SST 310 moral dillema lesson

SST 310 moral dillema lesson - Killing Dilemma I. II....

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Killing Dilemma I. Standard: I.1, I.4, II.1, II.3, III.5, V.1, VI.2, VII.1 II. Objective/Benchmark: Lesson will teach effect of Holocaust on Jewish community and how war can change people’s lives dramatically. Purpose of lesson to give information to students about important time in history that has shaped today’s world. Also, for students to look at events through someone else’s eyes, give them new frame of reference that will hopefully carry when they assess other situations. Students will be able to explain effects of Holocaust on Jewish community and view situations from perspectives other than their own. They can apply this by explaining the presumed effects of the Holocaust on other peoples during the same time period. This can be measured by a short essay due the following day on “the Holocaust through the eyes of….” III. Anticipatory Set: Have you ever killed anybody? Would you ever kill someone? In what circumstance? Is it morally wrong to kill someone? When is it not wrong?
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course SST 310 taught by Professor Stabler during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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