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22. Module 3, part 3 continued.

Question 

Your students will now create philosophical questions using the themes they have identified.  Philosophical questions should be questions that have no right or wrong answer and be something that the class could talk about for a good amount of time. Using the themes identified by yourself and the students, there will now be time for question creation. These questions could be debated by the class to shape their decision-making. 

Exercise:
Come up with 1 or 2 philosophical questions yourself. You can keep these to have in reserve or use as examples to help your students.  

Exercise:
Think about how you will explain creating philosophical questions to your students. Write down a few notes.