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Vijith Vijay
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Apr 30, 2022
In Saturday School
We reviewed some of the speeches today from last week's task. This week we will do the same but work on improving our speech. TASK: In your own words, prepare a speech that defines and describes the different types of inequalities you can think of. THIS TIME - refine your speech by doing some online research on inequality. Also, look at youtube videos on how to speak publicly and how to convey your message effectively. Here are a couple of videos on presentation skills - check it out!
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Vijith Vijay
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Apr 24, 2022
In Saturday School
We spoke about the different types of inequalities in the world. TASK: In your own words, prepare a speech that defines and describes the different types of inequalities you can think of. Here at the video link below you can find some tips on how to write a good speech, do your research before you write one: If you are unable to post your speech to the comments, you can take a picture of a written one or bring it to the next Saturday School session. Good luck!
23 April 2022 - Define Inequality content media
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Vijith Vijay
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Mar 27, 2022
In Saturday School
Today we discussed the story of the Chinese emperor in search of the next heir to his throne: Questions: What was he looking for in the next King to be? What was special about the young boy's honesty? Would you be honest if it gets you in trouble? Post your answers in the comments below: (Feel to comment at each other's answers respectfully)
26 March 2022 - The Chinese Emperor content media
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Vijith Vijay
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Mar 22, 2022
In Saturday School
Today we learnt about three kinds of people. Some are like potatoes, some are like eggs, and some are like coffee beans! Questions: 1. What does a coffee bean personality mean? 2. How can you be like a coffee bean? What would you do? Answer in the comments. (You can respond to other answers in the comments too)
19th March 2022 - The Coffee Bean content media
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Vijith Vijay
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Mar 09, 2022
In Saturday School
We discussed how Superman and Clark Kent are different today, and how that helps us understand our moral compass. The questions from today's session are: What makes Superman different from Clark Kent? What makes human beings different from other animals? Post your answers in the comments below.
5th March 2022 - The Moral Compass content media
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Vijith Vijay
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Feb 14, 2022
In Saturday School
We discussed the story of Hodja and the inequality in the world. Answer the following two questions by posting your comments in the thread: In your opinion, what are the inequalities in the world? How can you reduce these inequalities?
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Vijith Vijay
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Nov 14, 2021
In Saturday School
We discussed in the class the story of Buddha and the merchant. The story signified the importance of humility. Humility is the quality of not thinking of one's own self as superior to others. Arrogance on the other hand is the opposite of humility. An arrogant person views others as lower or inferior to themselves. The task for today is to answer this dilemma. Click on the link below and fill in your answers. Click here -> Dilemma Question Feel free to post your views below by commenting. Cheerios!
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Vijith Vijay
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Nov 06, 2021
In Saturday School
Today we discussed what the moral compass means. We also discussed through the story of Abuelo's shoe shop that we can make bad choices. But it's important to fix them early so that they don't end up like the hole in Abuelo's shoe. Today's question is: What is the moral compass? (Post below in your own words) You will need to create an account by clicking on 'Log In' at the top right-hand corner of this page. Once you create an account and log in, you should be able to publish your comments below.
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Vijith Vijay
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Oct 28, 2021
In Saturday School
We discussed a few stories where repelling bad with good led to some interesting results. We also decided that we will use a template for repelling bad with good in our own daily lives. So, the question for you, as students, is to write on a piece of paper the answer to the following question: How will you repel bad with good in your own life (at school, home or neighborhood)? Give examples. You then have to bring your answers on the paper to the next Saturday School session. Let's see whose answers make it to our social media shout outs! (Feel free to post your views on this forum)
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