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Teaching Personae and Philosophy
A discussion of education issues based on the movies "Dead Poet's Society" and "Lean on Me".
# 140996 | 750 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Theory) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Philosophy (General)


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Based on the movies "Dead Poet's Society" and "Lean on Me", the paper compares and contrasts education issues and teaching of today and yesterday. The discussion also highlights the appeal of the Social Reconstructionism Philosophy, and why this writer chose it.

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"Based on the movies "Dead Poet's Society" and "Lean on Me", the following discussion compares and contrasts education issues and teaching of today and yesterday. The current discussion also highlights the appeal of the Social Reconstructionism Philosophy, and why I chose it.
"The movie Dead Poets Society provides a look into an ultra conservative prep-school setting in the late 1950s. While it could be argued that the..."

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