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1984 Rotation Stations. 1.) You will be given a number (1-10). 2.) Go to your home station. 3.) Read the statement. Decide if you AGREE or DISAGREE . Write down a quick justification for your answer. 4.) Repeat the process until you visit ALL 10 stations. Return to your seats.

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1984 rotation stations

1984 Rotation Stations

1.) You will be given a number (1-10).

2.) Go to your home station.

3.) Read the statement. Decide if you AGREE or DISAGREE. Write down a quick justification for your answer.

4.) Repeat the process until you visit ALL 10 stations. Return to your seats.

5.) Rank your top 2 stations and be ready to discuss.


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Allegory

A form of extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and actions in a narrative are equated with the meanings that lie outside the narrative itself.

The underlying meaning has moral, social, religious, or political significance.


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1984 rotation stations

Working with a partner, choose FOUR of the questions below to answer…TWO from the left column& TWO from the right column!

  • What does the cave represent in this extended metaphor?

  • What is the significance of the shadows? What might they represent in our own world?

  • What is the significance of the puppet masters? Who might they represent in our own world?

  • What is reality? Who creates it? Can reality be controlled, altered, undone? How and why?

  • What does it mean to be enlightened?

  • What is the task of the enlightened? Why?


1984 rotation stations

"There will be no end to the troubles of the state or indeed of humanity itself until philosophers become kings or until those we now call kings really and truly become philosophers." In your own words, what is the “lesson” of this quote?Do you agree? Why or why not?


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