Barriers To Critical Thinking Hum 111 Week 4

Stages of Critical ThinkingHUM/111 Version 71Stages of Critical ThinkingPart 1: Stages of Critical ThinkingCompletethe matrix by identifying the four beginning stages of critical thinking as detailed in Critical Thinking.Stages of critical thinkingStage description1.Unreflective ThinkerEveryone begins as Unreflective Thinkers. At this stage, we do not realize there are any problems with our thinking and we assume our own beliefs to be true. Once we start to realize there are flaws within our thinking, then we begin to move to thenext stage.2.Challenged ThinkerAt this stage, we recognize the low level we have been thinking and realize we need to challenge our development. We know that our thinking is flawed and in order to improve it we must work on gaining knowledge and improving our thinking skills.3.Beginning ThinkerWe reach this stage when we accept the challenge of wanting to improve and develop our thinking. We begin to analyze, ask questions, check information for accuracy, identify prejudicial

BARRIERS TO CRITICAL THINKING2Barriers to Critical ThinkingIdentifytwo barriers that influence your critical thinking.Includebarriers listed in Thinking: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Critical and Creative Thought, Ch. 2Write100 to 150 words for each barrier, describing them and how you can overcome them. Total word count will be 200 to 300 words.The two barriers that influence my critical thinking are enculturation and emotional influence. As much as I would like to say that my raising does not influence my decisions and my thinking, I would be wrong. I believe that emotional influence has some impact on everyone’s thinking.As described in Thinking: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Critical and Creative Thought, Ch. 2, enculturation is “many of the values and preferences you have now, including religious ideas, sexual mores, and work ethic, were instilled in you since birth by your culture.” I

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