Dona Warren, Department of Philosophy, The University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point

Welcome to this little lesson on critical thinking! I hope you enjoy it!

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact me at dwarren@uwsp.edu**.**

Presentation

The Basics

This is a flash presentation of the entire lesson. It's rather long - running approximately 40 minutes if you watch it from beginning to end. If you have a slow connection, I'd recommend watching the parts of the lesson one at a time, by selecting the following flash presentations.

The Basics - Introduction

The Basics - Argument Recognition

The Basics - Argument Analysis

The Basics - Argument Evaluation

The Basics - Argument Construction

The Basics - Conclusion

Slides

This is a pdf file of the main slides found in the presentation.

Narration

This is a pdf file containing the script of the presentation.

**Ancillary Materials**

Handbook

This is a pdf file outlining the basic principles of this lesson. It's designed to serve as a reference as you work through the exercises below and as you recognize, analyze, evaluate, and construct arguments in real life.

Practice Exercises

Answers to Practice Exercises

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact me at dwarren@uwsp.edu

Presentation

The Basics

This is a flash presentation of the entire lesson. It's rather long - running approximately 40 minutes if you watch it from beginning to end. If you have a slow connection, I'd recommend watching the parts of the lesson one at a time, by selecting the following flash presentations.

The Basics - Introduction

The Basics - Argument Recognition

The Basics - Argument Analysis

The Basics - Argument Evaluation

The Basics - Argument Construction

The Basics - Conclusion

Slides

This is a pdf file of the main slides found in the presentation.

Narration

This is a pdf file containing the script of the presentation.

This is a pdf file outlining the basic principles of this lesson. It's designed to serve as a reference as you work through the exercises below and as you recognize, analyze, evaluate, and construct arguments in real life.

Practice Exercises

Answers to Practice Exercises