking about how the economic crisis is getting worse, but you also hear that there are some
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course CRT/205 CRT/205 taught by Professor Mattocks during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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