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Logic smart is usually well developed in mathematicians, scientists, and detectives. As detectives they have to think in the possible cases when someone suffers a murder or a crime. Sherlock Holmes is a perfect example he dedicated a lot of time to “defining the mystery” that needed to be solved. He took all the information he had and created a detailed picture that painted a depiction of what was known. He approached it with a blank mind, with absolutely no theories formed.
To understand the story behind each mystery, you must be able to read the narrative correctly. Fine-tune your detective skills by taking the time to analyze each room that you walk into. Sherlock was brilliant at that. He would see what was happening, observe items around, and construct a narrative that explained what had likely happened in the past. See. Observe. Deduce.
Use logic whatever decision you come to during your investigation, it should be supported by logic. If you believe a person committed a crime, your conclusion must be supported by facts. Many detectives talk about instincts and having information for a crime. All of that is useful, however, in the end, convictions are made on facts. Knowing how to solve though the information and create a clear connection between your findings is the logical way to find the truth.
- Depiction: Representation or description.
- Approached: Come near or nearer to (someone or something) in distance.
- Items: An individual article or unit, especially one that is part of a list, collection, or set.
- Fine-tune: Make small adjustments to (something) in order to achieve the best or a desired performance.
Read information in English like the newspaper, magazines and some interesting topics on the web.
- Would you become a detective? Why?
Welcome to this activity created by Junior Advisor Mr. Luis Mauricio Hajj Garnica from Coapa Branch. Take note of all the pink words, read the text, watch the video and answer the question in the comment section below.