Middle school students begin to develop their ability to reason with clarity and relevance, as they also understand logical fallacies and the basics of argument.
Students continue developing their ability to reason with clarity and relevance, as they also learn to construct their own sound and persuasive arguments. Their class combines logic study with communication instruction.
Students improve their argumentation and analysis skills as they study deduction and the use of syllogisms. Debate and forensic activities allow them to practice and hone their newfound skills.