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At St. Peter's, a holistic method/approach/style of teaching is emphasized with the goal to develop and strengthen students' minds, bodies and spirits. They teach students how to learn, which enlightens/develops and broadens their minds.

Hi,

For a start, which of the former bolded words fits best in the above to you?

Second, is "enlightens" and "develops" interchangeable in the latter context? Thanks.
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All work, style is more pretentious, the other two are more fact-oriented.

Both work, enlightens is more pretentious.
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... a holistic method/approach/style of teaching is emphasized ...

Shouldn't "approach" be followed by "to"? (approach of teaching / approach to teaching?)
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Tanit

... a holistic method/approach/style of teaching is emphasized ...

Shouldn't "approach" be followed by "to"? (approach of teaching / approach to teaching?)
Methinks you have a point here.
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Marius HancuAll work, style is more pretentioous, the other two are more fact-oriented.

Both work, enlightens is more pretentious.

Thanks, Marius.

Got it.