Questions to consider for “Droll”: Do you know any droll jokes? Please share. Do you know anyone with a droll sense of humor? What makes them droll? Please explain. How would the world be different if we were to remove all the droll people and relocate them to Mars?
Questions to consider for “Tyrant”: What are some of the characteristics of a tyrant? If you were a ruler, how would you avoid becoming a tyrant yourself? Why do some rulers govern peacefully, while others govern tyrannically? How does a democratic system like ours work to try and prevent tyrants
Questions to consider for “Cherish”: What are things people cherish? What do you cherish most in the world and why? Do you think you will always cherish this item (or person)? Please explain. How do people show how much they cherish something or someone? College and Career Readiness Anchor
Questions to consider for “Confection”: What are some of your favorite confections? Why do you think children prefer confections over vegetables in many cases? What would life be like if you could no longer taste confections? How would life be different? Could this be a good thing? Please explain.
Questions to consider for “Cerebral”: What do cerebral people think about? Why do scientists need to be cerebral? Do you know any cerebral people? Why do you consider them cerebral? What do they think about and why? College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards—Language Standard 6 Acquire and use
“Let us recall that in our earlier discussion we took note of the ambivalent character of love.” Herein is Love -Reuel L. Howe Questions to consider for “Ambivalent“: List some situations or choices that might cause a person to be ambivalent. Are you ambivalent about certain things or decisions?