HUM 111 Week 2 Knowledge Check

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HUM 111 Week 2 Knowledge Check
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Week 2 Knowledge Check
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STAGES OF CRITICAL THINKING


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Concept: STAGES OF CRITICAL THINKING




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Materials on the concept

  • Stage 3: The Beginning Thinker

  • Stage 1: The Unreflective Thinker


1.
The third stage in the six stages of development of critical thinking is the:
· A.
Beginner thinker stage.
· B.
Advance thinker stage.
· C.
Unreflective thinker stage.
· D.
Challenged thinker stage.
2.
The level of thinking in which individuals lack the the skills and motivation for noticing how self-centered and prejudiced they are, how often they stereotype others, and how frequently they dismiss ideas irrationally because they do not want to change their behavior, places their thinking at the:
· A.
Unreflective thinker level
· B.
Practicing thinker level
· C.
Beginning thinker level
· D.
Challenged thinker level
3.
Egocentric tendencies play a dominant role in our thinking at the_________________ .
· A.
Unreflective thinker level
· B.
Practicing thinker level
· C.
Beginning thinker level
· D.
Challenged thinker level
Concept: EXAMINING STAGES OF CRITICAL THINKING




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Materials on the concept

  • Stage 4: The Practicing Thinker

  • Stage 3: The Beginning Thinker

  • Stage 2: The Challenged Thinker

  • A Game Plan for Devising a Game Plan

  • The First Four Stages of Development: At What Level of Thinking Would You Place Yourself?


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4.
Improvement in thinking may be compared to improvement in basketball, playing the guitar, or in dance because:
· A.
We always work harder at things we enjoy.
· B.
We are all natural athletes and musicians.
· C.
It is easy to change habits.
· D.
It is unlikely to take place without a conscious commitment.
5.
Bess has devised a game plan to improve her thinking skills. She consciously strives to use even small blocks of tie productively; she also tries to internalize one intellectual standard each week, and keeps a journal. Which stage of critical thinking development is Beth in?
· A.
Beginning thinking stage
· B.
Unreflective thinking stage
· C.
Practicing thinking stage
· D.
Challenged thinking stage
6.
The level of thinking where we become aware that we make questionable assumptions and inferences that do not follow from the evidence is at the:
· A.
Unreflective thinker level
· B.
Practicing thinker level
· C.
Beginning thinker level
· D.
Challenged thinker level
7.
When you begin to take your thinking seriously and think about what you can do consistently to improve your thinking you are considered as “a or an”:
· A.
Unreflective thinker level
· B.
Practicing thinker level
· C.
Beginning thinker level
· D.
Challenged thinker level
8.
When you actively decide to take up the challenge to grow and develop as a thinker you are entering the:
· A.
Unreflective thinker level
· B.
Practicing thinker level
· C.
Beginning thinker level
· D.
Challenged thinker level
9.
Bess has devised a game plan to improve her thinking. She consciously strives to use even small blocks of time productively; she also tries to internalize one intellectual standard each week, and keeps a journal. Which stage of critical thinking development is Bess in?
· A.
Unreflective thinker level
· B.
Practicing thinker level
· C.
Beginning thinker level
· D.
Challenged thinker level
10.
A game plan for improving critical thinking should:
· A.
Start immediately and emphasize problem solving
· B.
Start slowly and emphasize fundamentals
· C.
Emphasize how to become fair-minded
· D.
Start before you began to form faulty concepts
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