Identify five activities you do on a daily basis that do not involve critical thinking. Identify two or three activities that you do on a daily basis that would be improved by thinking critically about them, and explain how thinking critically would improve it.
Now that you know what critical thinking is, list five reasons why it is good to think critically.
List five possible obstacles to thinking critically. Describe one strategy for overcoming each obstacle.
We can start with an . Make a chart with three columns, as follows:
In the first column, list things that we, either individually or as humans in general, know for a fact. These can be particular facts or kinds of things.
In the second column, list things that we can know, but currently do not know.
In the third column, list things that we do not and probably cannot ever know about.