|Author:||M. A. Hockett|
|Title:||Red Herrings / Science Mysteries / A1 (Solving Problems through Critical Questioning)|
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|Publisher:||Critical Thinking Books & Soft (1996)|
Red Herrings Science Mysteries A1 : Solving Problems Through Critical Questioning. Hockett and Ad Hockett. ISBN13:9780894556524. Release Date:June 1999. Publisher:Critical Thinking Company, The. Length:48 Pages. Age Range:9 to 11 years.
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Red Herring Mysteries Level 2 - Solving Mysteries through Critical Questioning (Grades 7-12). Mind Benders A1: Deductive Thinking Skills.
Solving Problems through Critical Questioning. Grades: 4-6. Critical Thinking, Science. Red Herrings Science Mysteries teaches and reinforces physical, earth, and life science concepts by encouraging students to read and listen carefully, infer and deduce, use creative questioning, and look beyond the obvious to generate solutions. Given a seemingly contradictory statement, students must formulate "yes/no" questions that will help them discover the answer to each mystery.
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With the problem-solving method, problems are identified, information is gathered, a specific problem is named, a plan for solving the problem is developed, the plan is put into action, and results of the plan are evaluated. However, this kind of problem solving is frequently based on incomplete data, and plans are sometimes based on incomplete data, and plans are sometimes based on guesses. Critical thinking is a goal directed; it is thinking with a purpose. Critical thinking also involves questioning. These questions include: Why? Who?