Read Brain Rules by John Medina (2008) Seattle, WA:Pear Press chapter 3 and 4 (Wiring and Attention).
Write 6 critical questions and the answers to 2 of your questions.
2 well-written, proofread, understandable critical answers. The type of critical thinking is identified (e.g., analysis, evaluation, or synthesis).
Critical questions and comprehension questions are different. Critical questions let people "wonder"; there is no right or wrong answer; and they require that you use evidence from the reading in their answers. Comprehension questions – which you don't want to write – are factual, have a right answer, and the answer can be found directly in the reading.
You must identify the type of critical thinking you use for your 2 answers. Include 1 sentence in your responses that tells us if you use analysis, evaluation, or synthesis.