Daily Lessons for Teaching The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice

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Objective

Objective: Foreword and Acknowledgments, and Introduction The beginning of The Missionary Position begins by questioning who would pick on "a wizened, shriveled, old lady," before moving on to explain why Mother Teresa should be examined. This lesson will establish the author's reasons for writing this book.

1) Class Discussion: Should Mother Teresa's motives for her charity be questioned? What makes people so willing to ignore Mother Teresa's shortcomings? Are the author's reasons for writing the book practical? Are his reasons selfish? What does the author's attitude towards Mother Teresa expose about his reasons for scrutinizing her?

2) Class Debate: Divide class into two teams. Assign the first team to debate why Mother Teresa and others like her are above scrutiny. The second team will debate why particular scrutiny should be applied to Mother Teresa and others like her. Teams must use the information they glean from the Foreword and...

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