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Reading Plato's Republic: Tips for Students Reading and Writing ...
Jul 17, 2007 . Some practical tips for reading The Republic. . Reading Plato's Republic . Reading Requirements for College Prep High School Programs .
http://suite101.com/article/reading-platos-republic-a26413


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Sardar Fazlul Karim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
???????? (translation: Republic by Plato) . When Sardar was a high school student, Saratchandra Chatterjee's novel Pather Dabi (Demand for a Pathway) .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sardar_Fazlul_Karim


The Philosophy Club Start up Kit - PLATO: Philosophy Learning and ...
to high school students. Some possible texts are: Rene Descartes' Discourse on Method. Plato's Dialogues (The Apology, Crito, The Republic offer rich ideas.) .
http://plato-apa.org/pdf/PHI-club-pages.pdf

allegory of the cave - seeing images, seeing things
Jul 24, 2011 . I first read Plato's Republic in high school during my senior year, just months before I moved to the East Village with some friends back in the .
http://kenschles.wordpress.com/2011/07/24/allegory-of-the-cave-the-dialectic-of-the-image-is-thus/


How to Use Plato for Online High School Courses | eHow.com
Plato's The Republic is a book taught in upper-level high school English . How to Create an Online Course for High School Students; How to Use Blackboard .
http://www.ehow.com/how_6181260_use-online-high-school-courses.html


Keytar Catholic: Philosophy in High School, part I
Feb 7, 2011 . I am a big fan of philosophy as part of high school curriculum. I don't know if it is something accessible to students at all levels, but it is . In my junior English class we read the allegory of the cave from Plato's Republic.
http://keytarcatholic.blogspot.com/2011/02/philosophy-in-high-school.html


High School Humanities Get a Facelift in Falls Church | NPR Intern ...
May 2, 2012 . It's an ecumenical Christian school that enrolls about 140 students in . were discussing views of justice held by characters in Plato's Republic.
http://www.npr.org/internedition/spring12/?p=36