Daily Lessons for Teaching The Last King of Scotland

Giles Foden
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Objective: When the Minister Wasswa talks about those who eat monkey meat, Idi Amin counters with the idea of eating human flesh. Today's objective is to talk about the idea of cannibalism and what this already says about the character of Amin.

1) 1. Have students discuss whether they have ever heard of cannibalism in modern times.

2. In smaller groups, have students discuss whether they feel they can take Amin's word to be truth or not.

3. As a class, have the students discuss what the power of stating one is a cannibal does to the person and to those who now know the truth. How does the idea that Amin is a cannibal serve his position? Will this help or hurt him to admit his past experience with eating the flesh of another human?

4. Homework: Have students decide whether they think it's ever right to eat the flesh of...

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