Teaching Cross-Cultural Values: 50 Interactive Critical Reasoning Skills Development Activities

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2004 - Education - 112 pages
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"Teaching Cross-Cultural Values" came out of the need to give students an interactive experience with the course materials, and to be able to gently coax them to reevaluate their own values and concepts on diverse cultures in a relatively safe--comfortable--atmosphere. To do that I had to put the focus on them and lead them through the steps by helping them develop critical thinking skills--skills that once developed and embedded as a thinking tool would continue to help students meet the challenge of questioning what they see and experience, and then analyze their own thinking processes to understand those different from them for long after they leave the classroom. The critical reasoning skills explored in this collection of interactive activities are: 1.Analytical Thinking & Critical Analysis
2.Associative Thinking
3.Creative Thinking
4.Critical Thinking
5.Evaluative Thinking
6.Hypothesis Problem Solving
7.Inductive-Deductive Thinking
8.Perceptual Thinking--Interpretation & Summarizing
9.Questioning
10.Synthesizing

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