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Unstated assumptions in education

David Stenhouse

Unstated assumptions in education

a cross-cultural investigation. The American educational philosopher Harry S. Broudy from a New Zealand viewpoint.

by David Stenhouse

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Published by Hicks in Wellington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Broudy, Harry S.,
  • Education -- Philosophy

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB41 S75
    The Physical Object
    Pagination161p.
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21776728M

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    GMAT Critical Reasoning Tutorial: Identifying Unstated Assumptions. This tutorial focuses on the three most common types of GMAT Critical Reasoning questions. You'll learn how they're related to one another, how the test makers design these questions, and how you can be ready for them. Inclusion as Social Justice: Critical Notes on Discourses, Assumptions, and the Road Ahead Article (PDF Available) in Theory Into Practice 45(3) July with 1, Reads.

      Im basically looking for some ways that people do it when they answer the questions. I know that people are going to say diagrams and connect the missing pieces, but what I'm trying to figure out is a good way to practice finding the unstated assumptions .   One thing to keep in mind is that you're supposed to be able to answer the question withing a short time, which implies that the unstated premise is not a secret premise, but a rather obvious element of the argument that was not explicitly stated. An unstated premise is going to provide some kind of link between the stated premises and the conclusion, and there could be more than one unstated.


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Argument maps can also show co-premises, objections, counterarguments, rebuttals, and lemmas. The GED Reasoning Through Language Arts test will include questions that ask you to find premises and assumptions in arguments. Arguments contain one or more premises on which the argument is based, and you need to be able to tell the difference between the two: A.

Exercise 2: Identifying Unstated Assumptions in Arguments. For each argument, list one unstated assumption that underlies the writer's claim. That is, what unstated idea does the writer assume to be true.

The answer to the first one has been done for you. McGraw-Hill Higher Education. unstated (ʌnˈsteɪtɪd) adj not having been articulated or uttered ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Adj. unstated - not made explicit; "the unexpressed terms of the agreement"; "things left unsaid"; "some kind of unspoken agreement"; "his action is clear but his reason remains unstated" unuttered, unverbalised.

Value-Added Measures in Education provides thoughtful, constructive advice about a host of practical issues that confront educators who implement this approach to accountability. The recommendations that conclude the book reflect the best available research knowledge and, most important, are Cited by: Stated Assumption Function Stated or Explicit (directly stated) The author states but makes no attempt to prove it Figures it’s obvious (no proof needed) Examples: Drugs should not be legalised.

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Do you happen to know a good resource to study assumptions and more specifically implicit/unstated assumptions. Minow recognizes that the same unstated assumptions that affect our views of the "different" also affect the inflexibility of our legal system.

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Here author Alfie Kohn uses a review of Amanda Ripley’s new education book, “The Smartest Kids in the World and How They Got That Way,”. In their book, Evaluating Critical Thinking, Norris and Ennis say: "Although it is tempting to think that certain [unstated] assumptions are logically necessary for an argument or position, they are not.

So do not ask for. them no. significant assumptions are logically necessarily made" (, pp. ; cf. Ennis,pp. And I think that Mr. Livy, like other Romans, accepted these ideas unconsciously; and that they are unstated assumptions in much of Roman public policy.

It is a stretch to justify this thesis simply on the basis of this one word Preface. We have only one or two glimpses. For example, among the aspects of history that Mr.

Livy suggests ought. Discerning the unstated assumptions and values that underlie conclusions best illustrates ____, which is an important learning tool critical thinking Efforts to discover whether the intelligence of children is more heavily influenced by their biology or their home environments are.

The authors of this book, The Hidden Curriculum for Understanding Unstated Rules in Social Situations for Adolescents and Young Adults, provide hundreds of hidden curriculum items and a series of instructional strategies that can be used to teach the hidden curriculum.

Instructional aids include charts, forms, and templates designed to make the. This paper proposes criteria for determining necessary assumptions of arguments. In their book Evaluating Critical Thinking, S.

Norris and R. Ennis () state that although it is tempting to think that certain assumptions are logically necessary for an argument or position, they are not. Many writers of introductory logic texts and the authors of various highly visible tests, such as the Law Author: Gilbert E.

Plumer. Unstated Assumption: Preventing poverty is good/Assistance that prevents unbearable poverty is good/Assistance that prevents unbearable poverty shouldn't be eliminated. While there may be other unstated assumptions built into the phrasing of the above enthymemes, the exercise asks you to provide the unstated assumption -- the logic that.

stated and unstated assumptions, formulating and selecting relevant and promising hypotheses, drawing conclusions, and judging the validity of the inferences” (Hickman, ).

Kincheloe (), even, asserts that what exactly critical thinking is unknown and if it is defined it may die; and. For each argument, list one unstated assumption that underlies the writer's claim.

That is, what unstated idea does the writer assume to be true. The answer to the first one has been done for you. Mrs. Jones is a good teacher. I received a good grade in her class. Unstated assumption _____. Key Terms.

curriculum: The set of courses, coursework, and content, offered at a school or university.; The Hidden Curriculum: A book published in by Benson Snyder, a dean at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, that argues that the college experience is inherently marked by conflict between students and instructors as students struggle to meet unstated academic goals.

Unstated assumption is a type of propaganda message which forgoes explicitly communicating the propaganda's purpose and instead states ideas derived from it.

This technique is used when a propaganda's main idea lacks credibility, and thus when mentioned directly will result in the audience recognizing its fallacy and nullifying the propaganda.

Discerning the unstated assumptions and values that underlie conclusions best illustrate_____, which is an important learning tool.

Correlation measures. To discover the extent to which economic status can be used to predict political preferences, researchers are more likely to use.Education for handicapped children, conflicts between job and family responsibilities, bilingual education, Native American land claims—these are among the concrete problems she discusses from a fresh angle of firmly rejects the prevailing conception of the self that she believes underlies legal doctrine—a self seen as either 5/5(1).

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