Freire Rough Draft

Freire Rough Draft - Caitlin McGowan EN101 Section 75 Professor Kegler Acknowledgements I wish to thank Rachel Chase Vaqas Khan and Alyssa Gilbert

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Caitlin McGowan EN101 – Section 75 Professor Kegler September 24, 2010 Acknowledgements I wish to thank Rachel Chase, Vaqas Khan, and Alyssa Gilbert for their help. Their comments and advice were very advantageous while writing this paper!
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Paulo Freire categorizes education into two methods, banking education and problem posing. Freire powerfully argues about these two teaching techniques in his essay. Banking education is when the teachers’ style of instruction consists of lecturing to the students and to have them memorize it for the test. Problem posing education consists of interaction between the teacher and the students. In the classroom there is a lot of communication and discussion in this method of teaching. This helps lead to thinking which conducts to learning a lot more than you would if you were copying notes from a power point. My sophomore year US History II class the teacher would just put up power points and have us copy down the slides word for word. She would read the information straight off of the
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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Freire Rough Draft - Caitlin McGowan EN101 Section 75 Professor Kegler Acknowledgements I wish to thank Rachel Chase Vaqas Khan and Alyssa Gilbert

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