Strategies for Critical Thinking: A Plurality of Readings

IB English A: Language & Literature: Strategies for Critical Thinking: A Plurality of Readings

In the course of your teaching, you may have noticed that asking students to ‘think harder’ or ‘think critically’ doesn’t work. Students need to be given tools and strategies that enable them to think critically. Where students do think critically, and where they show this insight in examination responses, they tend to score higher marks. And, beyond academia, we probably think that critical thinking is a generally...


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