# Curriculum

## Logical reasoning

• Argument Analysis
• Approaching the Question Stem
• Identifying Premises and Conclusions
• Question Types
• Identify the Conclusion or Main Point
• Strengthen the Conclusion
• Weaken the Conclusion
• Sufficient Assumptions
• Must Be True Questions
• Most Supported Questions
• Cannot be True Questions
• Formal Logic/Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
• Unless in Formal Logic
• Point of Contention
• Point of Agreement
• Assumption Questions
• Method of Reasoning
• Evaluate the Argument
• Flawed Reasoning
• Parallel Reasoning & Flawed Parallel Reasoning
• Principle Questions

• Transition Words
• View Points
• Main Point
• Structure
• Notations & Marking up the Passage
• Question Types
• Approaching the Questions
• Question Features
• Details and Line References
• Biological and Physical Science Passages
• Law Passages
• Humanities and Social Sciences Passages
• Comparative Reading Special Question Types

## Logical games

• Introduction to Games
• Setups and Diagramming
• Short-Hand Notation for Rules
• Questions Types
• Basic Ordering Games
• Relative Ordering Games
• Improvement Drill Technique
• Grouping Games
• Grouping Game Diagrams
• Hybrid Games
• Limited Options Technique
• Additional Game Types and Practice Questions
• Formal Logic & the Contra-Positive
• Diagramming Formal Logic for Games