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Critical thinking and academic argument (Arts and Social Sciences)

 
Location
Microsoft Teams
Date(s)
Tuesday 26th October 2021 (14:00-15:00)
Registration URL
https://teams.microsoft.com/l/team/19%3aorzQwfewFpD2qQo2srnUwVAYp1txe0kYPxEPSQO4lc41%40thread.tacv2/conversations?groupId=fb92f469-52e6-4abd-9e74-0dbb8f97d609&tenantId=67bda7ee-fd80-41ef-ac91-358418290a1e
Description

About the session

Join the Student Academic Skills for this study chat looking at understanding and applying criticality and argument.

If you have ever received feedback that tells you that you need to become less descriptive and more analytical or critical in your writing, then this is the session for you.  

Developing criticality and expressing an academic argument within your writing is a skill; this session will highlight key concepts that will help you develop this skill. 

Suitable for students in the faculties of Arts and Social Sciences.

How to join

  1. Join the Study Chats Microsoft Team
  2. Select the 'Critical thinking and argument' channel
  3. Join the session at the start time

Visit the Arts Moodle Hub or Social Sciences Moodle Hub for more details of upcoming Study Chats and to find subject specific resources to support your studies.

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