Lessons for Philosophy

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  • Catherine Howland's Lesson Plan - … had a common first language and all four have different philosophies about learning. My responsibility here is to teach them about … speak 16 different languages. Add to this the diverse educational philosophies, and approaches to education and learning, there is even more … cooperative aspect of this activity, the students who have different philosophies can learn a little about how things are done here …
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  • Catherine Howland's Lesson Plan - … had a common first language and all four have different philosophies about learning. My responsibility here is to teach them about … speak 16 different languages. Add to this the diverse educational philosophies, and approaches to education and learning, there is even more … cooperative aspect of this activity, the students who have different philosophies can learn a little about how things are done here …
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  • The Greensboro Sit-Ins: a Continuing Tradition of Nonviolent Protest - … that their lunch counter protest be nonviolent. They based this philosophy on the teachings of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mahatma … to this nonviolent approach. Students will learn more about the philosophy of nonviolence by reading a sermon given by Dr. King … from the video about the philosophy of nonviolence, and read and answer questions about the nonviolent philosophies of Martin Luther King, Jr …
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  • Confucius - … : Students will become familiar with the basic tenets of Confucian philosophy and how it influenced the lives of the characters in … /03 Other --fortune cookies --computer/printer --overhead projector --Books --Confucian philosophy handout --Confucian images --Confucian terms overhead tips: Use Annie Painter … ) 2. Read and discuss Confucian Philosophy handout. 3. Discuss definitions of Confucian Philosophy terms. 4. Introduce fortune cookie philosophy - contrast PPS cookie restaurant …
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  • The Sathya Sai Ehv Philosophy - … formal education should develop character. SSEHV is rooted in a philosophy that all students should leave formal education with the knowledge … their local, national and international communities. Implicit in this educational philosophy is the recognition that there is an urgent need to … Perhaps one of the most challenging aspects of the SSEHV philosophy is that it expects a tripartite relationship between pupils, parents …
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  • Making the Future - … : In this lesson, students share opinions about the spirit and philosophy of the D.I.Y. movement and profile participants to … and discussing the article "This, From That." 3. Investigate the philosophy and examples of the D.I.Y. movement. 4. Individually … following ideas about tinkering, hobbies and the do-it-yourself philosophy. Read them the following quote from the article: "It's … their own experiences: -How would you describe the spirit or philosophy of the do-it-yourself movement? -In what ways might …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Jewish Folktales - … out their plan of giving in accord with their own philosophy. Materials: "The Three Laughs" "Loosening the Stopper" "The Clotheslines" "Defending … of having a personal philosophy that governs generosity and giving. If the families already have a giving philosophy, what is it? How … , it may be a good practice to create a personal philosophy regarding giving. Have learners develop their own "rules" to enlighten …
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  • Philosophy - … Blue Mountain High School Teacher/Gifted Program Coordinator Unit 7: Philosophy Unit Length: 7 days Unit Value: 110 points Grade Scale … . Demonstrate active participation in the follow-up discussion of the philosophy selections by answering at least 1 question, constructing and asking … 6. Student designed activity based upon a philosopher or particular philosophy. Intermediate/Advanced Level Due by final day of unit. (20 …
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  • Political Parties - … political parties. Students are asked to explore their own political philosophies and how those ideals encourage citizen involvement in the political … view. As you go about selecting and expanding your political philosophy, think about the issues facing your society and the stand … and apply Lewis Carrol’s quote to their own political philosophy. Students may respond through the mediums of literature, art, drama …
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  • The Bill of Rights And The Founders - … of the “rights of Englishmen,” British law, and natural rights philosophy. This unit also examines the Federalist and Anti-Federalist debate … of increasing freedom stretching back to Magna Carta. Events and philosophies from British and colonial history shaped the Founders’ ideas about … B: Foundations of Our Rights • Handout C: Founding Documents and Philosophies TEACHER • Key: Handout B • Key: Handout C The Founders: Lesson …
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