We live in a society filled with voices shouting opinions and complaints, but lasting solutions come from first understanding the complexities of a problem. Now more than ever students (and society) will benefit from learning the skills of analysis,
How do we teach high school and college students to analyze the complexities of community problems and global issues before forming conclusions? How do we help students understand that most issues involve more than two sides?
This activity uses the
This packet is perfect for reading groups or classrooms to use as they read the memoir, When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi. The two sets of questions (Prologue & Part 1 and Part 2 & Epilogue) can be used in small or large discussion