Daily Lessons for Teaching The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

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Objective: Robin kills a man who shoots upon him due to damaged pride. The objective of this lesson is to learn how to control anger.

1) Initiate a class discussion on things that make students angry. Is there a common theme among students or is it definitely particular to the student?

2) Ask the class to make a list of things that make them angry. Ask them to list them in order of things that only make them uncomfortable, to things that make them fly into a rage. When they are done, ask the students what about those situations makes them angry.

3) Have the students brainstorm the easiest ways to calm down when they are angry. What kinds of things are healthy? What kinds of things aren't?

4) Have the entire class brainstorm answers to what makes them angry. Ask the students to look for something diplomatic and fair, but...

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