Daily Lessons for Teaching Innocent Blood

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Lesson 1 (from Book 1, Proof of Identity: Chapters 1-3)

Objective

Book 1, Proof of Identity: Chapters 1-3

The idea of fantasies is discussed in "Book 1, Proof of Identity: Chapter 1" when Philippa discusses the fantasies she has of her biological parents. The objective of this lesson is to learn the role of fantasies in the story and the positive and negative aspects they could cause Philippa.

Lesson

1) Class Discussion: Philippa has fantasies about her biological parents because she does not know them. What do Philippa's fantasies entail? Is it healthy for Philippa to have fantasies about her biological parents? What are the positive and negative aspects of Philippa having fantasies about her biological parents?

2) Partner Discussion: One of Philippa's fantasies about her biological parents is that they are not married when she is born. Why is this one of Philippa's fantasies? What does this fantasy cause for her to believe about her biological parents?

3) Journal Writing: Write a...

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