"What's In Your Medicine Cabinet?" Exploring the Cultural Heritage of Our Personal Belief Systems
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Materials for Classroom Use
Brecht, Bertolt. He Who Says Yes/He Who Says No. (New York: Attorney Jerold Couture for Stefan S. Brecht, 2000).
Stern, Deborah. Teaching English So It Matters: Creating Curriculum For and With High School Students. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, Inc., 1995.
Handout Three: Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development: A Brief Outline, p. 260.
Handout Four: Moral Dilemma Scenarios, p. 261.
Scenarios and Improvisations, as suggested in this unit's section entitled, Lesson Plans and Classroom Activities.