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Stratégies Pour L'Enseignement Du Cinéma Africain, Sylvie Vanbaelen Feb 2005

Stratégies Pour L'Enseignement Du Cinéma Africain, Sylvie Vanbaelen

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Depuis plusieurs annees, les programmes de francais meme les plus "traditionnels" s'ouvrent au monde francophone, conscients de ses richesses et repondant ainsi aux exigences de la diversite culturelle. Les manuels d'enseignement du francais incluent des sections entieres sur les cultures et les litteratures des pays et des peuples francophones. Des cours specialises emergent, centres sur les productions culturelles et litteraires de l'Afrique, des Caraibes, de l'Amerique du Nord, de l'Asie et de l'Europe. Dans le large eventail des possibilites qui s'offrent aux enseignants, le cinema africain represente probablement l'une des moins aisees.


Why Are Liberal Education's Friends Of So Little Help?, Marshall W. Gregory Jan 2005

Why Are Liberal Education's Friends Of So Little Help?, Marshall W. Gregory

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Emphasizes the need for college teachers to apply diligence in improving teaching methods towards the achievement of liberal education goals. Potential for teachers to advance knowledge and awareness on liberal education; Factors that can be attributed to the failure of colleges and universities in the U.S. to make progress in their liberal programs and aims; Ways to address liberal education issues.


The Psychological Foundation For An Integrated Course In Law And Ethics, Richard Mcgowan Jan 2005

The Psychological Foundation For An Integrated Course In Law And Ethics, Richard Mcgowan

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Centuries ago, Thomas Aquinas noted that “human reason must proceed from the precepts of the natural law as from certain common and indispensable principles to other more particular dispositions” (ST I-II, 91, 3) He said that “because of the uncertainty of human judgment, especially in contingent and particular matters, it happens that different decisions are made about different human acts so that laws are often divergent and even contradictory.” (91, 4) To the casual reader, Thomas might be endorsing a position akin to ethical relativism but Thomas finds little to endorse about that position: “the truth is the same for ...