To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing up Without a Father Fun Activities

Don Miller (author)
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Developing a resource list.

What kinds of services or programs are available in your community for boys (and girls) raised without one or more parents? Assign students to work in groups and make a list of these programs. Have students select agencies to:

a. Contact representatives of these agencies and arrange for a speaker to come to class.

b. Contact representatives of one or more of these agencies and write a one-page paper summarizing their program.

The perfect television family.

Take a vote of your classmates and determine today's perfect family television show. If appropriate, arrange with the teacher to tape and show one segment of this show in class and discuss parenting roles and relationships with their children. Discuss and compare with the reality of the your and your classmates' lives either through class discussion or write a one-to-two page paper.

Take an inventory.

a. Research the...

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