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Content description VCCCTR015

Critical and Creative Thinking / Levels 3 and 4 / Reasoning
Content description
Investigate why and when the consequences of a point of view should be considered
  1. discussing consequences of different alternatives and why doing this is useful, for example, to enable a plan to minimise negative impacts on people or the environment
  2. considering when consequences of actions might need to be explicitly deliberated, for example when actions affect more than one group or individual; or, could involve risk or harm; or, are aimed at achieving a specific goal or design solution
  3. distinguishing between good and bad consequences from different points of view
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