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  • 12 Pages wgu_hum_mod8_summary
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    School: Western Governors

    Course: CLC1

    Connections Across Disciplines Key Concepts Movements in the Humanities I Those who study culture and history often seek to identify the broad thematic social and artistic concerns of a give time period, which they then call a "movement." The following ta

  • 14 Pages wgu_hum_mod4_summary
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    School: Western Governors

    Course: CLC1

    Theater (Drama), Film, Music, and Dance Key Concepts - Theatre Definitions Theater, a collaborative medium of artistic expression, involves a finite live performance by one or more actors, witnessed by an audience in a pre-defined place (usually a theater

  • 17 Pages wgu_hum_mod7_summary
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    School: Western Governors

    Course: CLC1

    Imagination, Values, and Emotions Key Concepts The search for meaning The search for meaning in our lives expresses a deep and timeless human impulse. It's this impulse which leads us to ask, in every aspect of human experience. What does such-and-such me

  • 2 Pages PCE tasks
    PCE Tasks

    School: Western Governors

    Course: CLC1

    Western Governors University Secondary Mathematics Education Task List for Pre Clinical Experiences Student_Student ID#_ Instructions to Cooperating Teachers: Listed below are the tasks that require permission and validation by school personnel. The tasks

  • 15 Pages wgu_hum_mod9_summary
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    School: Western Governors

    Course: CLC1

    Humanities and Culture Key Concepts Appreciating the experience of others Through the formal arts and philosophy, we celebrate our common humanity across time and cultures. The humanities help us fathom and appreciate the experiences of fellow human being

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    School: Western Governors

    Course: CLC1

    Questions of Moral Philosophy Key Concepts Cultural Relativism Cultural Relativism (sometimes called Moral Relativism) is the view that morality (behavior which is right and wrong) is culturally determined. According to its tenets, therefore, there is no

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    School: Western Governors

    Course: CLC1

    Ethics and Virtue Key Concepts Definitions Ethics is the study of the moral values and conduct of an individual, group, or culture. Ethics is sometimes called moral philosophy; it is employed to answer questions of morality. Morality can be defined as the

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