Critical thinking about headlines

IB Psychology: Critical thinking about headlines

The following activity is adapted from Jon Mueller"s great website Correlation or Causation. I give this worksheet to my students in pairs. I ask them to find as many problems as they can with the short research blurbs that are included. They should not make any assumptions, but just work with what is there. Critical thinking worksheetBelow you will see a copy of each of the headlines. Below each section you will find...

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