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Unformatted text preview: Humanities 3
The Individual & Society
Urban Science Academy
September 15, 2008 Do-Now
On the bottom ½ of page 3
Write a response to the following
How is our identity formed? To what extent
are we defined by our talents, tastes, and
interests? Are we limited by the groups to which we
belong or can we expand our horizons?
belong Preview them Reading
Preview Today, we are going to read “The Bear that
Wasn’t” Based on the title what do you think this
story will be about?
story Look at the pictures Now that you have looked at the pictures,
did you change your mind? What do you
think the story is about now?
think Vocabulary word
Vocabulary On the bottom of page 4 write this word:
In your own words, please come up with a
working definition of this word. Draw, a
picture representation of the definition of this
word The Bear that Wasn’t Debrief
The What does the title The Bear That Wasn’t
means? Why didn’t the factory officials recognize the
Bear for what he was?
Bear Why did it become harder and harder for
him to maintain his identity as he moved
through the bureaucracy of the factory?
HW Read “Little Boxes” p. 10-13 Respond to the following questions in your
Interactive notebook p. 3 (add more pages if you
need What is Wright’s dilemma? Do you or people you
know share that dilemma? If so, how do you or
they resolved it? That is, do people ever feel hurt
because their membership is a group is not
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