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Healey-Critical thinking with YouTube


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From a workshop by Deborah Healey in December 201

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Healey-Critical thinking with YouTube

  1. 1. + Critical Thinking and YouTube Deborah Healey, American English Institute Department of Linguistics University of Oregon
  2. 2. + Overview  What you know  Elements of CT  Different types of videos  Bloom’s taxonomy and video tasks
  3. 3. + What do you think now?  What is critical thinking?  What are some characteristics of CT? (Think, Pair, Share)
  4. 4. + Definitions of CT: Paul & Elder Critical thinking is that mode of thinking — about any subject, content, or problem — in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skillfully analyzing, assessing, and reconstructing it. Critical thinking is self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking. It presupposes assent to rigorous standards of excellence and mindful command of their use. Foundation for Critical Thinking:
  5. 5. + Elements of critical thinking  Thinking independently  Fairmindedness  Intellectual humility  Clarifying issues  Listening critically  Examining assumptions  dimensions-of-critical-thought/466
  6. 6. + Watch - humor  1st viewing: What is going on?  2nd viewing: What is unexpected?  Discussion: Was this funny? Why or why not?  Do you speak English? ol  If All Movies had Internet ol  If All Movies had Smartphones ol
  7. 7. + Watch - opinion  1st viewing: What is going on? viewing: What is the woman’s point of  2nd view? What is the point of view that she doesn’t like?  Discussion:Whose opinion do you agree with, and why?  And now you know – non-smoker ol
  8. 8. + Watch - debate  Vocabulary: vegan, omnivore  1st viewing: What are the points of view?  Discussion: Whose opinions do you agree with, and why?  2nd viewing: What do you think now? Did your ideas change?  The Doctors: Vegans vs Meat Eaters ol  The Meat and Dairy Drug ol  Philip Wollen: Animals Should be Off the Menu
  9. 9. + Digital literacy – movie trailers  1st viewing: What is going on?  2nd viewing: What are they doing with sound and image to affect how you feel?  Men In Black 3 trailer ol  Beasts of the Southern Wild trailer ol  Oz the Great and Powerful trailer ol  The Last Stand trailer ol
  10. 10. + Higher order thinking skills (HOTS)- Bloom’s Taxonomy Lowest  Remembering  Understanding  Applying  Analyzing  Evaluating  Creating Highest
  11. 11. Cognitive Domain Verbs ProductsRemembering Define, duplicate, list, name, recall, Definitions, fact charts, lists,(Remember info) reproduce, tell, underline recitations, worksheetsUnderstanding Calculate, describe, discuss, expand, Drawing, paraphrasing, peer(Explain info/ explain, identify, locate, outline, teaching, show and tell, story concepts) report, restate problems, summaryApplying Classify, demonstrate, dramatize, Collection, interview, model(Use information in illustrate, practice, solve, use building, presentation, role new ways) playing, scrap book, simulateAnalyzing Appraise, compare, contrast, Chart, plan, questionnaire,(Distinguish different differentiate, distinguish, examine, spreadsheet, summary, parts) infer, outline, sequence, test surveyEvaluating Appraise, defend, dispute, editorialize, Critique, judgment, opinion,(Defend concept or judge, justify, prioritize, rate, select, recommendation, report, self- idea) support, verify evaluationCreating Change, combine, compose, create, Puppet show, cartoon, book(Create new) define, formulate, hypothesize, cover, multimedia, new game, improve, invent, predict poem, skit
  12. 12. + Q&A Thank you for sharing your ideas! Deborah Healey, Thanks to Deanna Hochstein for some CT material!