1 Critical thinking is a process that aims to analyze, understand or evaluate the way in which
knowledge is intended to interpret and represent the world, in particular the opinions or affirmations
that in everyday life are generally accepted as true.
1.1 Critical Thinking Theory, discusses how intelligence should be used and the Knowledge for the
achievement of more rational and objective viewpoints with the data That they own.
1.1.1 Attitude of a critical thinker: open mind, healthy
skepticism, Intellectual humility, freedom of thought
and high motivation.
1.1.2 Prejudices of critical thinking that arise from human deficiencies
Natural, while others are clearly calculated and manipulated.
1.1.3 At the heart of every critical thinker lies the Ability to identify,
construct and evaluate Verbal communication as well as written
1.1.4 Evaluate sources of information. A
critical thinker should approach Logically
to the validity of the data.
1.1.5 The abilities Are analysis,
evaluation and self-regulation
1.1.6 Evaluate the arguments, that is, what is
taken as the starting point of the
Argument must be guaranteed and
check whether the reasoning is Relevant
and sufficient and if there is information
that has been omitted.