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Here are the results of the PreReading Survey that we did at the beginning of our Romeo and Juliet Unit.

Here are the results of the PreReading Survey that we did at the beginning of our Romeo and Juliet Unit.

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  • 1. How different is your life from theirs?
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    • Teenagers don’t know what true love really feels like. *
    • Your parents should approve of the people you date. *
    • You should keep secrets from your parents. *
    • You should know someone for a year before marrying them. *
    • You should marry for love only. *
    • Children should trust their parents in making choices for them. *
    • A boyfriend or girlfriend is worth killing yourself over. *
    • Boyfriends or girlfriends are more important than family. *
    • Family feuds lead to stronger family relationships. *
    • Arranged marriages make life easier. *
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    • Advising someone to marry for money *
    • Planning to trick or deceive someone *
    • Lying to parents *
    • Killing someone for revenge *
    • Marrying someone for money *
    • Killing someone by mistake while fighting with them *
    • Crashing a party *
    • Selling drugs *
    • Suicide *
    • Continuing a feud that your family has had for generations *
    • Killing someone in self-defense *
    • Marrying against parents’ wishes *
    • Picking a fight *
    • Giving the finger or another offensive gesture *
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  • 28. Please respond in detailed sentences.
    • What does each of the above situations have in common? Explain.
    • Select one of the social offenses listed above and discuss which character attributes are lacking in a person that would commit such an act.
    • What factors do you think contribute to a person participating in this offense?
    • Character Attributes
    • Respect Honesty Fairness
    • Responsibility Loyalty Self-discipline
    • Courtesy Trustworthiness Compassion
    • Integrity