Student 3 Response - Section 3: Am I an Athenian or a Visigoth? Composing an Honest Reflection

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"My Graduation Speech": Metaphorically Speaking, Are You an Athenian or a Visigoth

Unit 14: Endings Leading to New Beginnings: The Last Three Days of School
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Objective: SWBAT evaluate their life choices to align themselves with the Athenians or the Visigoths

Big Idea: "The Athenians and the Visigoths still survive, and they do so through us and the ways in which we conduct our lives." --Neil Postman

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