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The 24 lessons in this unit involve the basic skills of language, math, and visual perception. Students must analyze each problem, evaluate possible solutions, and follow sequential steps to arrive at a conclusion.
The sequential activities featured here will most certainly help young learners develop critical thinking skills. Grades 3-6.
Vendor: Remedia Publications
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Kathy5 Stars Out Of 5Introduction to Formal LogicFebruary 18, 2014KathyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Before embarking on a "formal" logic course, my husband and I decided it would be best to give our fifth grader an "introduction to logic." While doing an internet search, I came across "The Critical Thinking Series" by Remedia Publications.
"The Critical Thinking Series" is based on Bloom's Taxonomy of thinking skills. The activities begin at a simple, concrete level and as the student's abilities increase, more abstract and complex activities are introduced. The series consist of sixteen work texts: Analogies, Classification, Absurdities, Similarities and Differences, Sequence, Drawing Solutions, Using Logic, Finding Facts, Following Directions, Relying on Reason, Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis and Evaluation. Each work text is consumable and includes the answer key.
"The Critical Thinking Series" will give your student a firm foundation to think logically while preparing them for "formal" logic. I would recommend following this series with "Critical Thinking Book 1 and Book 2" by Anita Harnadek.
P Chen4 Stars Out Of 5April 14, 2011P ChenQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Language of this product is easy to understand that my son did not have any problem reading the direction by himself.