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Week 4 DQ 1
Welcome to our discussion of critical thinking! To begin our discussion, we will explore the topic of relevant questions. Questions direct thought and thought directs action. So, think of a situati
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Welcome to our discussion of critical thinking! To begin our discussion, we will explore the topic of relevant questions. Questions direct thought and thought directs action. So, think of a situation where the outcome was a result of your choices or decisions but did not turn out as you expected. Then, answer the following questions: Did you follow a logical process of analysis based on relevant questions? Did your question direct your thoughts? Did those thoughts direct your actions? What questions would you ask if you were given the opportunity to reshape the outcome of this situation?
Week 4 DQ 2
Handley (2012, March 16) writes that a 2011 study found Americans are charging more, a lot more, on their credit cards once again.
Week 4 Quiz
Which of the following is NOT true about words: When writing a college paper, the audience analysis and focus of your paper is usually geared towards: In selecting a topic for a paper, the following is most important: In the digital age and the age of the internet, the library One of the following is NOT a good way to create an effective introduction: One suggestion for successfully concluding a paper is:
Week 4 Journal
1.What is the song’s title and artist?
2.What emotional and mental responses did you have to the song the first time you listened to it? Why do you think you had this response?
3.While listening to the song, what happened to your appreciation level? Did it increase or decrease? Why?
4.In your opinion, what was the message (theme) of the song?
5.What about the song most surprised you? The lyrics? The actual music? Your like or dislike of the song? The artist’s voice? Etc….