Use these resources to work from home.
Try some TED talks – these are usually wonderful, with plenty to stimulate your questioning and reasoning skills, including:
Elizabeth Loftus – how reliable is your memory?
Dan Gilbert – why we make bad decisions
Richard Dawkins – militant atheism
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – We should all be feminists
Damon Horowitz – Philosophy in prison
There are loads of talks on here, so use the search engine to find topics that interest you. Practise note-taking; write notes as you listen, just as you would if you were listening to a real-life lecture, and practise the skill of jotting down key points at speed. Ask yourself questions when you get to the end: what were the speaker’s key messages? Do you agree with the speaker? What might someone who disagreed say, and what might their reasons be?