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PHL 251 Week 2 DQ 1


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PHL 251 Week 2 DQ 1
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Date Created: 11/11/15
Week 2 DQ 1 Post a 150 to ZOOword response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply What are the processes we use to organize information What are natural orders What are mental orders Is there a connection between the two different ordering processes Why or why not In order to systematize our thoughts we need structure A clear structure guides our memory Clarity is vital and treasured in both speech and writing It combines to the ef cacy of comprehending and dispensing our thoughts Kirby amp Goodpaster 2007 p 144 Clustering is the rst step in organizing and is referred to as the grouping or assembling of ideas After clustering you should analyze your ideas to perform any addition or removal Step 3 involves the prioritization of your ideas Step 4 and 5 involve in the organization of steps organizing your space and the electronic data Natural orders are comprised of analogical order casual order topical order and chronological order The way in which things have a natural order is associated to topical order Analogical order explains the way in which we view things Chronological order refers to things that alter or change in time Casual order enables us to look for the reasons for the happening of events References Kirby G R amp Goodpaster J R 2007 Thinking An interdisciplinary approach to critical thinking 4th ed Upper Saddle River NJ Pearson Prentice Hall


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