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  1. Thank you for your help. You have given me food for thought with those questions..I'll have to think a bit deeper!
  2. Thank you. I was confused as I was preparing the question 'Describe essential qualities that a good teacher of Great Books must possess' but then the essay question changed to the above-mentioned..which I don't understand that well, so I guess examples of how to answer the question would be great!
  3. I really enjoyed this course..so insightful for teaching literature! I'm a little confused about the end of course essay question ( identify a key presupposition that leads to the many differences between progressive and conservative thought...and describe three differences between progressive and conservative thought that were presented in this course). Any advice most welcome!
  4. That sounds like a beautiful thing to do and your experience could benefit many who are starting out on the classical education journey. I am just beginning but as yet have no students! At least in the classical sense. But friends and I have begun to come together to study and discuss the content on Classical U. Its very helpful to do with others..
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