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  • 1. A Clockwork Orange November 26, 2009
  • 2. Today
    • ACWO and free will: Interview Matrix
    • Jeopardy Quotation Selection
    • Quizzes Back
  • 3. Next Few Classes
    • November 24: ACWO and language
    • November 26: ACWO and free will/choice
    • December 1: ACWO and Kubrick
    • December 3: ACWO “Modern Youth” Conference
    • December 8: Final Exam Jeopardy
    • December 10: Final Exam Jeopardy
  • 4. ACWO and Free Will
    • Major questions of the novel:
      • Better to end violence but take away free will?
      • What works better: punishment or therapy?
      • Is the goal of therapy to help the person or help society?
      • Limits to punishment?
      • Rehabilitation and choice?
  • 5. Interview Matrix
    • Ask group questions
      • Go through the four rounds: I will announce what to do.
    • Join colour groups and post on flipchart paper
  • 6. Helpful Pages for Matrix Questions
    • F. Alexander:18; 115-121; 126
    • Free will from chaplain: 63; 94
    • New penal theories: 69; 70-72
    • How the technique works: 81
    • Nadsat according to doctor: 86
    • Right and wrong : 87
    • Technique: 90; 96; 98
    • Problems with prison: 92
    • Gov’t pamphlet 124
  • 7. ACWO and Free Will: Context
    • WW II
    • Atomic Bomb
    • Stalin
    • 1984
    • A Brave New World
  • 8. Jeopardy Selections
    • Group 1: “A Good Man is Hard to Find”
    • Group 2: Hamlet Act 5
    • Group 3: “My Papa’s Waltz”
    • Group 4: “Do Not Go Gentle”
    • Group 5: “Those Winter Sundays”
    • Group 6: “Digging”
    • Group 7: “Photograph of My Father”
    • Look at your group’s text; write down three quotations.