Explaining the Actions of Men and Gods: Elements of English Pedagogy

@article{Hardcastle2007ExplainingTA,
  title={Explaining the Actions of Men and Gods: Elements of English Pedagogy},
  author={John A. Hardcastle},
  journal={Pedagogy},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={453 - 480}
}
ion, the ability to compare and differentiate. These complex psychological processes cannot be mastered through the initial learning alone. Initial learning marks only the beginning of a developmental process that continues over a lifetime. The dictionary definition of the word can be taught by direct methods, but consider what is involved in learning what justice means. The internal processes involved in the evolution of word meanings render direct teaching of justice both impossible and… CONTINUE READING

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