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teaching critical thinking

From: Chris K
Sent on: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 1:31 PM
I sent this to the Cleveland skeptics list and I figured I would share it here too.

So every year as part of my OGT reading intervention class I do a  unit on critical thinking.

It's amazing that kids can be skeptical of outlandish claims on one hand and then so easily believe things as ridiculous as the hip-hop illuminati conspiracy on the other.

if you're not familiar with it you really should google it for laughs. It's a twisted jumble of seemingly random unrelated and unjustifiable claims. 

Right now I'm looking for some kind of a cogent debunking of it online that I can share with my kids.


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