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Old August 2nd, 2015 #1
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Default Teaching through asking the right questions, rather than telling

I think it's better to steer children in the right direction by asking the right questions and having them form their own conclusions, rather than telling them what to believe. Usually people who are told what to think will end up rejecting it when some other source of information takes its place (ex: watches more jew tv, teenage rebellious phase, peer pressure, wanting to fit in, etc.)

Instead of telling kids what jews do you should show them some anti-white jew media and ask them to identify what the underlying message is, why is it jewish, why is it anti-white, etc. Then they come to the correct conclusions on their own, while you still guide them in the right direction by framing the questions in the right way. Also real world experiences teaches better lessons than anything you can say, so try to find ways to incorporate that.
Old August 4th, 2015 #2
Sean Gruber
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Sean Gruber

Harmer on learner autonomy
No jews, just right

Less talk, more action

Last edited by Sean Gruber; August 4th, 2015 at 03:49 AM.


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