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Choice Book EdCafes : Fahrenheit 451 : Things Fall Apart : Beowulf
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Tuesday, November 27Map AreaBack AreaPin BoardWhite BoardProjectorCENTER SPOT
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Session 1What would first steps of the book people's society?(Sam M)How does individuality affect society? (Kaleigh)Beowulf and the dragon (Emily)If the book people have a successful civilization, will they maintain the lessons and why? (Olivia)How does conformity and apathy run society? (Lauren W.)Why did it take this long for a revolution to happen? Why is Montag the first, or is he? (Maggie_
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Session 1 Take AwayTry and find other cities and try to start own civilization - shows connection to humanityWhen Montag and the book people wandered off to restart civilization, the individuality is what keeps society workingA hero can never maintain their heroism - doesn't matter how they dieIf the book people were successful, they'd maintain their belief in booksConformity forces you to do things that you don't realize at the time! Faber - those who don't build must burn, it's as old as history and juvinile delinquints
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Session 2Does the fall of society start with an individual or a group? (Alyssa)Montag starts questioning his job, where does that questioning end? (Sarah)Montag is different from the other firemen - how, why, what implications? (Evan)How did society fall apart at the end of both books, and what (if anything) is being rebuilt? (Dan)How do your past expereinces shape your personality? (Lauren H)
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Session 2 Take AwayFall of society starts with an indiviual but also incorporates a chain reactionMontag knows but can't understand others brainwashingWas Montag different from the start or did he just see past what the other firemen saw?Both societies were destroyed for the betterChildren's personaliities are easier to shape when put in the same situation
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Session 3 What makes a 'perfect' hero? (Chayce)What is the purpose of a dystopian society? (Leo)Without order, society falls apart.(Chad)Can powerful and inspiring thoughts strike fear into those who are in power? (Mike)How / why does physical power and strength bring people respect? (Ashley D.)
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Session 3 Take AwayBeowulf is a great hero - his confidence encourages otehr people to gain hope and strength - mental and physical strengthTo maintain the power by making everyone uneducated and fearfulOrder is destroyed in both of the books - in LotF it's Roger, So no one can get ideas abotu possibly overthrowing government etc
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