For Michael Smith

  • Your text talks at length about the use of questions in critical thinking, and states that "To learn a subject is to learn to ask the questions the best thinkers in the field routinely ask (Paul & Elder, 2012)." In what situations do you ask questions to get better understanding? Are you reluctant to ask questions, and if so, why?  100 words



In his book, Critical Thinking in Everyday Life, author Robert Ridel states, "To question is to understand." Do you believe that statement is true? Why or why not? How do you use questions to gain greater understanding? (Ridel, R., 2015). 100 words





When you are confronted with an argument, do you use logic and rhetoric? What role do these elements play in your discussion of controversial topics? 100 words

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