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  • n this upper elementary-level lesson, students explore the meaning of altruism and the bonds that are created when people take care of each other.

  • In this upper elementary-level lesson, students explore the meaning of altruism and the bonds that are created when people take care of each other.

  • Students consider the question of whether the War on Terrorism is a justifiable and appropriate response to recent tragic events.

  • Students consider the question of whether the War on Terrorism is a justifiable and appropriate response to recent tragic events.

  • Students consider the question of whether the War on Terrorism is a justifiable and appropriate response to recent tragic events.

  • Students will explore the controversy surrounding religion in the public schools by conducting research and examining different points of view.

  • Students will explore the controversy surrounding religion in the public schools by conducting research and examining different points of view.

  • Students will explore the controversy surrounding religion in the public schools by conducting research and examining different points of view.

  • The lesson exposes students to a number of different viewpoints from religious leaders and communities, and to some of the main arguments in support of and in opposition to the death penalty.

  • In this lesson, students will have an opportunity to explore the controversy surrounding capital punishment by reviewing and discussing a number of Religion and Ethics resources, as well as other sources of information.

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