Daily Lessons for Teaching Of Human Bondage

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Objective: Chapters 1-4 News of his mother's death is quite shocking and depressing to Philip at the beginning of the book. The objective of this lesson will be to discuss the grieving process and how grief marks Philip at a young age.

1) Read aloud with the class the part where Philip is brought to see his mother when she knows she is dying. Have the students write about how this makes them feel in one-word answers. Write some of these answers on the board. Discuss this with the class. How many people do you think will mourn for Philip's mother? How would you feel if you had seen this happen, as Philip did?

2) Have the students write a short essay from the viewpoint of one of the members of Philip's family about his mother's death. How do they feel? What are they thinking? Are they afraid, angry...

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