Objective: In this chapter, there is an example of a new way at looking at the after life, as a half life where the body is in suspended cerebral states. This half life allows people to talk to their dead relatives, and effectively provides a new dimension to the way of thinking about life after death. The objective of this lesson is to look into the way different cultures traditions regarding death.
1) Initiate a class discussion on death. Have any students lost any family members? Who and how long ago? How did it affect them?
2) Break the class up into groups of two or three and have them explain what their countries view of death was, and what ceremonies are associated with death. Have each student in the group select a culture from past or present or both and compare and contrast that cultures view on death...
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