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  1. Philosophical Chairs:The American Dream: Money, Class, &Living in Excess

  2. What’s your opinion? Most people’s dreams deal with the attainment of money. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

  3. Respond to the prompt: • Concerning/In regards to____(topic)_______, I agree/disagree _____(your position)________. • My views are based on __________________ ______ (What influences your beliefs?________. • Furthermore, ________(elaborate)_________

  4. Move to the your side of the room. DISCUSS WITH SOMEONE NEAR YOU WHO SHARES YOUR OPINION!

  5. Rules Move to AGREE or DISAGREE at any point during discussion. CLEARLY CONNECT YOUR IDEAS. Rule of 3: Let 3 other people talk before you talk again. Ping Pong – Agree/Disagree Conch = Cat God STANDING ONLY! Take a binder with you to write on. No slouching over. Absolutely no sitting. While peers are discussing, actively listen.

  6. {START TALKING}Rules for Reference: Move to AGREE or DISAGREE at any point during discussion. CLEARLY CONNECT YOUR IDEAS. Rule of 3: Let 3 other people talk before you talk again. Ping Pong – Agree/Disagree Conch = Cat God STANDING ONLY! Take a binder with you to write on. No slouching over. Absolutely no sitting. While peers are discussing, actively listen.

  7. PAUSE. Jot down 3 bullets. These may be things that stood out to you during the discussion or insights gleaned.

  8. What’s your opinion? People are more immoral and shallow today than in the past. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Write a 3-4 sentence response.

  9. Move to the your side of the room. DISCUSS WITH SOMEONE NEAR YOU WHO SHARES YOUR OPINION!

  10. {START TALKING}Rules for Reference: Move to AGREE or DISAGREE at any point during discussion. CLEARLY CONNECT YOUR IDEAS. Rule of 3: Let 3 other people talk before you talk again. Ping Pong – Agree/Disagree Conch = Cat God STANDING ONLY! Take a binder with you to write on. No slouching over. Absolutely no sitting. While peers are discussing, actively listen.

  11. PAUSE. Jot down 3 bullets. These may be things that stood out to you during the discussion or insights gleaned.

  12. What’s your opinion? It is okay to do illegal things if your motives are good. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

  13. Move to the your side of the room. DISCUSS WITH SOMEONE NEAR YOU WHO SHARES YOUR OPINION!

  14. {START TALKING}Rules for Reference: Move to AGREE or DISAGREE at any point during discussion. CLEARLY CONNECT YOUR IDEAS. Rule of 3: Let 3 other people talk before you talk again. Ping Pong – Agree/Disagree Conch = Cat God STANDING ONLY! Take a binder with you to write on. No slouching over. Absolutely no sitting. While peers are discussing, actively listen.

  15. PAUSE. Jot down 3 bullets. These may be things that stood out to you during the discussion or insights gleaned.

  16. What’s your opinion? The American Dream is attainable today. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

  17. Move to the your side of the room. DISCUSS WITH SOMEONE NEAR YOU WHO SHARES YOUR OPINION!

  18. {START TALKING}Rules for Reference: Move to AGREE or DISAGREE at any point during discussion. CLEARLY CONNECT YOUR IDEAS. Rule of 3: Let 3 other people talk before you talk again. Ping Pong – Agree/Disagree Conch = Cat God STANDING ONLY! Take a binder with you to write on. No slouching over. Absolutely no sitting. While peers are discussing, actively listen.

  19. PAUSE. Jot down 3 bullets. These may be things that stood out to you during the discussion or insights gleaned.

  20. Ticket out the Door 1 Idea That is Still Circulating… 2 Ideas That Square (Agree) with my Beliefs 3 Points That Stood Out to Me Reflect on today’s discussion: