Rasmussen Introduction to Critical Thinking CBA45

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Deliverable 3 – Deductive and Inductive Arguments

 

 

Competency

 

This deliverable will allow you to apply deductive and inductive reasoning to analyze and create valid arguments.

Instructions

Part I: Consider the following definition:

  1. fruit is the product of a tree or other plant that contains seeds and can be eaten as food.
  2. fruit is the reproductive body of a seed plant, generally edible.

Create deductive arguments that demonstrate that a tomato is a fruit and a seedless orange is not a fruit.
Part II: Consider the following facts:

  1. John does not like sliced tomatoes.
  2. John removes cherry tomatoes from any salad he eats.
  3. John dislikes both ketchup and tomato soup.

    Create an inductive argument regarding whether or not John will like marinara sauce.

Part III:Part III:

In addition to creating the arguments, in a paragraph, explain the differences between deductive and inductive arguments.

Kozlowski, D. (n.d.). Commentary: Critical Thinking. Daily Record, The (Rochester, NY).

STEINMETZ, K. (2018). Real News the Fake Crisis: Bots and Propagandists Are Just Part of the Problem. The Bigger Issue Is Your Brain. Time International (South Pacific Edition)192(7), 22–27.

 

module 4

In this module, you will have the opportunity to master the following competency:

  • Assess fallacious reasoning in advertising, news, and social media.
  • Instructions

    A friend has linked you to the following story on Facebook. The friend is convinced that the story is accurate and would like your opinion on it.

    Colour code: HOW COLORSTROLOGY CAN WORK FOR YOU

    Read through the linked story and determine:

    • Why the article is fallacious.
    • Provide clear evidence why the article is fallacious.

    Use APA style for the abstract and include a properly-formatted reference for the article. Grammar and punctuation count.

  • Kozlowski, D. (n.d.). Commentary: Critical Thinking. Daily Record, The (Rochester, NY).

    STEINMETZ, K. (2018). Real News the Fake Crisis: Bots and Propagandists Are Just Part of the Problem. The Bigger Issue Is Your Brain. Time International (South Pacific Edition)192(7), 22–27.

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  • Module 5

  • How to Read an Ad. (2006). New Internationalist, (393), 6.

    • Infer information directly from communication.
  •  In this module, you will have the opportunity to master the following competency:

  • Competency

    This deliverable will allow you to demonstrate your skill in inferring information directly from communication.

    Instructions

    In many cases, advertisers sell particular ideas or images along with the product being advertised. Car advertisements, for instance, may emphasize the status of a particular vehicle, the adventurous or thrilling aspects of driving the car, or the many advanced safety features designed to keep the driver and passengers safe. Others may focus on economy, fuel efficiency, environmental aspects, or reliability. Each of these ideas is intended to make the product being sold more attractive to a particular set of potential customers. This message is intended to become a part of the product’s image and the reason that people buy the product in question.

    Choose two of the advertisements from this included collection. For each write 1-2 paragraphs that:

    • Identify what message the company is trying to deliver.
    • Give at least two specific reasons for each advertisement why you believe this is the message.
    • Determine whether or not the message is effective and why.
    • Use APA formatting throughout. Formal English grammar and punctuation count as well.
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    • module 6

    • In this module, you will have the opportunity to master the following competency:

      • Analyze academic and popular publications through various means of assessment.
  •  Reznitskaya, A., & Wilkinson, I. A. G. (2017). Truth matters. Phi Delta Kappan99(4), 33.

  • Instructions

    Read both Physician-Assisted Suicide: Finding a Path Forward in a Changing Legal Environment and The Slippery Slope of Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide. In a 2-3 page comparison essay, address the following;

    • Determine the main point of each article.
    • Evaluate the arguments of both. Examine where they agree and disagree.
    • Compare and contrast the two articles. Show where the arguments are similar and where they differ.
    • Determine which of the two articles makes a stronger case and explain why you have reached this conclusion.
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