Daily Lessons for Teaching A Frolic of His Own

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Lesson 1 (from Section 1 (through page 38))

Objective

In Section 1 (through page 38), Oscar and Christina are siblings, and we recognize they share a nervous disposition, attention deficiency disorder, and childhood rivalries that have survived into adulthood. This lesson will discuss these two siblings and their family.

Lesson

Class Discussion: Describe these two characters. Why is the fact they are step-siblings significant?

Small Group Activity: How does their relationship affect their relationships with others? What role does Judge Crease play in their personalities?

Class Discussion: Share the groups' thoughts on the affect of these two nervous, yet competitive adults have on others, as well as the role Father plays in the development of their personalities.

Homework: Describe your personality. How much of your personality is genetic and how much is from your environment? Explain.

Lesson 2 (from Section 1 (through page 38))

Objective

In Section 1 (through page 38), the theory that the essence of law lies in language will emerge as a major...

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