Teaching that begins with questions is both a moral and a pedagogical choice. A teacher teaches with questions because she or he believes that it is a better way to teach, and a better way to be a teacher. Yet to succeed at this, the questions must be real questions: questions that puzzle, confuse, and interest.
No, absolutely not, writing doesn't have to be like a jigsaw puzzle, it can be a very linear undertaking.
To me acting is like a jigsaw puzzle. The jigsaw puzzle is of the sky and all the pieces are blue. Out of this you have to create a human being and put it together.
Saturday, December 02, 2006
Quote of the Day, 12/02/06: Puzzles
Quotes today are about puzzles.