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Considering the Anglo model of writing for the development of critical thinking. / Baratta, Alex.

In: Double Helix, Vol. 5, 5, 2017, p. 1-11.

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title = "Considering the Anglo model of writing for the development of critical thinking",
abstract = "In this paper, I discuss the differences in writing based on my experiences in the USA and Britain. I further argue for the existence of an Anglo model of writing, one which is more reflective of current approaches to writing in the USA, and as a result, is also more relevant for students in developing their critical thinking skills. Ultimately, it is speculated that the Anglo model’s existence pre-dates more recent discussion in the USA regarding a preferred structure for college-level essays and thus, in a country without a nationally-prescribed writing course, Britain nonetheless has the lead in this regard.",
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