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Appendix A HUM/111 Version 4 1 Axia College Material Appendix A Midterm Exam Access the Week Four Electronic Reserve Readings located under the materials section of the student website. Read this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings. Write a paragraph of approximately 100 words for each of the following questions. 1. Using the critical thinking skills you have gained and the materials provided for this assignment, identify two possible strategies that Thomas Hutchinson or Samuel Adams, or both, likely used to develop and improve his thinking prior to taking a stand and acting according to his beliefs. I believe that two possible strategies that Thomas Hutchinson and Samuel Adams likely used are visualizing the solution and using relevant scenarios. I say both of these, because they would help the most within the solutions that resulted in the Boston Tea Party. By visualizing the solution when they were planning the Boston Tea Party they would be able to see all of the situations they will or could use. Also by using relevant scenario’s they may be able to try and plot counter strikes. If you look at a scenario that was similar to there’s then they may be able to see what the last person did wrong and make it better. 2. Explain the importance of building a foundation for critical and creative thinking when evaluating historical events such as the Boston Tea Party. When evaluating a historical event it is important to for a foundation for critical thinking because you must always consider that facts of what happened, meaning the things that we know are true. It is important to create a foundation for creative thinking because along with the facts we also must consider the possibilities of what could have happened that we do not know about because of course you may not have been present at the time of the event. There are always to sides to a story and you don’t always get the whole story.
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