Absurdities: Critical Thinking Skills
Teaching humor! It’s not at all absurd.

In fact, absurdity is at the core of both critical cause-and-effect thinking and basic humor.

Example:

“We took our dog to training classes so he could learn to chase cars.” The reasoning here is absurd. Can you rewrite the sentence to make a little more sense?

From slapstick comedy to abstract puns, absurdity plays a key role. Research now offers evidence of the value of humor as a tool for promoting emotional balance, stimulating intellectual growth, and improving physical well-being.

In this learning unit, you’ll find 24 “absurdly” enlightening lessons. The step-by-step exercises are sure to improve thinking and logic skills.

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Created: Mar 16, 2017

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