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More If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do?
Sandra McLeod Humphrey
by Tandem Library
Written in English
|Contributions||Brian Strassburg (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
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This is a sequel to If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do. and is an interactive book about moral choices for children There are 26 stories about moral dilemmas and the reader is asked what he or she would do in that situation.
Each story is also followed by thought questions which stimulate great discussions/5. Following on the popularity of her first book, If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do. children's author and psychologist Sandra McLeod Humphrey continues her series on kids making tough moral choices in a complex world.
This new interactive book encourages parents and teachers to talk to children about their values and helps kids formulate /5(8). Sandra McLeod Humphrey () a former clinical psychologist, was a writer and a consultant for the Heroes & Dreams Foundation, which provides character education materials to grades K–8 throughout North was the author of three highly praised books called Hot Issues, Cool Choices; If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do.
and Pages: If you could become three times bigger or fifty times smaller at will, which do you think you would spend more time as, big you or small you. Why. If you could choose any vehicle to drive around for a couple of hours, which vehicle would you choose.
If you had a pen with magical ink inside, what would happen when you wrote. More If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do. is basically the same as the first book with more scenarios.
Each situation is about 3 pages in length plus a picture and about 5 questions at the end. There are 26 different ones in total. The "Contents" page is nice because it not only lists the 26 situations, it also highlights the themes of each.
If you had a sock stuffed in your mouth, do you think you could get it out without using your hands or feet. If you had to choose between friendship or a relationship which one would you choose?If you could “steal” 20 years of extra life by letting a stranger die, would you do it.
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puts ordinary people on the spot. From bullying to abuse, racial attacks and public. First I’d put it in my bank account I have for paying taxes, wish death on the IRS. When I get over my self pity about so much of that beautiful money going to THEM, I’d report it to the people who do my taxes to get any tax hassels done right and.
If you were stranded on a desert island and could only bring 3 things, what would you choose to bring and why. If you had a time machine that allowed you to visit any time period in the past, which period would you visit. If you had a time machine that could travel backward or forward in time, would you rather go to the past or future.
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[Sandra McLeod Humphrey; Brian Strassburg] -- Presents a number of scenarios involving ethical dilemmas and asks the reader to decide what to do.
If you had 25 hours a day, how would you use your extra time. If you could commit any crime and get away with it what would you choose and why.
How would you spend a million dollars. How about a billion. If you could be any supernatural creature, what would you be and why. If you could change places with anyone in the world, who would it be and. What food do you crave more than any other.
What skill do you wish you had. What personality trait do you wish you could automatically adopt. What job could you never imagine doing. If you were a bagel, what type of bagel would you be. What song lyric best mirrors your life motto. Which pop artist do you secretly wish.
Wait there. I am going to get one more hour every day:) that would be amazing. I won't spend it in reading, browsing quora, tweeter, WhatsApp and all that shit. I won't waste this in applying make-up and all shit on my body and face.
I won't even. If you had to choose between love and no money or money and no love for the rest of your life, which would you choose. If you had to choose, would you give up your sight or your hearing.
If you received lottery tickets as a gift at the office party, and you won $30, would you share the winnings with the person that gave you the gift.
We appreciate this exchange as one that delves further into English grammar’s more-complex components. In a sentence such as “If I had known that you were going to the movies, [then] I would have gone too,” we are looking at the past unreal conditional mood, which is used to describe imaginary situations in the past.
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My mom probably gave him the “That’s nice, dear,” treatment while I’m sure I was distracted by a bowl of Cheerios or something. But for fifteen years, this purpose informed all of my brother’s life decisions: what he studied in. A great reading habit begins with the books you choose.
Nothing matters as much as that. Even if you’d describe yourself as a bad reader, you’ve surely had the experience of adoring a book so.