Lessons for Utilitarianism

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  • African Masks and Their Impact on Western Art - … applications in the Art/Humanities and Social Studies classroom Glossary: Utilitarian - something created to have a specific function Fine Art - artwork … particularly taken with African masks. Although these masks were considered utilitarian objects rather than "art" by their creators, Picasso, nevertheless, appreciated … part in the critiquing process? To discern the difference between utilitarian and fine art objects? To use proper terminology to describe …
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  • Ethics Lesson for the Air Module: Dirty Air and Bright Lights - … in a decision. Here are five different approaches. Utilitarian Making decisions from a Utilitarian approach means seeking the choice that provides the … Bentham and John Stuart Mill developed utilitarianism in the 19th century. The process of utilitarian choices includes examining what the options are … the most good to the most people. In environmental health, utilitarian approaches would look for decisions that would not harm people …
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  • Shape to Form - … - and three-dimensional artworks featuring animals. The works can be utilitarian, narrative or decorative. 1 Shape to Form - Grade Two Interdisciplinary … . Encourage students to make clay models of artworks that are utilitarian, then explain possible uses for their artworks. Display a variety … form modeling clay narrative representation shape three-dimensional two-dimensional utilitarian qualitative language 6 Shape to Form - Grade Two Interdisciplinary Lesson …
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  • Timucuan Pottery - … through group dramatization Vocabulary: Timucua, Native American, pottery, pattern, archeologist, utilitarian, ritual (See the Vocabulary list on page 6 of this … to list items from their everyday lives that are both utilitarian and decorative (e.g. belts, dishes, sheets, shoes, etc.). Encourage … and study of material evidence remaining from past human cultures. Utilitarian Stressing utility, or usefulness, over beauty. Ritual A ceremonial act …
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  • New Forms from Old - … object with a new function. They will then take everyday utilitarian objects and re-create them into new objects that can … decorative. Learning Objectives Students should be able to: take diverse utilitarian materials and redesign them into an object that is aesthetic … use scissors and glue to cut up and re-create utilitarian objects such as paper cups, bowls, plates, or even plastic …
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  • Medical Ethics and Technology - … perspectives and approaches associated with medical ethics, such as the utilitarian approach, the justice approach, the common good approach and the … action. VI. Evaluate alternative actions from various ethical perspectives. A. Utilitarian - What will accomplish the most good and do the least … Template, Continued VIII. Evaluate alternative actions from various ethical perspectives Utilitarian Fairness/Justice Common Good Virtue 25 Medical Ethics and Technology …
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  • Medical Ethics and Technology: A Brave New World? ... - … perspectives and approaches associated with medical ethics, such as the utilitarian approach, the justice approach, the common good approach and the … action. VI. Evaluate alternative actions from various ethical perspectives. A. Utilitarian What will accomplish the most good and do the least … Template, Continued VIII. Evaluate alternative actions from various ethical perspectives Utilitarian Fairness/Justice Common Good Virtue 25 Medical Ethics and Technology …
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  • Plants and Roots - … . Students will become familiar with several local plants used for utilitarian purposes. Objectives The student will: 1) understand the plant transportation … , nutritional and utilitarian value of trees and plants in the Northwest. A variety of trees were used for utilitarian items such as …
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  • Wisconsin Weather Stories - … some of the most commonly used literary methods in a utilitarian setting. A poem in itself, the proverb makes good use … concise meaning. The language of the saying is straightforward and utilitarian. This simplicity makes the proverb accessible to most people. Instead …
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  • Corn in Ancient America - … known as maize-and used it for both food and utilitarian purposes. Eastern tribes shared their knowledge of corn production with … from loss, waste, etc. of soil through efficient farming methods. utilitarian-the quality or property of being useful. Vocabulary www.agclassroom …
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