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Verbal logical reasoning

Verbal logical reasoning allows us to develop the ability to reason with verbal content, establishing among them principles of classification, ordering, relationship and meaning. This type of activity helps us to organize our verbal thinking and the capacity for abstraction and systematization, fundamental skills for improving the analysis and synthesis of everyday life situations.

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We play logical pairs

We work the logical pairs

Logical Reasoning – What do they have in common?

Logical Reasoning – How They Are Alike

Logical Reasoning – Comparing

Logical Reasoning – Related Words

Logical reasoning – What transport is

Logical Reasoning – Deducing

Verbal reasoning – Who knows how to say something that …

We discover the verbal absurdities

We work the absurd: True or False

Verbal Reasoning – Why?

Traveling Inferences – Reasoning and Pragmatics

Inferences – What am I talking about

Executive functions – what would you use?

Logical reasoning – What place is it?

Logical Reasoning – Who Do I Need?

Logical reasoning – where do we keep it?

Logical reasoning – Who is who?

Denial understanding – Point out the one who is not

We work negative sentences

We learn to understand and express negative phrases

Logical Reasoning – Guess

Logical Reasoning – Verbal Analogies

Analogies and similarity relationship

Visual absurdity prints – Beach and pool