End of Course Test: Awakening the Moral Imagination
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Which of the following tells what education is about?CorrectIncorrect
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Stories are the most effective means of engendering a moral imagination that respects rules and obeys laws.CorrectIncorrect
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Cinderella is physically beautiful in Grimm’s telling of the story.CorrectIncorrect
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In Revelation by Flannery O’Connor, Ruby’s true self is revealed to her by Mary Grace, who calls Ruby a warthog.CorrectIncorrect
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How did the misfit describe his imprisonment?CorrectIncorrect
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Pinocchio is an allegorical story of the Christian life.CorrectIncorrect
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Anderson and the Ugly Duckling are romantics.CorrectIncorrect
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In 500 to 600 words tell about the value of fairy tales and why we should introduce them to our children. Include a summary of at least one fairy tale from the seminars in this course, and tell how to it develops the moral imagination.
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