Critical Thinking Activites

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What you could do, however, is practice reframing the statement in different ways.

What you could do, however, is practice reframing the statement in different ways.

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For example, if someone says, 'Capitalism is the cause of economic inequality,' this is not a statement that invites questioning.

If said with authority, you might have no reason to question it in the first place.

Try it risk-free Critical thinking skills are something that we develop over time through practice and commitment.

In this video, we'll explore some exercises, activities and strategies to improve your critical thinking skills and ability to be objective.

You can do this on your own by making a list of statements and then trying to reframe them in a way that encourages further questions or evidence before you draw a conclusion.

For example, you could take our earlier statement about capitalism and reframe it as 'Is capitalism the cause of economic inequality?

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