Course Hero - English 15 14 October 2007 Ralph Waldo...

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English 15 14 October 2007 Ralph Waldo Emerson and John Dewey had different views on how one's education should be taught. Emerson believed in the technique of lecture known as the "drill" effect, this is the process by which a teacher repeatedly says the information until the students memorize the information taught. Dewey believed that the most influential way to instruct is by playing games, writing and acting out plays, as well as other methods of teaching that involved a lot of interaction between students. The best way to educate a student or group is to use Emerson's form of repetition, because it seems to be the way many people learn today, and once something is memorized it is hard to forget. Education is a very important aspect of life, because many people spend most of their time studying or learning something new. The process of education consists of elementary school, secondary school, and then college though not all people attend further education after high school. Education should be taught
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENGL 15 taught by Professor Deborahmorkun during the Fall '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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