Courage Discussion Questions

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Draw a time line ranging from your first memory to your current age. Then at the appropriate years mark events in your life when you behaved courageously. What do these events have in common? What do they tell you about yourself and your idea(s) of courage?

Write an essay comparing a courageous deed of a public figure with a cowardly deed of a public figure. The figure may be a politician, a celebrity, a sports star. What does the comparison tell you about the pressures of living under public scrutiny?

Ask at least a dozen people for their definitions of the word "courage"; then discuss features those definitions share. Discuss which features you agree with and which you disagree with.  

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