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Critical Thinking Tutorial – Pro & Con Argument

Why present arguments for and against your position? To find out, listen to my tutorial – click HERE. […]

Critical Thinking Tutorial – Persuading B

In Persuading Part A, I cautioned writers against using false persuading strategies. Are there appropriate persuading strategies that writers can use? To learn about effective persuading strategies, listen to my tutorial – click HERE. […]

Critical Thinking Tutorial – Persuasion A

Writers sometimes use false strategies … strategies which look right but are false arguments … where the conclusion does not follow from the premises. Sometimes these strategies are called crooked thinking. To learn more about false persuading strategies, listen to my tutorial – click HERE. […]

Critical Thinking Tutorial – Hypothetical Instence

A hypothetical instance can be used to consider alternative point of view. To learn more about using a hypothetical instance, listen to my tutorial – click HERE. […]

Critical Thinking Tutorial – Fallacies

Whenever readers detect that a writer has used a fallacy, they become wary. They may be concerned that the writer did not know that the argument as presented was false or, worse, suspect that the writer tried to convince readers by using an unsuspected false argument. To learn more about fallacies, listen to my tutorial […] […]

Critical Thinking Tutorial – Deductive Reasoning

Deductive reasoning applies two specific criteria to solve problems that involve an information gap and a logical gap. To learn more about deductive reasoning, listen to my Tutorial  – click HERE. […]

Critical Thinking Tutorial – Conditional Argument

How can you use a condition argument ( if … then argument) to close the information or logical gap between a problem and a solution? To find out, listen to my Tutorial – click HERE. […]

Critical Thinking Tutorial – Comparison

What is the best way of comparing two objects? Which thinking strategies should I use? to learn more about comparison, listen to my tutorial – click HERE. […]

Critical Thinking Tutorial – Analyzing a problem

Whenever I have a problem, I am in need of an answer or solution. So, what is needed to move from a problem to a solution? The problem and solution are separated by two gaps … an information gap and a logical gap. Therefore, to overcome the gap between a problem and a solution, we have to determine […] […]