Alcove Activities: Second Level: Explicating Quotes, Set 2
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Second Level: Explicating Quotes, Set 2
Continue interperting quotes. In this section we do not offer specimen answers. Again, use this structure to write, clarify, and explain the quotes in this activity:


Quote: “What is not fully understood is not possessed.” — Goethe



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote:



Quote: “If you would thoroughly know anything, teach it to others.” — Tyron Edwards



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote:



Quote: “The mind is but a barren soil...unless it be continually fertilized and enriched with foreign matter.” — Sir J. Reynolds



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote:



Quote: “What stubbing, plowing, digging, and harrowing is to land, that thinking, reflecting, examining is to the mind.” — Berkeley



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote:



Quote: “Don’t despair of a student if he has one clear idea.” — Nathaniel Emmons



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote:



Quote: “Narrow minds think nothing right that is beyond their own capacity.” — Rochefoucauld



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote:



Quote: “There is no more independence in politics than there is in jail.”— Will Rogers



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote:



Quote: “If you wish the sympathy of broad masses then you must tell them the crudest and most stupid things.” — Adolf Hitler



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote:



Quote: “Two kinds of men generally best succeed in political life: men of no principle, but of great talent: and men of no talent; but of one principle — that of obedience to their superiors.” — Wendell Phillips



State, Elaborate, Exemplify and Illustrate the quote: