Refna Wati


Critical thinking skill is needed by the students to face the globalization era and to adapt to the technological development today. Critical thinking skill can be developed and trained through a stimulus. One of the stimuli can be applied through the teacher talks in the teaching and learning process.  In stimulating students’ critical thinking, the teacher can use some types of teacher talks. Those types can be modified as needed. This paper is aimed to give some suggestions to the teacher in applying teacher talks for fostering the students’ critical thinkingin teaching and learning process. 


Critical Thinking, teacher talks

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