The School Athens, Poole. “So what do you want to study at University, Sam?”. “History, Sir.”. “Oh, great , what have you read?”. “Oh, I don’t like reading, I like History.”. The Ideal Applicant ?. Independence of thought Intellectual adaptability and flexibility .
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“So what do you want to study at University, Sam?”
“Oh, great , what have you read?”
“Oh, I don’t like reading, I like History.”
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F501 Introduction to Critical Thinking
This unit provides an introduction to the important skills in Critical Thinking. It also covers the area of credibility and recognises that the plausibility of an argument is influenced by its origin, be that a person or an organisation.
F502 Assessing and Developing Argument
This unit covers a wide range of argument components building on the skills developed in Unit 1. Analysing and evaluating arguments including assessing strengths and weaknesses, and writing your own original arguments in response to stimulus material.
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