DO NOW<br />Imagine you are a tv talk show host. Your show is about philosophy and the Stanford Prison experiment. Work with a partner to list five philosophical questions you might ask. (4 minutes)<br />
Today<br />We are working to prepare for the Oprah Winfrey show, which we will “play” during our next class. <br />Roles:<br /><ul><li>Philosophy expert
Audience member</li></li></ul><li>DO NOW<br />Write your questions from the DO NOW on the board.<br />
DO NOW<br />With a partner, chose three of the questions on the board and write an answer as if you were an expert on a talk show. Use philosophical language. Support your answers. (9 minutes.)<br />
DO NOW<br />SPEED ROUND<br />Write down as many questions as you can think of that an audience might ask Philip Zimbardo about his Stanford Prison Experiment. (90 seconds) Winner gets a prize.<br />
DO NOW<br />With two partners, chose one of the questions you answered in the last DO NOW to write a dialogue about. <br />You can be a talk show host, a guest, a prisoner, a guard, etc… Have each person speak at least three times. Use philosophical language. <br />We will perform these when you are done writing them. (10 minutes)<br />
DO NOW<br />Count off by threes. <br />Mrs. Robin will bring each group their task. You will have eight minutes to complete your task.<br />
DO NOW<br />Group 1: Support the idea that the prisoners were not free in the metaphysical sense.<br />Write your answers on a small slip of paper. <br />
DO NOW<br />Group 2: Support the idea that the prisoners were free in the metaphysical sense. Write your answers on a small slip of paper.<br />
DO NOW<br />Group 3: Define these terms: free will, free action, determinism, incompatibilism, compatibilism, action theory (or agency theory)<br />Write your answers on a small slip of paper.<br />
DO NOW<br />Give your papers to Mrs. Robin. <br />Sorting activity using the board. <br />
DO NOW<br />Skim article. Take notes. Answer questions if you have time.<br />
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