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5 “Must Ask” Questions for Teaching Dante’s Inferno

Earlier this year, I wrote a five-part series on Dante’s Inferno entitled “Blogging through Hell”, a collection that grew out of teaching the great work this spring. Along with those articles, which served as outlets for some thoughts that incessantly swirled around my head while teaching, I want to provide a bit of practical help …

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Though I Give My Mind To Understand Augustine, But Have Not Love, It Profits Me Nothing

I would really like to hear more from your son during class discussions. For years, I have written this in report cards and spoken it at parent-teacher conferences. For years, little has come of it. I explain to parents that over the high school years more and more is gradually required of students. If students …

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