Many people attempt to improve themselves, but few think moral perfection is possible. In Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography, he systematically attempts moral perfection. Students read the text, answer questions, and conduct engaging and lively discussions about the qualities of moral perfection and if it is indeed attainable. All materials are included for a student-led fishbowl Socratic seminar including text, discussion questions, instructions, lesson plan flow, and evaluation forms.
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