Fun With Logic for Beginners: What Is a Fact, Inference, Opinion?
Distinguishing these three may seem daunting, but it is not too difficult for young minds to begin to understand. Through fun examples & easy to understand language, learners will see the difference & be able to apply it to their own lives!
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We will cover the foundations for thinking and speaking well, including the following. What is a fact, an inference, and an opinion? This class is meant to focus on useful and ordinary applications of logic. The goal is to bring clear thinking to the daily conversations we have and media/books/movies we take in. Class time will include some lecture time to explain the definitions of these concepts, and most of the time to practice what we have learned through classifying examples and...
Students will achieve a basic understanding of logic-related vocabulary, including "fact, inference, opinion." Students will be able to distinguish between these and apply what they have learned to solve puzzles.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Keeping wonder alive in young learners
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330 completed classes
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