A Learning Exercise in
The Five Key Components of Critical Thinking
by Previn and Pauline
"Well," says the Great Detective, Benderforth Clabbermunch, "It appears you'll be my assistant during this investigation. I shall henceforth refer to you as 'Padfoot,' as you are a novice in the halls of justice. I expect you to abide by the Detective's Code, and utilize the Five Key Components of Critical Thinking."
"Not sure what those are?" he asks, eyebrows raised. "Then hover over that text in bold, if you'd be so obliging."
"Very well, then," he continues. "The death of Professor Mumplewhomp has caused quite a stir at Cambridge. Granted, he didn't die at Cambridge. He died in his unventilated laboratory in the basement of a decrepit office building in East End." The Great Detective coughs into his hand, and looks over his shoulder.
"I must warn you, this line of work is not for the weak of heart, or the weak of stomach, for that matter. So, shall we away to the scene of the crime?"