From Chapter 2: "What's Critical About Critical Thinking?" (pp.15–18)
In Chapter 2, entitled "What Does the Professor Want? Understanding the Assignment," scroll down the page and begin reading at the section called "What's Critical About Critical Thinking?"
|Chapter 3: “Constructing the Thesis and Argument—From the Ground Up” (pp. 19–27)|
|Chapter 4: “Secondary Sources in Their Natural Habitats” (pp. 28–37)|
|Chapter 5: “Listening to Sources, Talking to Sources” (pp. 38–47)|
|Baldick, Chris. The Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms. 4th ed., Oxford University Press, 2015.|
|Malpas, Simon, and Paul Wake, editors. The Routledge Companion to Critical Theory. Routledge, 2006.|