The Truman Show Movie Questions for High School Philosophy

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9th - 12th, Homeschool
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Please Note: This activity is also included in the Greek Epistemology Lesson for High School Philosophy product. Please do not purchase The Truman Show Movie Questions if you have purchased the Greek Epistemology Lesson for High School Philosophy product already.

These movie questions pair with The Truman Show to give students the opportunity to think about some big ideas in philosophy. This is not a movie recall guide. These questions were designed for use in high school IB Philosophy, but they work well for any high school philosophy class. The questions are long answer and some students' answers will vary based upon their own experiences. Students must be familiar with Plato's Allegory of the Cave in order to complete this assignment.

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Teaching Duration
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