Step Up to Critical Thinking
Guinn's fifty years of teaching inspired her to develop this series of exercises, which help students cultivate the skill of critical thinking and hence reading ability. Perfect for teens, her instructions let readers derive information quickly, evaluate it accurately, and reach logical conclusions accordingly.
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