Take a stand! : classroom activities that explore philosophical arguments that matter to teens / Sharon Kaye.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Crawford County Library-Recklein Memorial-Cuba||YA350.15 KAY (Text)||33431000483212||New YA Non-Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781646320691
- ISBN: 1646320697
- Physical Description: 132 pages; 28 cm
- Publisher: Waco, TX : Prufrock Press Inc., 2020.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Are video games a waste of time? / Rachel C. Lee -- Is it rude to text in class? / Eric Johnston -- Should parents limit kids' screen time? / Rachel C. Lee -- Should teachers be replaced with technology? / Maria Genova -- What is the meaning of life? / Oliver Golias -- Is seeking happiness more important than making money? / Rachel C. Lee -- Are prescription drugs a true path to wellness? / OliverGolias -- Should young people be allowed to choose their own religion? / Rachel C. Lee -- What is the purpose of friendship? / Dominic Fasano and Eric Johnston -- Is it wrong to be selfish? / Tristan Hansen -- Is it wrong to eat meat? / Maria Genova -- What do people owe to the environment? / Oliver Golias -- What is gender? / Celeste Johnson -- Is monogamy necessary? / Autumn Franz -- Is pornography immoral? / Celeste Johnson -- When is a person ready to have sex? / Tommy Kegle.
""Take a Stand!" (grades 9-12) helps teens develop critical thinking skills by examining debates on issues directly relevant to their lives (that you won't find in most classroom materials)"-- Provided by publisher.
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