Reflection: Student Communication Errors in Reasoning: Misinformation - Section 3: Debriefing


I am fascinated at how expressive my students were, especially during the debriefing process.  A student demonstrated his thinking process in detail as he explained how his team arrived at the final product: an example of Misinformation Student presentation.  As expected, students did not go very deep into the explanation of misinformation.  However, I am satisfied that students are gaining foundational knowledge at this point in time.

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Errors in Reasoning: Misinformation

Unit 16: Errors in Reasoning Examined
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT write examples of opinions with errors in reasoning about a given topic.

Big Idea: Students use critical thinking skills to detect faulty logic in arguments. Non-examples help students learn, too!

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, errors in reasoning, faulty logic, misinformation
  60 minutes
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