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Critical thinking 3: Building an academic argument

This workshop will extend and build upon the critical thinking skills covered in the Critical Thinking I and 2 workshops. The focus will be on advanced critical thinking skills – in particular, what is meant by a sound academic argument, and how to construct a sound academic argument – so as to avoid feedback such as ‘good knowledge and understanding, but where is your argument’. These skills will be linked to critical writing and critical reading skills.

Critical thinking III

Prerequisites

We recommend that students take Critical Thinking I & II before attending this workshop.

This course is not currently timetabled. You can add your name to a waiting list if you are interested in attending at a future date.

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Theme tags: Academic english, Academic Skills, Academic writing, Critical thinking, Essay writing, Reading and note-taking skills, Report writing, Study skills, Writing skills