Programme evaluation.

  title={Programme evaluation.},
  author={Charles E. Engel and Grahame I. Feletti},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  volume={6 3},
something similar in this book-and, indeed, I believe I was not disappointed. A scan over the terms the author uses is enough to convince one that this book is very particular: “moral”, “profane”, “religious”, “seven deadly sins of teaching”, “style” and “character”. I am generally unsympathetic towards evangelical styles of argument, so I would not have read much further than the Preface, had I not been asked to review this book. But I am rather glad that I did: it is entertaining (not one of… 

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