Wednesday, August 18, 2021

The Fallacy Detective (A REVIEW)

 Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew

Hans Bluedorn Brings us Fallacy Detective and Archer & Zowie

I have always tried to make logic and critical thinking an important part of our homeschool day with puzzles, games, workbooks, and activities, so I was excited to receive a copy of The Fallacy Detective for review.  It is another great resource for logical thinking that we can add to our toolbelt! 

The Fallacy Detective

This workbook edition of Fallacy Detective has 38 short and simple lessons that focus on different parts of reasoning and thinking and the scenarios that might play out in those situations. This book is recommended for ages 12 and up. It is also recommended to be read and worked through together with a group of 2 or more, but can also be done independently for an older teen or an adult. It is much more fun with more though!

The table of contents

These are some great discussions to have with teens who are being challenged and bombarded with so much stuff from all areas of life including politics, family issues, school, and pretty much anything else. They need to be able to detect the fallacies and mistakes in everything.

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Hans Bluedorn Brings us Fallacy Detective and Archer & Zowie

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