Lesson 1 (from Chapters 1-3 (pages 1-23))
Morals. In this section, the reader first notices Myron's struggle with morality in his life.
The objective of this lesson is to look at morals.
1. Class discussion. Discuss with students what morals are. How and why did human societies invent a moral code? Are morals absolute? Is there only one true set of morals? What if one culture believes marriage is sacred and another doesn't believe in it at all? Who is right? Who is wrong? What's the difference between morals and laws? Do they overlap? What happens when secular law contradicts religious belief? Should one break a law that opposes one's moral code? How do we learn the moral code of our particular culture? How have the characters in this book thus far shown bad or good morals? Why do you think Myron struggles with morality in his life?
2. Group work. Split students into...
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