End of Course Test: Teaching the Great Books
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Classicism requires that you approach the text knowing that you might have some interesting thoughts to share.CorrectIncorrect
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Students find the Deep Reading Assignment extremely easy to do even on the first try.CorrectIncorrect
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Should good literature be the central focus of the classical classroom?CorrectIncorrect
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“Poetic knowledge” is…CorrectIncorrect
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Which role ought the teacher take on when teaching the Great Books?CorrectIncorrect
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The catechism should only be said weekly so that students do not get tired of saying it.CorrectIncorrect
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Why do students remember better when they memorize together and ritually?CorrectIncorrect
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Students today are often beset with:CorrectIncorrect
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What is the “cruciform lectern”?CorrectIncorrect
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Now that you have viewed Josh Gibbs teach and then viewed his postclass interview, what does he recommend regarding “more contemplative” types of assignments (such as the writing assignment that he gave)?CorrectIncorrect
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In 500 to 600 words, describe the essential qualities that a good teacher of Great Books should possess.
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