The following source analysis activity linked HERE is designed to create familiarity and comfort using the OPVL approach to document analysis!
What We Have Been Discussing
Source analysis is a key skill in not just history class, but all classes. You need to develop the ability to look at a stimulus and say, “what is this? What purpose does it serve? And are there any inherent biases that could be corrupting […]
Use the link to our SAPIENS PADLET HERE to practice creating knowledge questions!
Congratulations! There has been a global revolution and you have been chosen to sit on the C.O.D committee (Coalition of Deciders). The committee’s task is to decide on a global ethic and system of morality for all of Humanity. In order to take on this […]
Kill one to save 5? Torture one for utopia? Are acts inherently immoral or does the end justify the means?
As an introduction to ETHICS, go through the ethical situation simulation found HERE. Ensure you complete it! After you’ve finished the simulation, take note of your CONSISTENCY or lackthereof ! This is important as it will tell you if you’re an intellectual and moral hypocrite […]
Equality or Oppression? Analyzing the Castor Semenya situation with some insight from Kurt Vonnegut: Aka using literature to understand our world
Read the wonderful short story by Kurt Vonnegut titled, “Harrison Bergeron” linked below While reading it, consider the following: Why is the population regulated the way they are? Why does Harrison reject this? What possible analogies or real world corollaries can you identify? How does […]