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Wk2dq1 - How does critical thinking affect you as a reader and Writer How can thinking critically improve your writing There are many ways that

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How does critical thinking affect you as a reader and Writer? How can thinking critically improve your writing? There are many ways that critical thinking affects me as both a reader and a writer. As a reader I can look at statements that the writer makes, and decide if they make sense, and actually support the writer’s argument. If a writer uses many statements that I agree with, but are not necessarily related to main topic, I may find myself agreeing with the entire argument. However, if I apply critical thinking skills, I can dissect the information, and look for statements that strongly support the argument. I can also watch for vague statements, at times I may have to take a second look at what I’m reading, and try to decipher what that person is truly trying to say. Thinking critically will also allow me to determine if a sentence uses rhetorical force, if it
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course CRT CRT taught by Professor Trunk during the Spring '10 term at AUP.

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