Critical Thinking Skills Using Logic
Putting basic logic into practice! Because logic is the basis for all reasoning skills, it is important to teach it in as many different formats as possible. The 24 lessons in this unit involve the basic skills of language, math, and visual perception. Students must analyze each problem, evaluate possible solutions, and follow sequential steps to arrive at a conclusion. Example: Choose the ending that is most logical: "My bike has a flat tire, so: A) I need a new bike. B) I should fix the tire. C) I'll ride it anyway." The sequential activities featured here will most certainly help young learners develop critical thinking skills.
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