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CH 2 Discussion Slides - Ch 2 Philosophical Roots of...

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Ch. 2 Philosophical Roots of Education Essential Question: Who is the educated person (how did they “become” educated)? In other words, how do
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Reflection Question to Write Into the Day Let’s say you were born to a woman in a very remote place. There were miles between your residence and the next nearest residence. You don’t go anywhere. You don’t attend school. You are now 18 years of age. What would you know how to do? Think about knowledge that is natural or instinctual. “This is what I would know….” “This is how I would act…”
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Pair and share Find someone you don’t know in class and share your reflections. How is your knowledge similar or different than your partner? How would you be different than who you are now? How would your “remote self” define truth? What if your mom died and you suddenly had to live at college? How would you feel?
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Return to Your Reflection What did you learn in this exchange?
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