critical reading presentation ed 315

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    Three Ways to  Read
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Critical Reading:  3 Steps Browse for main themes, orientation Skim for key arguments, claims Read carefully for understanding and  evaluation (Critical Reading)
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Read quickly for main ideas, recurring  themes, and controversial claims First and Last Rule:  chapters, paragraphs,  sentences Minimal notes:  questions and implications Skim
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Consider this argument from John Locke: If what I have said in the beginning of this discourse  be true, … that the difference to be found in the  manners and abilities of men, is owing more to their  education than to any thing else; we have reason to 
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Unformatted text preview: conclude, that great care is to be had of the forming of children's minds, and giving them that seasoning early, which shall influence their lives always after. What argument is made here? Are there any unstated assumptions? What facts and values are asserted? How does Locke want you to feel about education? Critical Reading Critical Reading Questions What is the main argument the author is trying to make? What assumptions does the author take for granted? What values are important to the author? Does the argument make sense?...
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