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Critical Thinking in Everyday Life

Author: Melanie Crisfield (Brunel University) (Brunel University)
Description: - Understand what critical thinking is
- Understand how this is applied in a daily context
- Understand how this skill can be transferred between different contexts
Estimated activity time: 20-30 minutes
Type of media: Lesson Plan, Slides, Powerpoint file, PDF file
Licence: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0
(This resource can be freely repurposed and reused)
Category: Critical Thinking and Reflection
Date: This information/resource was last updated in .


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This is an interactive small group activity designed to help students understand the critical thinking skills they already have, and how these skills can transfer across different context.

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Pens, paper

Contributor's comments on the use of this resource:

Use as a way of introducing the concept of critical thinking and as a means of situating CT in a non-academic context.

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