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Week 39 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. Think back to when you were 10 years old. How did you answer when someone asked you what you wanted to be when you grow up? Considering that answer today, how realistic was it? Explain. 2. How about another question? At this point, […]

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Week 38 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. What do you know about your family’s roots? Try to sketch out a quick family tree for yourself. What steps are you taking to pass that knowledge on to the branches of your family tree that come after you? 2. What are some […]

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Week 37 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. What are some of your favorite books, plays, films, or TV shows based on courtroom dramas? Why does that sort of story appeal to many?  2. With what character in such a drama do you most identify: the judge? the defendant? the prosecutor? […]

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Week 36 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. What makes you the real you? Give at least three responses to that question. Which of your responses defines yourself by your relationship with someone else?  2. When would you prefer to remain neutral rather than take a side? In what situations have […]

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Week 35 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. Following the 2016 presidential campaign, unsuccessful candidate Hillary Clinton released a book entitled What Happened. Why can examining a personal failure be a helpful exercise? 2. Consider a personal crisis of your own (loss of a job, financial difficulty, etc.). What did you […]