A Dangerous Way lesson plans

ADW lessonplan 2014

Lesson Plan resources for A Dangerous WayFind a teaching guide at:

http://www.amazon.com/Dangerous-Way-Teaching-Guide-ebook/dp/B00U1KK0J0

http://www.amazon.com/Dangerous-Way-Teaching-Guide/dp/1508611750

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-dangerous-way-teaching-guide-s-a-gibson/1121286170?ean=9781508611752

http://www.createspace.com/5335313

Why A Dangerous Way has lessons to teach:

A. Like many fiction stories, the message is as old a human existence.

The heroes journey has been repeated in fictional and mythical accounts throughout recorded history. Ulysses, Beowulf, The old man and the sea all tell stories about how people can grow through conflict and challenge.

B. The characters and events have some elements of truth.

Eleanora is a rebellious teenager. The terrain of the Southwestern United States is a arid plain.

C. Philosophy means asking questions.

A Dangerous Way suggests readers question the way things are and the way things have to be.

ADWlessonpath2014 Sample lesson path for A Dangerous Way

Post-Apocalyptic Stories That Actually Teach Valuable Lessons
io9.com
A lot of post-apocalyptic tales look really awesome with their explosions and rotting monsters, but they don’t have a lot of philosophical depth. Here are 13 stories about armageddon that actually teach valuable lessons about the real world — and its demise.

http://io9.com/13-post-apocalyptic-stories-that-actually-teach-valuabl-509716816

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