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Wrong Question

When I look at today’s prompt, it reminds me of one of the most common questions used by teachers all around the world for a five-paragraph essay or speech: ‘If you have a million dollars, what would you do?’  Of course there are many variations to the value of the money such as ten thousand dollars, a billion dollars or something to that amount. 318 more words

Critical Thinking

Sounds like a topic for an English class, and you know, we probably took it for granted at the time. Do I really need to be taught how to think? 286 more words


Are You a Critical Thinker?

Critical thinking is defined as, “the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgment.”

Are you a critical thinker? Many people aren’t, and yet they don’t even know it. 475 more words

Red Pill

Reflection on Part

This is a section of the course I have enjoyed immensely despite difficulties caused by a whiplash injury which slowed my progress down frustratingly.  I found the exercises on the whole really enjoyable although I freely admit to not being concerned if I did not do many plaits in the future! 1,520 more words


Reflections about What’s and Why’s

Carol A. Hand

Wrapped in a cocoon of protective covers that embraced me,
trusting that what happened as I slept was meant to be,
Ancestor’s kept me safe and warm throughout the night. 181 more words

Critical Thinking

Workshops: Critical Reading, Essay Planning and Writing - 1 November 2016

Being a masters student is challenging, not just because of the level you will be learning at but also the amount of work (e.g. reading and writing) you’ll be expected to do, and all the while being ‘critical’. 92 more words