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An engaging, yet challenging, assignment for high school, college, and university students.
In all of my first year undergraduate classes, I think of ways to engage my students in the higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. This is my newest assignment, and I am thrilled with the results.
This assignment is about formulating a question that relates to both a small excerpt of philosophy and a novel or screenplay and then creating a visual representation of the question. This idea could be used for any novel. This particular grouping goes with Plato’s . I have also done this with Plato’s and Nietzsche’s , but I think any work of philosophy that you are familiar with will work as well.
This product contains students’ examples that compare Plato’s to either a screenplay or book. I have a product on TpT on the that will help students and teachers understand its fundamental teaching. The asks the question: “What is knowledge?” and suggests that fixed knowledge exists and how we might obtain it. Socrates’ focus is on the difference between knowledge and opinion. I think there is an undeniable need to have this discussion with high school, college, and university students.
The screenplays and books are approved by me - the list below are books and scripts that work really well with the . Sometimes students work with the novels or plays instead – this depends on how much time they have to read the text. The links to the screenplays are included in this product.
They may be used as homework, classwork, individual, or group work.
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✺ Instructions for both teachers and students on how to craft a question. This product is not about the answers – it’s creating a visual representation of the question. Students also must explain how the images relate to the texts they are using.
✺ An editable rubric and a copy of my rubric.
✺ 12 student examples. One student example also has an explanation of the images. Links to all of the images used in the student examples.
✺ An example that shows how to reference and explain the images.
✺ Links to the screenplays that were used in the creation of the questions and that go well with Plato’s .
✺ A link to Plato’s .
✺ I have a product on Plato’s . Four student questions relate to the midwife section - you will find an in-depth exploration into this section in my product below. The other questions also relate to the , but those sections are further along in the dialogue.
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