Letters from a Stoic Epistulae Morales Ad Lucilium Fun Activities

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Play a Game

In the lesson based on the comparison and contrast of the lives and deaths of both Seneca and Socrates, students listed similarities and differences. Give the students a few minutes to review their lists, then play the game: "Seneca or Socrates?" Split the class into several teams and ask questions. Each team competes to answer the most questions correctly. You state a fact and they answer whether it refers to Socrates or Seneca. Keep score and give a prize to the winning team.

Stoicism 101

As a public relations writer for a Stoic college, you must write a brief brochure description about Stoicism. Make it appealing, yet stick to the principles of Stoicism.

Facebook page

Set up a Facebook page for students who are also studying this book. Share class notes as well as your thoughts on Stoicism.

Look for modern day Stoics

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