CRITICAL THINKING | INFORMATIONAL TEXT | DILEMMA ONE SHEET | DISTANCE LEARNING
CRITICAL THINKING ACTIVITIES | INFORMATIONAL TEXT | DILEMMA ONE SHEET #1
☠☠☠☠ BONUS!! THERE ARE TWO EXTRA QUESTIONS RELATED TO A PANDEMIC! ☠☠☠☠
Is cannibalism ever morally permissible?
Her Majesty The Queen v. Tom Dudley and Edwin Stephens (1884) My DILEMMAS work well as last-minute sub plans or stand-alone lessons, but they are also an excellent supplement to any class focusing on ethics, law, justice, argumentative writing, and debate.
INCLUDED IN THIS PRODUCT ARE THE FOLLOWING:
☠A ONE SHEET DILEMMA. Traditionally one sheets are single page documents that summarize a person’s accomplishments, a product, or a film. They are sometimes used to introduce new artists and/or films. They usually contain an image or two, biographical information, and taglines. I have created these DILEMMA ONE SHEETS to help students engage in critical reasoning and to introduce them to philosophy, ethics, law, and justice. They may be used as homework or class work, individual or group work, and even as seminar or debate preparation.
☠These One Sheets are 11×17. You may print them on regular size paper – the font looks quite small but is still legible – or print them on 11×17 paper. You can also project them on the overhead so the entire class can work through the One Sheet at the same time.
☠Teacher notes – these are presented in the same One Sheet format – there are two 11×17 pages – so they are equivalent to FOUR pages of notes. You could use the teacher notes as part of a overhead presentation.
☠ 15 GOOGLE SLIDES
☠ A link to the questions for students to use interactively through Classroom™ or other online programs.
☠ Instructions for students when using the interactive version.
☠ Information on Google Slides™ for teachers and students.
☠The student one sheet includes the following sub-headings:
☠WHO IS THIS CASE ABOUT?
☠QUESTIONS (10 IN TOTAL)
Feedback on my Dilemma One Sheets:
“Sub lesson that the sub and kids thoroughly enjoyed. It has inspired me to create more of my own. Thank you for this little gem.”
“So grateful for this resource!!”
“This was apparently a perfect sub lesson for my 10th grade. So sad I missed out on it with the kids! Thanks. They had a blast with this.”
“I teach an intervention class for freshman and they loved this little lesson! Very engaging.”