EDUC 604 Quiz 5

EDUC 604 Quiz 5 Liberty University Answers

  1. Who was Charlemagne’s principal educational adviser?
  2. Which of the following universities was noteworthy for the study of theology?
  3. During the medieval period, schools were attended primarily by persons planning to enter religious life as priests, monks, or other orders of clerics.
  4. Which of the following universities was noteworthy for the study of medicine?
  5. Which of the following universities was organized according to a pattern of student control?
  6. Which of the following universities was organized according to a pattern of student control?
  7. Which of the following is a difference in the philosophies of Aristotle and Aquinas?
  8. Which of the following comprised the trivium?
  9. Which of the following comprised the trivium?
  10. According to Thomas Aquinas, which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the teacher?
  11. For whom was chivalric education regarded as appropriate?
  12. Aquinas developed the philosophical and theological synthesis that united Christian theology and Aristotelian philosophy.
  13. In the clerical structure of the medieval Christian church . . .
  14. Which of the following universities was noteworthy for the study of law?
  15. Which of the following was a school supported by an endowment that provided for the offering of Masses by priests and choirs?
  16. What was the liturgical language of the medieval Christian church?
  17. The large class of serfs was educated in the formal sense and was generally literate.
  18. Aquinas and the other Scholastic educators believed there was a basic conflict between research and teaching.
  19. Scholastics followed the liberal arts tradition.
  20. What was a major objective of medieval church­related education?
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