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Andrew thinks that while there are 2 modes of teaching, there are also 4 faculties of teaching. They are:CorrectIncorrect
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By what name does Andrew also refer to the liberal arts?CorrectIncorrect
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Andrew thinks that “riddles and enigmas”CorrectIncorrect
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Andrew argues that in one sense even the most experienced teacher is ignorant because:CorrectIncorrect
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The maieutic stage can be best defined as:CorrectIncorrect
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Andrew suggests that there are 2 stages to Socratic teaching, the ironic stage and the maieutic stage. The ironic stage is best defined as:CorrectIncorrect
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Andrew cites a dialogue of Plato as his touchstone example showing Socrates in action. To what dialogue does he refer?CorrectIncorrect
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Andrew outlines the following 4-step sequence of imitation:CorrectIncorrect
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Andrew quotes the medieval maxim that we we become…CorrectIncorrect
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What are the “content distinctives” in a classical grammar school?CorrectIncorrect
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In 500 to 600 words, describe what mimetic teaching is and how it will help students learn effectively. Then describe what Socratic teaching is and how it will help students learn effectively.
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