Monthly Archives: October 2013

(A fragment of a paper) Critical thinking is here defined as “reasonable reflective thinking that is focused on what to believe or do” (Ennis 1987: 9-26). Further, Norris and Ennis (1989) proposes dispositions of it. They assert that critical thinkers: – seek a statement of the thesis or question. – […]

On Nurturing Critical Thinking (2)

(A fragment of a paper) When faced with two extremes—which are not necessarily choices, it is oftentimes wise to strike a balance between the two. In this context, it means that we have no choice but to integrate both grammar and topic teaching into a third alternative. By integrating the […]

Integrating the Teaching of Grammar and Topics: Proposed Strategies