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Assignment Requirements:- Link to the Textbook: https://dimparato.files.wordpress.com/2016/08/critical-thinking.pdf – Write at least 1 – 1.5 page of summary for each chapter, please cover Chapters 1 – 6. – Add a
front page, table of contents, APA style references, and your resume. – Make sure the summary reflects your knowledge of what you have learned from each chapter. – Paper should include at least 5 references in APA style – Follow template format
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Assignment
University Name:
Course Number and Name:
Date:
Student’s Name:
Instructor’s Name:
2
Course Title
Table of Content
1. Resume (your real resume)
Page _3_
2. Critical Thinking (Critical Thinking Standards, Benefits of Critical Thinking, Barriers
of Critical Thinking, Characteristics of a Critical Thinker)
Page___
3. Recognizing Arguments (Defining an argument, Identifying Premises, and
conclusions)
Page___
4. Deduction and induction (Common patterns of deductive reasoning, Common
patterns of inductive reasoning)
Page___

5. Language (Finding the right words, The importance of precise definitions, Emotive
language, Euphemisms and political correctness, The concept of relevance) Page___
6. Logical Fallacies I (The concept of relevance, Fallacies of relevance)
Page___
7. Logical Fallacies II (Fallacies of insufficient of evidence, Inappropriate Appeal to
Authority, Appeal to Ignorance, False Alternatives, Loaded Question, Questionable
Cause, Hasty Generalizations, Slippery Slope, Weak Analogy, Inconsistency)
Page_
8. References (APA Style)
Page___
Course Title
1. Resume
3
Course Title
2. Critical Thinking
Topics can be covered: Critical Thinking (Critical Thinking Standards, Benefits of Critical
Thinking, Barriers of Critical Thinking, and Characteristics of a Critical Thinker)
4
Course Title
5
2. Recognizing Arguments
Topics can be covered: Recognizing Arguments (Defining an argument, Identifying Premises, and
conclusions)
Course Title
3. Deduction and Induction
Topics can be covered: Deduction and Induction (Common patterns of deductive
reasoning, common patterns of inductive reasoning)
6
Course Title
7
4. Language
Note: topics can be in this section – Language (Finding the right words, the importance of
precise definitions, emotive language, euphemisms and political correctness, the concept
of relevance)
Course Title
8
5. Logical Fallacies I
Topics can be covered in this section: Logical Fallacies I (The concept of relevance, Fallacies of
relevance etc.)
Course Title
9
6. Logical Fallacies II
Topics can be covered in this section: Logical Fallacies II (Fallacies of insufficient of evidence,
Inappropriate Appeal to Authority, Appeal to Ignorance, False Alternatives, Loaded Question,
Questionable Cause, Hasty Generalizations, Slippery Slope, Weak Analogy, and Inconsistency)
Course Title
10
References (APA Style) At least 5 references
Note: Hanging indent for all references. To keep this format, simply place the cursor at the front
of this line and paste or type your reference material. Then press enter. Remember to
organize your references alphabetically. Remember to delete this line of text and any
other template text before submitting your paper.

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