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GREAT BOOK SOCRATIC SEMINAR 1: JOB “The greatest Western poem yet” By Victor Moeller
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Part I of this book describes, defines and illustrates the Socratic method in a sequence of six lesson plans that explain how to engage students in the Socratic method of teaching and learning as a... More > prelude to writing interpretive essays. These lesson plans also enable teacher and student to develop the skills of independent, reflective, and critical thinking. Part II focuses on the primary text of the Hebrew book of Job, and two secondary authors, Robert Frost’s little-known but brilliant revision of the resolution of Job A Masque of Reason and Archibald’s MacLeish’s J.B, equally astounding epilogue of the original tale. Part III questions whether “A Serious Man” (2009) of the Coen brothers is a contemporary version of the story of Job. In short, the ultimate goal of this intensive study of the story of Job is to develop the skills of independent, critical, and reflecting thinking that result in memorable understanding and enjoyment of the “greatest poem of Western literature.”< Less
GREAT BOOK SOCRATIC SEMINAR 1: JOB “The greatest Western poem yet” Teacher Supplement By Victor Moeller
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Part I of this supplement describes, defines and illustrates the Socratic method in a sequence of six lesson plans that explain how to engage students in the Socratic method of teaching and learning... More > as a prelude to writing interpretive essays. These lesson plans also enable teacher and student to develop the skills of independent, reflective, and critical thinking. Part II focuses on the primary text of the Hebrew book of Job, and two secondary authors, Robert Frost’s little-known but brilliant revision of the resolution of Job A Masque of Reason and Archibald’s MacLeish’s J.B, equally astounding epilogue of the original tale. Part III questions whether “A Serious Man” (2009) of the Coen brothers is a contemporary version of the story of Job. In short, the ultimate goal of this intensive study of the story of Job is to develop the skills of independent, critical, and reflecting thinking that result in memorable understanding and enjoyment of the “greatest poem of Western literature.”< Less

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