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Intro to Big Ideas

Intro to Big Ideas

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Published by Stuart Henderson

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Published by: Stuart Henderson on Aug 12, 2012
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King Lear and you...
So, being Level 3, it’s important that you’re able to
establish arguments about what the play is trying to do.One way of being able to do that is to be able to discusshow the play either challenges or reinforces your world view.So, for the rest of the session, I want to discuss/debate where you stand on some of the important issues thatthe play will concern itself with. This should hopefully help us to appreciate the universal nature of the play.
- Is there a situation where you would feel justified betraying a family member?
if it’s too emotive to think
about your own family, think about families in general.
- Society sees the child of an affair differently to how they see the child of a married couple. To what extent do youagree?-
Parent’s are owed respect by their children by right. To
 what extent do you agree?
- Power is arbitrary. Take the title of queen away fromthe queen of England and her authority suddenly means nothing. To what extent do you agree?- It is human nature to seek power. To what extent do you agree?

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