The Fallacy Detective: 38 Lessons on How to Recognize Bad Reasoning Workbook, 4th Ed, Grades 7-12
- Brand: Christian Logic
- Author: Nathaniel Bluedorn
- Author: Hans Bluedorn
A fallacy is a mistake in thinking that people act on or react to. This happens every day. Students in grades 7-12 and adults can learn to easily identify a variety of fallacies by using The Fallacy Detective: Thirty-Eight Lessons on How to Recognize Bad Reasoning Workbook, 4th edition!
This is a fun, easy-to-understand paperback.
The authors use popular cartoons such as Peanuts, Dilbert, and Calvin & Hobbes, dialogues, diagrams, and other illustrations making this a very understandable lesson book.
Now middle and high school kids and families can learn how to avoid common errors in their own reasoning and choose to use valid, constructive logic in communicating.
- - Avoiding the question
- - Making asuumptions
- - Statistical fallacies
- - Generalization
- - Propaganda
- - In print and conversations
- - in ourselves
- - and more
Includes a hands-on Fallacy Detective Game plus exercises to practice as you learn and a handy answer key.
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- - The Fallacy Detective: Thirty-Eight Lessons on How to Recognize Bad Reasoning Workbook
- - 4th edition, fun, easy-to use, 264-page paperback
- - Learn how to spot common errors in thinking
- - Use constructive logic in communication
- - Features popular comic strips, Fallacy Detective Game, exercises, and answer key
- - Grades 7-12 and adults
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|Product Size||264 Pages|
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