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identify the six stages of critical thinking
Stage One: The Unreflective Thinker Stage Two: The Challenged Thinker Stage Three: The Beginning Thinker Stage Four: The Practicing Thinker Stage Five: The Advanced Thinker Stage Six: The Accomplished [ Thinker ]
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Weegy: Stage One: The Unreflective Thinker Stage Two: The Challenged Thinker Stage Three: The Beginning Thinker Stage Four: The Practicing Thinker Stage Five: The Advanced Thinker Stage Six: The Accomplished [ Thinker ]
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User: for the challenged critical thinker how to move to the next stage

Weegy: Those who move to the beginning thinker stage (stage next to challenged critical thinker) are actively taking up the challenge to begin to take explicit command of their thinking across multiple domains of their lives. [ Thinkers at this stage recognize that they have basic problems in their thinking and make initial attempts to better understand how they can take charge of and improve it. Based on this initial understanding, beginning thinkers begin to modify some of their thinking, but have limited insight into deeper levels of the trouble inherent in their thinking. Most importantly, they lack a systematic plan for improving their thinking, hence their efforts are hit and miss. ]
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Some sources say the The Six Levels of Critical Thinking Skills are as follows:
Level/ Stage 1: Knowledge
Level/Stage 2: Comprehension
Level/Stage 3: Application
Level/Stage 4: Analysis
Level/Stage 5: Synthesis
Level/Stage 6: Evaluation
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