CoRT 3 deals with two-people situations.
The thinker is no longer looking directly at the subject matter but at someone elses thinking. The main area is that of argument, debate, conflict, opinion, etc.
These lessons provide ways of assessing evidence.
We also examine different strategies used to prove a point and the two main classes of error.
There are two practical procedures for helping to solve conflicts;
"Examine Both Sides (EBS)" and in the mapping operation called
"Agreement, Disagreement, Irrelevance (ADI)."
The aim of CoRT 3 is to encourage pupils to listen to what is being said and to assess its value.
We are also encouraged to adopt a constructive approach to resolving arguments.