As a teacher, what words do you use to describe how to indoctrinate students rather than educate them? The task is made more difficult if you’ve received the remnants of a liberal education by which you’ve learned that your job is to educate rather than indoctrinate. So under those circumstances, how do you get students to parrot your ideology?
Teacher Elizabeth Collins found a way. She calls it “modeling a speech.”
Read about it in Best of the Web Today, in an article titled, “Those Who Can’t Teach, Blog“