Lesson 1 (from Book 1: Dr. David Strauss, Part One: Chapters 1 - 6)
As the story opens, the Fuhrer is meeting with many of the members of his team in the small community of Scarsdale in preparation for the upcoming assault on the Strauss mansion. The Fuhrer is nervous about being recognized, but as he watches the other members of his team disperse unnoticed, he is relieved at how well they are able to hide in plain sight. The objective of this lesson is to examine the principles of hiding in plain sight and how the ability to blend in affects the story.
1. Small Group Activity: Divide into small groups and discuss the significance of the Fuhrer's team being able to hide in plain sight. How vital to the Fuhrer's plans is it that his team remained unnoticed?
2. Task: Identify at least three of the Fuhrer's team members. For each identified member, assess their ability to fit in...
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