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  • Nur Zalifah Binti KazulnizamAnisah Binti JohariNur Syazwani Binti Mohd SallehNurul Hidayah Binti Hassan
  •  Introduction Definition Meaning Importance Of Critical Thinking How To Improve Critical Thinking Critical Thinking Standards The Benefits Of Critical Thinking Barriers To Critical Thinking Conclusion
  •  Critical thinking is an important componentof most professions. It is a part of theformal education process and is increasinglysignificant as studen t’s progressthrough university to graduate education,although there is debate among educatorsabout its precise meaning and scope.
  •  Critical thinking has been described asreasonable reflective thinking focused ondeciding what to believe or do and it describedin more detail as the intellectually disciplinedp r o c e s s o f a c t i v e l y a n d s k i l l f u l l ycon ce p t u ali z i n g, applyi n g, an alyz i n g,synthesizing, or evaluating informationgathered from, or generated by, observation,experience, reflection, reasoning, orcommunication, as a guide to belief and action.
  •  Critical thinking clarifies goals, examinesassumptions, discerns hidden values,evaluates evidence, accomplishes actions,and assesses conclusions. Critical as used in the expression criticalthinking connotes the importance orcentrality of the thinking to an issue,question or problem of concern
  •  Critical thinking is a domain-generalthinking skill Critical thinking is very important in thenew knowledge economy Critical thinking enhances language andpresentation skills
  •  Critical thinking promotes creativity Critical thinking is crucial for self-reflection. Good critical thinking is the foundation ofscience and a liberal democratic society.
  •  The mastery of critical thinking is similarto the mastery of many other skills. Thereare three important components on how toimprove critical thinking, it is theory,practice, and attitude.
  •  Clarity Precision Accuracy Relevance Consistency Logical correctness Completeness
  • Student learn a variety of skills that can greatlyimprove their classroom performance Understanding the arguments and beliefs ofothers Critically evaluating those arguments andbeliefs Developing and defending one’s own wellsupported argument and beliefs
  •  Lack of relevant background information Poor reading skills Bias Prejudice Superstition Egocentrism, self-centered thinking
  • A course in critical thinking is like most otherthings in life, you get out of it what you putinto. If you approach critical thinking as achore-a pointless general educationrequirement you need to get out of the waybefore you can turn to more relevant coursesin your major-a core it will be.