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Cambridge International AS and A Level Thinking Skills Digital Teacher's Resource
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  • ISBN:9781108457705
  • Format:eBooks
  • 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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    Not sure where to start with teaching a skills-based course? With lesson ideas, worksheets and a scheme of work, this Cambridge Elevate teacher’s resource helps you save time planning and preparing lessons. As well as helping you to teach thinking skills with confidence, the digital resource also includes answers to the coursebook questions for quick and easy marking. If you wish to buy this resource, we will email you a book code – please contact your sales consultant or customer services.

  • Contents
    • Your digital teacher's resource gives you access to everything you need to plan your teaching: choose from editable Word files or PDFs for worksheets and lesson plans.

    • Go directly to the resource index to download every file you need to deliver a specific unit or lesson, so you don’t have to rely on your internet connection.

    • Save time on preparation and planning with a sample scheme of work.

    • Answers to coursebook questions help you mark quickly and confidently.

    • Cambridge Elevate is simple to navigate and personalise – highlight text, annotate, create voice notes, or organise your table of contents.

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    • How to Use This Resource
    • Resource Index
    • Introduction
    • 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
    • Answers
    • Acknowledgements.
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