Peer response example
Peer response example:
In my multiple reading I have found a variety of element for critical thinking. One author variety stood out more to me than the other reading I have done. Plencner (2014.) Have made the most sense and is also one of the required resources we were supposed to use this weekend. “Objective analysis, evaluation and synthesizing of information, communication, validity of information, drawing conclusions and reasoning” (Plencner, 2014). These are all material and methods that can be taught according to the YouTube video and actualization.
Fang, J., Zhu, J., Wang, S., Yue, C., & Shen, H. (2011). Global warming, human-induced carbon emissions, and their uncertainties. Science China. Earth Sciences, 54(10), 1458-1468. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11430-011-4292-0
I have personally used a resource that will be a part of my final essay because I believe the researchers and authors used constant critical thinking to connect issues and problems. Measure carbon-dioxide and pollution and relating it to the effect to climate change isn’t no small task. These researchers clearly overs a preproposal and use their cognitive thinking combined with other research data analysis and come up with a conclusion. All of his finding were clearly shown in his research and was critically thought and concluded as well.
Denchak, M. (2016, March 15). Are the Effects of Global Warming Really that Bad? Retrieved from NDRC: https://www.nrdc.org/stories/are-effects-global-warming-really-bad
Peer response example shows that the author had the right ideas but no really critical thinking that supported her ideas for global warming. According to the five element of critical thinking the author only seemed to be able to connect two out of the three. The effect of not doing to make the legitimacy of the paper less valid. Since this isn’t appear review or a scholarly source this can explain why. Many non-scholar source shows lees critical thinking acclaimed papers. My personal thoughts I believe the author was only able to reach out in communication and objective analysis. I would like to know some classmates opinion on both articles?
Respond to each Peer/prompt:
Review your classmates’ posts, and respond.
When responding to your classmates, please provide feedback on their examples of good and
poor critical thinking skills.
Discuss additional ways one can think more critically.
Each participation post should be a minimum of 75 words.