What Is Critical Thinking Essay

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It’s been fifteen weeks since the beginning of the semester when we were given our first critical thinking essay. Have our thoughts about critical thinking changed or remained the same throughout this semester? The idea of critical thinking has been changed for me, there is a lot more you can do with critical thinking. Critical thinking means being able to find a routine to build up your way around the barrier. It involves planning, time, and commitment. During this semester, I’ve been using planning. Without planning, you would be able to manage your time which is the secondary thing towards critical thinking. Once you done those two, you can now commit to your objectives. Through out this semester I sense that at this point my critical…show more content…
RIT has a deaf community that I have never experienced before. Bringing back the skills I used in middle school made me learn that I wasn’t able to survive on the Signing Exact English language so I had to adapt to ASL. I remember my first day in English class with only deaf students, one of the older student signed to me very fast during class. It just blew my hair back and I didn’t get a clue. My English teacher taught me ASL through the second part of class and more thinking skills of how to become a better writer. I remember on the wall there was a listing that included, “Critical Thinking Skills.” The list provided all the major criteria on how to use critical thinking in essay writing. Math was the hardest, having a teacher that is completely deaf who uses ASL. He would be teaching the lesson but I wouldn’t understand a word of when he was signing. I had to put my full attention on his lips while he does the problems and follow the steps on how to solve. After two years of lip reading, I am now an expert. I learned that tactic by myself because I found a better way than having to learn the hard way through ASL which I barely
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