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“Some people are

so poor, all they


have is money.”
-Bob Marley
“If we must both
be right, we will
lose each other.”
-exile
“I am trying to
remember you
and let you go at
the same time.”
-the mourn
CRITICAL
READING AS
LOOKING FOR
WAYS OF
THINKING
Apao, Sabando, Pedoy, Lladoc, Napoles
● What is critical reading?
● Simple Reading vs. Critical
TODAY’S Reading
DISCUSSION ● What is Critical Thinking?
● Flow of Critical Thinking
● Components of Critical
Thinking

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Can be easily
comprehended

TEXT
Cannot be easily
comprehended

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The
● Text meaning of
words may
● Reader’s context
be applied in
● Author’s context three ways:

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SIMPLE READING
VS
CRITICAL READING
Identifying and
SIMPLE recognizing the
READING
meaning of the text

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Analyzing and
interpreting the reading
CRITICAL material to know if it
READING presents logical ideas and
connection of ideas

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Gives basic Central idea is
SIMPLE definition the message
of text. being imparted
READING
Reflects on Goal is to recognize
CRITICAL what the text the author’s purpose
READING does by in writing the
making material, understand
the tone and
judgment
persuasive elements
in it.
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The reader Recognizes what
SIMPLE absorbs and a text says
READING understands.

The reader Recognizes what a


CRITICAL actively text says, reflects on
READING recognizes and what the text does ,
analyzes and infers on what it
evidence in the means.
text.
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AS A
CRITICAL ● What the text says
READER, ● What the text
YOU describes
SHOULD ● Interpretation of
REFLECT the text
ON:

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CRITICAL
READING CRITICAL
THINKING

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CRITICAL THINKING
Involves a series of complex
thought processes which allows
you to make reasoned
judgments, assess the way you
think, and solve problems
effectively.

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FLOW OF
CRITICAL
THINKING

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COMPONENTS
OF CRITICAL
THINKING

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1. Perception 5. Argument
2. Assumptions 6. Fallacy
3. Emotion 7. Logic
4. Language

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1. Perception
- Considered to be the
manner in which
individuals receive,
interpret , and translate
experiences.

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2. Assumptions
- Thing that is accepted as
true or as certain to happen
without proof.

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3. Emotion
- A natural instinctive state
of mind deriving from one’s
circumstances, mood, or
relationship with others.

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4. Language
- The method of human
communication, either
spoken or written,
consisting of the use of
words in a structure and
conventional way.

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5. Argument
- A claim used to persuade
someone of something.

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6. Fallacy
- A reasoning that doesn’t
meet the criteria for being a
sound argument.

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7. Logic
- Reasoning conducted or
assessed according to strict
principles of validity.

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https://www.scribd.com/document/366156774/
Critical-Reading-as-Looking-for-Ways-of-Thinki
ng

https://majorium.wordpress.com/2013/11/26/sev
en-components-of-critical-thinking-2/

https://www.slideshare.net/tinelachica04/readi
nglesson-6-critical-reading-as-looking-for-way
s-of-thinking

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