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ed?) b)the position that the paper will take on the question c)how the paper will argue that position2. Background information (this could also be covered in the introduction) a)defining terms: b)parameters: e.

who do we think should/should not be required to take a course? when? c)justification: why is the question of whether a teacher takes a philosophy of education course important?3.

First reason why teachers should/should not have to take a philosophy of education course a)your reason c)anticipated objections e)transition to the next point4.

Second reason why teachers should/should not have to take a philosophy of education course a)your second reason c)anticipated objections e)transition to the next point5 Is to get you doing philosophy. But what is Big Questions like those above, philosophers might find indicating in her introduction which term in Smith's..

Third reason why teachers should/should not have to take a philosophy of education course a)reason c)anticipated objections