- Subject(s):Critical Thinking
- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Ruth Matthews
- Available from: April 2019
This series helps students and teachers following the Cambridge AS & A Level Thinking Skills syllabus (9694) for examination from 2020.
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- Resource Index
- Scheme of Work
- Section 1: Problem Solving
- 1. What do we mean by a 'problem'?
- 2. Selecting and using information
- 3. Processing data
- 4. Working with models
- 5. Solving problems by searching
- 6. Finding methods of solution
- 7. Trends in data
- 8. Transforming data
- 9. Summarised Data
- 10. Identifying features of a model
- 11. Necessary and Sufficient Conditions
- 12. Changing the scenario of a problem
- Section 2: Critical Thinking
- 13. An introduction to critical thinking
- 14. Claims, statements, and assertions
- 15. Assessing claims
- 16. Grounds, reasons, and evidence
- 17. Evaluating evidence: a case study
- 18. Statistical evidence
- 19. Uses of evidence: inference and explanation
- 20. Identifying argument
- 21. Analysing argument
- 22. Interpretation
- 23. Assumptions
- 24. Evaluating argument
- 25. Applying logic
- 26. Longer texts
- 27. Multiple sources
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