Josh Gibbs describes what a teacher should do in order to effectively teach the Great Books. He argues that the teacher ought to perform 3 tasks: 1) setting the stage, 2) standing in for the author, and 3) disrupting presuppositions. All of these work together to deepen the students’ understanding of the text and make…
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