Take a walk with Aristotle
Leave the classroom as a group and walk around the school grounds observing whatever you come across to discuss its source, its make up, its use, etc.
Try the Socratic Method
Play a game in which you try to get someone to agree with you by asking them questions which lead to acceptance of your idea.
Make a philosophers display
Make copies of drawings or photographs (for the 19th and 20th century people) of the philosophers studied in the course to display in the classroom.
Perform a scene
Select a scene from Candide by Voltaire and perform it in class. Be sure the scene includes the famous line--the best of all possible worlds.
Hold a mock debate
Present the opinions of religious people who assign natural disasters as punishments from God and scientists who demonstrate the natural causes of such disasters.
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