Undergraduates and the development of argument

  • Naz Wasim
  • Published 2007


This article emphasizes the need to encourage undergraduate students to develop arguments, which involves enhancing their analytical skills and capacity for critical thinking, across disciplines regardless of level. It argues that these skills, required by the Quality Assurance Agency’s (QAA) benchmarks, are developed not by instruction but by engaging with… (More)


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