The ultimate purpose of teaching literature is not understanding, but the transferring of the imaginative habit of mind, the instinct to create a new form instead of idolizing an old one,from the laboratory of literature to the life of mankind, society depends heavily for its well-being on the handful of people who are imaginative in this sense. -Northrop Frye, The Developing Imagination, 1963, p.58
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Successful argumentation is not about being louder than the other guy, or talking faster. It is about having the better argument, using better logic, having strong evidence, and putting it all together eloquently and persuasively.
Subject: English / Language Arts |
Grade: 6-8 Author(s): Ann Mary Ferguson Views: 360 |
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