Critical Thinking Skills

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    A poster created for our English language arts and social studies departments (humanities) to use in their classroom, as well as in the library.

    loulrc, covs97, cbucky, arllennium, and 155 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. loulrc 83 months ago

      very useful.

    2. Dis-Organized Educator 57 months ago

      Thanks - I plan to use with my teachers in the Fall. Love the colors - catches the eye!!

    3. canhota53 55 months ago

      I plan too incorporate this into my language teaching - apart fromanything else . just look at all the useful language for use in the classroom or durining online lessons.

    4. brainspiration 55 months ago

      Wonderful-- thank you!

    5. LilLuggage 49 months ago

      Fantastic - thank you for sharing :)

      Igreen711: to print, click 'Actions' at the top of the page, then choose 'View all sizes', then click on which size you want to download :)

    6. milasunshine08 46 months ago

      Thank you! I will equip my social studies methods class teacher candidates.

    7. lilteacher719 45 months ago

      Great! I love this idea!

    8. darned_good_thespian 45 months ago

      I love these! They provide a context for critical thinking and a great scaffolding tool for those who need help getting to that point.

    9. glennwebster@bellsouth.net 43 months ago

      I love it! Thank you for sharing!
      pwebster@mctns.net

    10. jodystevens 43 months ago

      I need help to print this for my reading group. Please advise.

    11. kgilhooley 42 months ago

      This is very useful. What attribution wording should I use?

    12. Enokson 42 months ago

      Hi kgilhooley - just using the web address would be great for attribution purposes. Thanks! (www.flickr.com/photos/vblibrary/4576825411/)

    13. angelv101 41 months ago

      avillarreal@wps60.org

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