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Session+2+Supplement - LESSON 2 Lesson Supplement Critical...

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LESSON 2: Lesson Supplement Critical Reasoning Questions Children who learn to play a musical instrument will be more likely to excel in school than children in the same demographic who don't learn an instrument, since playing a musical instrument has been shown to improve spatial reasoning and the ability to detect nuances in tones of voice. Based on the argument above, which of the following CANNOT be true? The average number of years of schooling completed is higher for students who learn to play an instrument than for students who do not. A student who has an aptitude for music must also have excellent tone recognition and spatial reasoning abilities. Studies have shown voice based tonal recognition to be underdeveloped in most children who play a musical instrument. Children who learn to play an instrument at a young age develop better spatial reasoning than those who learn to play an instrument at an older age. Learning to play a musical instrument is a more effective means of developing spatial reasoning and tone recognition skills than is studying musical theory.
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LESSON 2: Lesson Supplement Critical Reasoning Questions In recent years, many authors of personal online journals have received acclaim as journalists. But online journals do not usually undergo editorial review and so need not meet the standards enforced for magazines and newspapers. Therefore, personal online journals are not works of journalism. Which of the following is an assumption made by the author of the passage above? Online journals written by professional journalists tend to be less popular than those written by amateurs. Only writing created for print publications qualifies as journalism. Authors of online journals should pay more attention to the journalistic integrity of their writing. Professional journalists are primarily concerned with writing articles that meet predetermined editorial standards. Written works have to undergo editorial review and conform to a set of standards in order to be considered journalism.
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LESSON 2: Lesson Supplement Critical Reasoning Questions Over the next ten years, nearly every book currently in print will become
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course GB 752 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '11 term at Loyola Maryland.

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Session+2+Supplement - LESSON 2 Lesson Supplement Critical...

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