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The Abolition of Man Book Study

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  1. Introduction
    Lesson 1: Introduction (Preview Content)
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    1 Quiz
  2. Discussion of Lecture 1 (Preview Content)
    5 Topics
  3. Lessons & Discussions
    Lesson 2: The Abolition of Man in Context
    4 Topics
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    1 Quiz
  4. Discussion of Lecture 2
    3 Topics
  5. Lesson 3: Men without Chests
    4 Topics
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    1 Quiz
  6. Discussion of Lecture 3
    1 Topic
  7. Lesson 4: Moral versus Modern Education
    4 Topics
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    1 Quiz
  8. Discussion of Lecture 4
    1 Topic
  9. Lesson 5: The Abolition of Man
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    1 Quiz
  10. Discussion of Lecture 5
    1 Topic
  11. Lesson 6: Lewis's Predictions Fulfilled in Three Ways
    4 Topics
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    1 Quiz
  12. Discussion of Lecture 6
    1 Topic
  13. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test: The Abolition of Man
    1 Quiz
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Pedagogical journal exercise: 

From your experiences as a student, can you recall teachers or professors who shaped and molded how you thought, rather than just teaching you what to think? (Educators who were “old birds helping young birds to fly?”) What qualities or methods made these individuals excellent teachers? Conversely, did you have any bad experiences with educators? Did their teaching methods contribute to the experience?

After answering these questions, take some time to consider how your experiences can shed light on how you teach. What are some ways you can help your students, or “young birds,” to fly, rather than acting as a “poultry keeper” who keeps his or her birds in line?