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Videos of the week

on December 4, 2014

For today we have two really interesting videos. One is about how you would define yourself and the other one is a debate about the existance of God.

Lizzie ‘s Story presented by Patricia, Tamara, Paloma and Sergio

Questions before the video:

  1. What defines you as a person?
  2. What people support you in every moment? What do they teach you?

Questions after watching the video:

  1. What would you feel if you had this illness? How would you face it? sergio
  2. What would you do if someone uploaded a video making fun of you? Would you react as Lizzie?
  3. Have you got any goals in your life?
  4. What do you do for your self-motivation?

Here is a video your teacher want to show you so you think about this topic more. I hope you like it!

Every inch of you is perfect, from the bottom to the top!!!!

Debating the existance of God presented by Sara’s team

Questions before watching the video:

  1. Are you atheist/agnostic or believer? Why?
  2. How do you think religion influence in our life (even if we are not religious people)?

Questions after watching the video:

  1. Do you think religion can influence you when you are making friends nowadays?
  2. Do you think that things like getting married by the church or coming out like penitent are only done by people who believe in God?
  3. If you wanted to convince a believer/atheist that he/she is wrong, what would you say?
  4. Do you think that when the problems come up we usually “ask for help” to God? Why?
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