Questions to consider: Can someone’s character become vitiated?—if so, how? If you were to eat vitiated food, what would you do? Why do you think vitiated foods smell worse than fresh foods? College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards—Language Standard 6 Acquire and use accurately a range of general
Questions to consider: What makes you feel saturnine, and why? When you or a friend is feeling saturnine, what do you do to cheer them up? If it were impossible to be saturnine, how would the world be different? Who was Saturn?—Check out this clip: https://study.com/academy/lesson/the-roman-god-saturn-facts-lesson-quiz.html College and Career
Questions to consider Which volant creatures are your favorite and why? If you were volant, what would you do, where would you go, and why? Will cars ever be volant? If so, how do you think this will change society? College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards—Language Standard 6 Acquire
Questions to consider: What are some items that are naturally ossified? If you were to ossify for a million years, and then soften again, how do you think the world would look? Ever wonder how your bones became ossified?—check out this clip: College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards—Language
Questions to consider: What do you consider feculent? If your school were to suddenly become feculent, how much would you ask to be paid to clean it—and how would you do it? What is the most feculent place you have ever been to and why? College and
Questions to consider: Do you enjoy gelid weather? Why/why not? Would you rather live in an extremely hot environment or a gelid one? Please explain your reasons, e.g., the advantages and disadvantages of each. Have you ever heard of Absolute Zero? You won’t believe how cold it actually is.