Lesson 1 (from Part One, What Would You Do for Love?, Chapters 1-6)
Mitch and Iggy have different views on marital arrangements, Mitch, happily married to a woman he dearly loves, and Iggy, a happy bachelor that views marriage as a prison.
The objective of this lesson is to take a closer look at the two mens' views of marriage and figure out a reason for this behavior.
1) Initiate a class discussion on the two men's opinions regarding marriage. What students agree with the viewpoint of Mitch's employee, Iggy? Who agrees with Mitch's perspective? Why?
2) Break the class into groups of two or three and have them discuss marriage from the two different points, although using their own reasoning. What is the point of marriage according to them? Present their mutual ideas in front of the class.
3) In short essay form, hypothesize on how Iggy would be likely to react to the kidnapping of Holly. Why do you...
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