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Big Question: Can War Be Glorious?

On their face some Big Questions seem simplistic. They don’t involve big words or big concepts– that is, until you really start thinking.  High school teacher Justin Riskus constructed one of these Big Questions and used it during an exploration of the tragedy and triumph of war in his US history course. 369 more words

Why were We Created?

Sometimes you look around and think, “People!  What was God thinking!”  We’ve all been there.  People – sometimes you just want to smack ‘em!  God knows this feeling.  176 more words


Big Question: How does the government protect its people during war, yet still preserve civil liberties?

What do you get when you combine a Pearl Harbor newspaper clipping , a WWII Dr. Suess cartoon , a rap about the internment camp experience and the heartrending children’s story  293 more words

The BIG Question !?

When I don’t do anything just sitting thinking about stuff, i often think What is the purpose of our existence ?  Is there any ultimate goal which we have to attain ? 301 more words

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The Big Question with Miljana Radivojevic

Dr. Miljana Radivojevic is a post-doc researcher at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology University of Cambridge. Her specific area of interest deals with the invention and innovation of prehistoric metallurgical processes in Eurasia. 197 more words

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Answering Big Questions = Critical Thinking on Steroids

Big Questions are great tools to organize courses and units. Regardless of how we end up using them, sooner or later reality demands that students find some answers!  629 more words

The World's Fool Day - 8 November 2017

In more than 780 speeches made by the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi during his 41 months in the chair, his address to the entire nation on 8 November 2016 earned the most headlines across the world. 1,293 more words