CLST 100 Quiz 2
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CLST 100 Quiz 2
- All the following items should be considered when selecting the place in which you read except for this one.
- The “S” component of the reading system known as SQ3R calls for you to
- The kind of thinking that calls for every answer to be questioned is
- The first of the three “R’s” in the SQ3R system presumes.
- The carefully organized and appealing outline of an effective speech is primarily the product of
- Committing yourself to regular class attendance
- The logical fallacy evident when a general conclusion from too few cases is
- The critical thinker will work to
- A thesis statement
- When reading college level material,
- The visual map
- When scheduling a review of your notes, it is best to schedule it
- The logical fallacy called “appeal to authority” (Ad Verecundiam)
- Select the statement that is true about a “fact.”
- The Cornell system for taking notes
- The student who is composing a melody for music class is practicing
- The typical college student will find that the reading required for class
- A note‐taking partner
- The “Q” step of the SQ3R reading system reminds you to
- When selecting a time for accomplishing your textbook reading, select a time
- The logical fallacy evident in the criticism of a thesis that seeks to discredit the messenger rather than the message is called
- When taking notes
- The best thinkers are those who
- Which of the following statements is untrue about note taking.
- The following is an example of a primary source?