Write out a dialogue (point form NOT permitted) between Plato, Kazepides, Senyshyn, Egan and Gelsomina

Write out a dialogue (point form NOT permitted) between Plato, Kazepides, Senyshyn, Egan and Gelsomina

Order Description

The following is your take home exam. Please note that you cannot write to me about any questions you may have about the exam. If you do, university policy dictates that I will not be able to respond to your email during the examination period. You will have a full week – if you need it – to complete the exam. It will be due by 11:59 PM on Tuesday, December 2, 2014. This is the official date. You will have to return your exam by email attachment with two files: a WORD and a PDF version. In the “Subject” (title) heading of your email indicate the following: “Take home exam for Educ 471 – Surrey campus”

Here is your one question for the exam:

Please write out a dialogue (point form NOT permitted) between Plato, Kazepides, Senyshyn, Egan and Gelsomina (i. e., the Gelsomina from our most recent film – La Strada). These characters will engage in the kind of dialogue format you engaged in your group assignments for “Stand and Deliver” and “Zorba the Greek”(Movie). They will be discussing what they value in a curriculum.

But in this dialogue each of the five characters in your answer must speak at least five (5) different times. The exact question for their dialogue with each other will be:

What are the most important values – the good – that should be part of a curriculum for students in either primary, secondary or post-secondary education. In your title for your dialogue please indicate which one (1) of these three levels: i.e. primary, secondary or post-secondary education is your choice for your answer. Your characters can speak in any order that you want them to as long as they speak on at least five (5) different occasions.

You do not need to provide page references or any references whatsoever except to indicate in brackets at the beginning of the dialogue who is actually speaking; i.e., Plato, Kazepides, Senyshyn, Egan or Gelsomina. What each character says must be in YOUR OWN words. But these words must be an accurate indication or reflection of their ideas on what is the good in a curriculum as presented in your readings and the last film we viewed: Fellini’s “La Strada”.

Please note that the minimum for this exam is 3000 words. The maximum is 5000 words.

REQUIRED TEXTS
Plato.
Republic
.
Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, (The World’s Classics
series) 1993, 1998.

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Write out a dialogue (point form NOT permitted) between Plato, Kazepides, Senyshyn, Egan and Gelsomina

Write out a dialogue (point form NOT permitted) between Plato, Kazepides, Senyshyn, Egan and Gelsomina

Order Description

The following is your take home exam. Please note that you cannot write to me about any questions you may have about the exam. If you do, university policy dictates that I will not be able to respond to your email during the examination period. You will have a full week – if you need it – to complete the exam. It will be due by 11:59 PM on Tuesday, December 2, 2014. This is the official date. You will have to return your exam by email attachment with two files: a WORD and a PDF version. In the “Subject” (title) heading of your email indicate the following: “Take home exam for Educ 471 – Surrey campus”

Here is your one question for the exam:

Please write out a dialogue (point form NOT permitted) between Plato, Kazepides, Senyshyn, Egan and Gelsomina (i. e., the Gelsomina from our most recent film – La Strada). These characters will engage in the kind of dialogue format you engaged in your group assignments for “Stand and Deliver” and “Zorba the Greek”(Movie). They will be discussing what they value in a curriculum.

But in this dialogue each of the five characters in your answer must speak at least five (5) different times. The exact question for their dialogue with each other will be:

What are the most important values – the good – that should be part of a curriculum for students in either primary, secondary or post-secondary education. In your title for your dialogue please indicate which one (1) of these three levels: i.e. primary, secondary or post-secondary education is your choice for your answer. Your characters can speak in any order that you want them to as long as they speak on at least five (5) different occasions.

You do not need to provide page references or any references whatsoever except to indicate in brackets at the beginning of the dialogue who is actually speaking; i.e., Plato, Kazepides, Senyshyn, Egan or Gelsomina. What each character says must be in YOUR OWN words. But these words must be an accurate indication or reflection of their ideas on what is the good in a curriculum as presented in your readings and the last film we viewed: Fellini’s “La Strada”.

Please note that the minimum for this exam is 3000 words. The maximum is 5000 words.

REQUIRED TEXTS
Plato.
Republic
.
Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, (The World’s Classics
series) 1993, 1998.
ISBN
:
ISBN

10:
0192833707
| ISBN

13:
978

0192833709
Tasos Kazepides
.
Education as Dialogue: Its prerequisites and its enemies. Tasos
Kazepides. Education as Dialogue:
Its prerequisites and its enemies.
Montreal and
Kingston: McGill

Queen’s University Press. (2010
). 207pp. CDN$ 29.95. ISBN: 978

0

7735

3806

1
Kieran, Egan.
Imagination in Teaching and Learning: The Middle School Years.
The
University of Chicago Press,
IS
BN: 0

226

19035

8.
Senyshyn, Yaroslav.
The Artist In Crisis
:
Kierkegaard’s Philosophy Of The Aesthetic
Stage of Existence And Live Musical Performance
.
Vancouver: Platon Promotions
Publishing, 2010. ISBN 978

0

557

52344

3

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