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|wonder and a vague mystery of life and feeling, beneath and beyond all science, |
and proclaiming the wonderfulness and ... 1859 1725–93 Roux, Joseph French
hydrographer Science is for those who learn; poetry, for those who know.
|Science is for those who learn; poetry for those who know. —Joseph Roux This book is a continuation of my previous book, Dynamics and Control of Structures .|
|Boris Pasternak (1890-1960): Poetry is a rich, full-bodied whistle, cracked ice |
crunching in pails, the night that numbs the leaf, the duel of two ... Joseph Roux (
1834-1886): Science is for those who learn : poetry, for those who know.
|Did you ever wonder why you were able to learn it so fast? ... What did you learn |
from the poem? ... If you doubt then, then perhaps you can explain to me why the
lowest readers in my class, even those who know nothing about reading, are ...
|Following Gaski's logic, the works of indigenous artists become exemplary to |
those of us who struggle to find ways of reconnecting to the fundamental reality of
the earth—and, to this end, we need to learn to appreciate the works of those '
modern natural' artists, such as Gaski's fellow Sami, ... These poets know that,
when a person dies, his soul does not rise to heaven, but walks away in the
|This is the book Richard Dawkins was meant to write: a brilliant assessment of what science is (and isn't), a tribute to science not because it is useful but because it is uplifting.|
|Not only does science underlie sculpture, painting, music, poetry, but science is |
itself poetic. ... Those engaged in scientific researches constantly show us that
they realize not less vividly, but more vividly, than others, the poetry of ... who
knows that its elements are held together by a force which, if suddenly liberated,
would produce a flash of lightning ? ... Whoever at the seaside has not had a
microscope and an aquarium, has yet to learn what the highest pleasures of the
|impatience not only with science, but with art and learning a^SO' Enough of |
Science and of Art; Close up those barren ... The poem is a rhetorical admonition,
and its rejection of all learning and all the arts has been given a disproportionate
|Dialogue poems also prompt students to better differentiate between two |
concepts that are usually learned at the same time, and thus ... of characters or
the causes for complex events in texts and those in his or her own life 9–12 •
Knows the major external and internal sources of ... A preparation section follows
in which ways you can better ensure a successful learning investigation have
|the preunit preliminaries, that is, just on their learning how to read and |
comprehend poems. For these students, then, this unit would have had at least
eight stages instead of six because they needed those first two additional ...
identify one thing they like about the poem (Figure 8.5) in order to make a
connection with something they know or have experienced. ... Alex Koerger, a
former student who was teaching sixth-grade science, wrote to me about his
experience teaching an NHLP ...