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Chapter 4 critical, creative and practical thinking

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  • 1. ANDRES GARCIA 1. Why is it important to ask and answer questions? Because asking questions helps you focus your thinking, only students who have questions are really thinking and learning. Answering questions changes information into useful material that can help you achieve goals 2. What are the different ways to question effectively? Give an example of each! Knowing why you question. For example; defining your purpose. What you want to question. For example; being motivated by seeking information that is related to goal achievement. 3-4. What are the three types of thinking skills and how can you enrich these skills? Analytically- ex: How do illegal immigrants is affected by the government? Creatively- ex: What if there wasn’t gravity on Earth? Practically- ex: How can I make the most of what I do well? You can enrich these skills by: Using analyzed information and creative ideas to take action Appling academic knowledge to real-world problems Considering “if-then” scenarios Making use of what you’ve learned from experience Engaging emotional intelligence

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