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Content description VCCCTR014

Critical and Creative Thinking / Levels 3 and 4 / Reasoning
Content description
Distinguish between main and peripheral ideas in own and others information and points of view
  1. annotating an argument with different colours or using a concept map to show the most important and less important information and explaining their annotations to others
  2. experimenting with arguments by changing the order of ideas and discussing effectiveness
  3. creating a bumper sticker or headline to show the main idea in a point of view
  4. comparing different responses to identify main ideas and information, for example on why people participate in community activities
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