UT Knoxville PHIL 244 - Quiz 2 Review (4 pages)

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Phil 244 - Professional Responsibility

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PHIL 244 Professional Responsibility Quiz 2 Review Questions Your second quiz on 10 15 13 shall cover chapters 3 4 of the textbook as well as the related material that was covered in class The quiz shall consist of three kinds of questions 1 true or false 2 multiple choice and 3 short answer The quiz questions shall be drawn from the questions below Chapter 3 Professional Duties Client s Rights 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 What s the difference between the descriptive and ethical models of the professionalclient relationship as discussed by Michael Bayles What does Bayles think is the central issue in the professional client relationship a Clients depend on the professional to give them ideas and plan to give consent on The clients are not competent or specialized enough to make these decisions on their own They have the final say but are dependent on the professional What does it mean for a teacher to play the role of an advocate in the classroom Give an example a A teacher to express his her own views in the classroom that may elicit students agreement A teacher talking about religious views and therefore and child agreeing with them Why shouldn t a teacher play the role of an advocate in the classroom according to Joel Kupperman or as you see it What are some of the benefits of teaching students independent thinking a The students are exposed to a variety of perspectives on controversial issues The students go through a phase where they believe the conflicting perspectives are equally true They can also become opinionated in their point of view although not thoughtful enough about his her position and does not fully hear anything that represents a different outlook Independent thinkers are much more likely to do well academically They become very good at balancing and comparing points of view without at the same time committing much to a personal and independent approach What are some of the possible negative effects of a teacher s not advocating a position in the classroom a



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