9 essential thinking processes
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Recall any prior knowledge relevant to the topic or learning task.
Calling up prior knowledge and experience and adding to the information there--bridging old information with new information.
Anticipate what material has to teach you as well as what it contains--calling upon previous knowledge to make an educated guess.
Analyze information, grouping it into meaningful categories.
Finding consistent patterns to label a group of different ideas different from each another.
Form an Image
Engaging your senses as you read and write, adding to the learning experience
understanding content through assessing status and repairing breakdowns.
Determine the value/ethos of the material you are reading
Using what you have read in real life application
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