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Study Guide Questions

1.     Which of the three alternatives do you consider to be the best?
2.     Which of the three alternatives requires the most courage? The least courage?
3.     Which of the three alternatives requires the most courage? The least courage?
4.     What other alternative endings are possible for this situation?
5.     Have you ever felt discriminated against because of your race or heritage? How did it make you feel? Why do you think the person who discriminated against you treated you that way? What do you think that person was feeling?
6.     Have you ever discriminated against someone because of his or her race or heritage? Why did you act that way? How do you think the person felt afterwards? How did you feel afterwards?
7.     When was the last time that you agreed to "go along with" your friends, even though you didn't agree with their course of action?
8.     Have you ever lost a friend because you couldn't agree on what was the best course of action in a specific instance?
9.     What was the cause of the last argument that you had with a friend? How did you resolve the problem?
10.     What do you think the key ingredients are for you in determining how to solve the dilemmas in your own life?
11.     Are all problems dilemmas, with a variety of possible choices, or are there definite right and wrong choices in some situations?
12.     What are some of the tough choices facing you right now? What options are you considering?
13.     Who is a good person to ask for advice when you are faced with a dilemma? Or should you try to solve the problem by yourself?
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