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Explain the role of critical thinking in developing writing skills.

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    by Nikki Baker
    Nikki Baker's answers

    Critical thinking is the processing and sometimes reprocessing of our own thoughts to make them clearer or most effective. It is a process of the "self". Our text refers to critical thinking as, "self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking." This plays a crucial role in developing our writing skills as it will ensure that we are more likely to reach out target and reach better conclusions.

     

    Saylor URL: http://www.saylor.org/books

     

    Word count: 69 words
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    by Albert Calvin
    Albert Calvin's answers

    Critical thinking means becoming aware of your thinking process. It's a human trait that allows us to step outside what we read or write and ask ourselves, "does this really make sense?"

    Successful writing forms a relationship with the audience, reaching the reader on a deep level that can be dynamic and motivating. In contrast, when writing fails to meet the audience's exceptions, you already know the consequence.

    Learning to write effectively involves reading, writing, critical thinking, and hard word.

    Word count: 78 words
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    by Wyteria Chatmon Meadows
    Wyteria Chatmon Meadows's answers

    You have to be self discipline, self directed, self monitored, and self corrected thinking.  Critical thinking requires established standards to their acquired use, and effective communication, problem solving, and acknowledge and address or own tendency for confirmation bias, egocentrism, and sociocentrism

    Word count: 41 words
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    by Sharnell Heard
    Sharnell Heard has not taken this exam2.
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    by Carla Hubbard
    Carla Hubbard's answers

    Per our text, critical thinking means becoming aware of your thinking process. It's a human trait that allows us to step outside what we read or write to ask ourselves, "Does this really make sense?" Critical thinking can also be defined as self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self- corrective thinking. Critical thinking is like putting yourself in someone else shoes to read your material for a honest answers and criticism to fix things that you may put off as acceptable

    Business Communication For Success (pg.128 & 159)

    Word count: 84 words
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    by Stephanie Long
    Stephanie Long's answers

    Critical thinking means becoming aware of your thinking process. Sometimes our thinking is very abstract and becomes clear only through the process of getting thoughts down in words. Successful writing forms a relationship with the audience, reaching the reader on a deep level that can be dynamic and motivating. Excellent business writing can be inspiring, and it is important to not lose that sense of inspiration as we deconstruct the process of writing to its elemental components. As a habit of mind, critical thinking requires established standards and attention to their use, effective communication, problem solving, and a willingness to acknowledge and address our own tendency for confirmation bias, egocentrism, and sociocentrism.  

    Word count: 112 words
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    by LeAndrenetta Mackey-Nalls
    LeAndrenetta Mackey-Nalls's answers

    Critical thinking is what makes the writer stop and think, " Does this really make sense". I have personally had a problem with writing how i speak, which isn't proper when writing. Our text tells us that if the reader can't understand what a writer has written they will lose interest and move on (Saylor.Org, 2016). When we are writing a very important step is to first use critical thinking to make sure what we are writing makes sense, and consider if there is another way it could be expressed.

     

    http://www.saylor.org/books

    Word count: 91 words
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    by Naomi Matthews
    Naomi Matthews's answers

    Critical thinking is the process of thinking and it helps us to be self-directed, self-disciplined, self monitored, and self-corrective thinking in order to write effectively.

    Word count: 25 words
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    by Candace Oakley
    Candace Oakley has not taken this exam2.
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    by Lisa Simmons
    Lisa Simmons's answers

      It becomes clear only through the process of putting your thoughts down in words. 

    Critical thinking is defined as "self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking.  Critical thinking requires established standards and attention to their use, effective communication, problem solving and a willingness to acknowledge and address our tendency for confirmation bias, egocentrism, and sociocentrism in order words being clear.

    Critical thinking is getting into the right frame of mind for writing.

    Word count: 70 words
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    by B. St. Ann
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    by B. St. Ann (from retake #1)
    B. St. Ann's answers

    "Learning to write effectively involves reading, writing, critical thinking, and hard work."

    "Critical thinking means becoming aware of your thinking process. It’s a human trait that allows us to step outside what we read or write and ask ourselves, “Does this really make sense?” “Are there other, perhaps better, ways to explain this idea?” Sometimes our thinking is very abstract and becomes clear only through the process of getting thoughts down in words."

     

    answers from class textbook

    Word count: 77 words
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    by Andrea Tolbert
    Andrea Tolbert's answers

    Critical thinking  can be defined as self disciplined, self-monitored, self corrective thinking that requires established standards, effective communication, problem solving, and willingness to acknowledge. In writing, you have to posses these qualities to be successful.

    Word count: 35 words
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    by LaTangela Truss
    LaTangela Truss's answers

    The role of critical thinking in developing writing skills is to enable you on how to create new knowledge on a purpose of thinking and writing so that your writing skills can improve and you can become an effective writer during your thinking process.

    Word count: 44 words