Logical thinking is the process in which one uses reasoning consistently to come to a conclusion. Problems or situations that involve logical thinking call for structure, for relationships between facts, and for chains of reasoning that “make sense.”
The relationship between logical thinking and reading is well established in the literature. It has been said that “there is no reading without reasoning,” and even that reading is reasoning.
Besides being important for reading comprehension, it has been proven that specific training in logical thinking processes can make people “smarter.” Logical thinking allows a child to reject quick answers, such as “I don’t know,” or “this is too difficult,” by empowering them to delve deeper into their thinking processes and better understand the methods used to arrive at a solution and even the solution itself.
Print the quiz below. Using a red and yellow pencil, your learners must replace the question marks with either a solid yellow, solid red, yellow border or red border.