These notes are a screen capture of the argument in A new video I will put here, INTRODUCING the idea of the scaffold. These notes are on that topic.
This project is the most exciting project since the What Does Logic Look Like video.
I would or will be using them to write an essay or in this case to make this point-making video argument. Or am I dreaming about that?
Using the scaffold I made notes for presentation to you, which are rich in logical and tangible detail, related to an argument. VIDEO COMING ASAP
IDEA of the Day: "Without knowledge of premise and conclusion, no one can evaluate logic."
My Basic Content for This Course
My P-M-I of this video, btw
Plus This is great source material. Amazingly insightful and useful, and, a statement.
Minus A little disjointed, kinda dry. Needs collaboration. Invitation to mash it up.
Great ideas! Proud to present my own content as prerequisites to logical thinking. The video will support its own argument.
Michael's presenting the basic concepts/identifying parameters of logical argument. These logically required SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS for high school students in Alberta.
A Next step? Dramatization of Logic?
"Gas gauge is showing low," Inviting logic into our lives.
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Shared Thinking Skills Dojo Documents. Relevant stuff to share. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/18S785ph5iJVSPLgncRBBy3784ms7D98y?usp=sharing
Michael Cenkner, MEd
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