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When a student's writing demonstrates well-thought-out, logical reasoning, interconnected ideas, and creative approach, it shows evidence of: A. good note-taking. B. research skills. C.
critical thinking skills. D. good planning
C. critical thinking skills.
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User: When a student's writing demonstrates well-thought-out, logical reasoning, interconnected ideas, and creative approach, it shows evidence of: A. good note-taking. B. research skills. C. critical thinking skills. D. good planning

Weegy: C. critical thinking skills.
Expert answered|selymi|Points 8782|

User: Application means to: A. memorize the concepts, ideas, or vocabulary learned. B. judge the merit or value of the information. C. use the knowledge learned to understand actual situations. D. breaking the idea down to component parts.

Weegy: C. use the knowledge learned to understand actual situations.
Expert answered|selymi|Points 8782|

User: Paraphrasing or stating in your own words what you learned demonstrates which critical thinking skill in Bloom's taxonomy? A. Knowledge B. Application C. Synthesis D. Comprehension

Weegy: The answer is D. Comprehension.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 5743|

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