Step 5 Template Project 2

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Foundations of Critical Thinking Project                      Student:  _______________________ Step 5:  Evaluate the Critical Thinking Habits of a Current or Historical Figure  Directions:  In this step, you will evaluate how the current or historical figure you chose exhibits the dispositions of critical thinking (or the  critical thinking habits).    For part A , refer back to the checklist you completed in Step 2 of this project.  Provide specific examples for each of the 7 critical thinking habits.   You must provide specific textual evidence (that is, evidence you  discovered in your research). Make sure your examples are detailed, thorough and specific.    Use complete sentences. In part B,      consider your definition of critical thinking from step one and revise your definition if needed.    In part C , write a minimum of one paragraph,  discussing how the historical figure you chose either fits or does not fit your definition of  critical thinking. Include reasons and/or examples.  Name of Current or Historical Figure I have chosen: Part A  Item Criti cal  Thin king  Habi ts Provide specific textual evidence from your research. Make sure your  examples are detailed, thorough and specific.    1. Truth - Seeki ng “Chavez's motto was "Si, se puede." (meaning "Yes, it can be done.") and he proved it to be true. His work for the fair treatment of farm workers changed the lives of millions of people for the better.” Cesar Chavez Lobby Leader http://www.enchantedlearning.com/history/us/hispanicamerican/chavez/
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