wk9DQ1 - Lastly draw a conclusion on what you already knew...

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The three steps of critical thinking are: 1. Ask Questions 2. Consider Multiple Points of View 3. Draw Conclusions The first step of critical thinking is to “engage your curiosity” You need to size up the situation, ask yourself questions. Second is to consider all points of view, all ideas are not considered equal, you need to be open minded, look at all aspects of the situation and or idea. You are looking for the truth of the matter or the best course of action.
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Unformatted text preview: Lastly, draw a conclusion on what you already knew as well what you have learned. To become a mastery of these skills might help me become a more effective college student and adult learner, because I will take more time to analyze and research each idea and or situation I may come across. Also, instead of looking at things one sided, I will consider many different points of view....
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course US/101 101 taught by Professor Keith during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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