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Think, Talk, Write Directions: Copy and reflect on the QUOTATIONS. Write a short reaction to it (do you agree with it or not?)

  • 1. Excellence is not an act; it is a habit. (Aristotle)

  • 2. No system of government could be perfect. (Aristotle)

    • 3. Do not assume that something is true before it has

been proven true. (Socrates)

Think, Talk, Write Directions: Copy and reflect on the QUOTATIONS. Write a short reaction to it (do you agree with it or not?)

  • 4. Men should practice moderation in all things,

nothing in excess (even when enjoyable). (Pericles)

  • 5. A man who takes no interest in public affairs is not a

harmless man but a useless man. (Pericles)

  • 6. I would not escape even if I could. It would be wrong

not to obey the laws of Athens (he was judged guilty by

the law). (Socrates)

Directions: Analyze the scenario assigned to your group and decide which of the six (6) quotes could help solve the given problem.

GROUP 1

Your neighbors are starting to complain again. They protested against the former baranggay captain and had supported a new one to replace him.

Now, a few months after the election, they have, again found something to complain about the baranggay.

What can you tell them to pacify their hearts?

Directions: Analyze the scenario assigned to your group and decide which of the six (6) quotes could help solve the given problem.

GROUP 2

Your cell phone got lost and you reported it to your adviser.

While investigating, a classmate mentioned your best

friend’s name. She testified that your best friend had a

record of stealing last year.

How will you confront your best friend?

Directions: Analyze the scenario assigned to your group and decide which of the six (6) quotes could help solve the given problem.

GROUP 3

The Fourth Year HS students are about to compete in their third interclass competition of the year.

Your classmates, however, are not very eager to prepare for it. They say that they have been champions for the past two contests and they feel that they have nothing else to prove.

As the class president, how will you motivate them?

Directions: Analyze the scenario assigned to your group and decide which of the six (6) quotes could help solve the given problem.

GROUP 4

You were given an assignment to interview your parents about their views on certain political issues.

But when you started to ask your father, he cut you off and

told you that he doesn’t care about the government

because nothing changes anyway.

What can you say to change his mind?

Directions: Analyze the scenario assigned to your group and decide which of the six (6) quotes could help solve the given problem.

GROUP 5

Your adviser is collecting the payment for the fieldtrip. You and your classmate found out that she had accidentally

checked both of your names even if you haven’t paid yet.

Your classmate told you to let it go and use the money for the trip as pocket money instead.

How should you respond?

Directions: Analyze the scenario assigned to your group and decide which of the six (6) quotes could help solve the given problem.

GROUP 6

It is Friday and you guys are in for a long weekend. Your friends invited you to join them for a game at the computer shop.

After a few hours, your parents texts you to go home. But your best friend is trying to convince you to play on because of the long weekend of rest.

How would you respond?

CHAOS
CHAOS
CHAOS
Ouranos
Ouranos
Gaia
Gaia
Hundred Headed / Armed Monsters Cyclops Titans
Hundred Headed /
Armed Monsters
Cyclops
Titans
Cronus
Cronus
Aphrodite
Aphrodite
Rhea
Rhea
Zeus
Zeus
Invisibility Trident Lightning Bolt Helmet
Invisibility
Trident
Lightning Bolt
Helmet

Tartarus

Stronghold at Mt. Olympus
Stronghold at
Mt. Olympus
Twelve (12) Major Olympian Gods and Goddesses

Twelve

(12)

Major Olympian Gods and Goddesses

Zeus

Chief among the Gods

Ruler of the Sky, Cloud Gatherer, Rain God

Aegis, Eagle and the Oak

Thunderbolt

Zeus Chief among the Gods Ruler of the Sky, Cloud Gatherer, Rain God Aegis, Eagle and
Poseidon Ruler of the Seas God of the Seas, Horses, Earth Shaker Bull and Horse Trident

Poseidon

Ruler of the Seas

God of the Seas, Horses, Earth Shaker

Bull and Horse

Trident

Hades

Ruler of the Underworld

King of the Dead, God of Wealth (precious metals hidden under

the earth), Iron Faced

Invisibility Helmet

Hades Ruler of the Underworld King of the Dead, God of Wealth (precious metals hidden under

Hera

Queen of the Gods,

Protector of Marriage and Married Women

Cow and Peacock,

Sacred City = Argos

Fan of Peacock Feathers, Scepter and the Diadem

Hera Queen of the Gods, Protector of Marriage and Married Women Cow and Peacock, Sacred City
Demeter Goddess of the Corn and Grains, Harvest, Gifts of the Earth Mother of the Seasons

Demeter

Goddess of the Corn

and Grains, Harvest, Gifts of the Earth

Mother of the Seasons (notably Persephone, goddess of the Spring)

Cornucopia

Hestia Goddess of the Hearth, Unity and Bonds of the Community Purest among the Virgin Goddesses
Hestia Goddess of the Hearth, Unity and Bonds of the Community Purest among the Virgin Goddesses

Hestia

Goddess of the Hearth,

Unity and Bonds of the Community

Purest among the

Virgin Goddesses

Sacred Fire

Aphrodite Goddess of Love and Beauty, Sexual and Sensual Attraction Goddess from the foam, Most beautiful

Aphrodite

Goddess of Love and Beauty, Sexual and Sensual Attraction

Goddess from the foam,

Most beautiful and golden

Dove, Sparrow, Swans

and the Myrtle

Enchanted Girdle of Charms / Desire

Apollo God of Light and Truth Master Musician, Archer God and the Healer Laurel, Dolphin and

Apollo

God of Light and Truth

Master Musician,

Archer God and the Healer

Laurel, Dolphin

and Crow

Silver Bow and Arrows, Lyre

Artemis Goddess of the Hunt Lady of the Wild Things, Forest Creatures, Protector of the Youth

Artemis

Goddess of the Hunt

Lady of the Wild

Things, Forest Creatures, Protector of the Youth

Cypress, Wild Animals, Deer

Silver Bow and

Arrows

Ares God of War and Violence Ruthless, bloodstained, incarnate curse on mortals Vulture and Dog Weapons

Ares

God of War and Violence

Ruthless, bloodstained, incarnate curse on mortals

Vulture and Dog

Weapons

Hermes

Messenger of the Gods

Master Thief, God of

Commerce and the Market, Divine Herald

Winged Cap

and Sandals, the Caduceus

Hermes Messenger of the Gods Master Thief, God of Commerce and the Market, Divine Herald Winged

Athena

Goddess of Wisdom and the Arts

Battle Goddess, Protector

of the City and Civilized

life, Patron of Handicrafts and Agriculture, Inventor

of the Bridle

Olive and the Owl

Athena Goddess of Wisdom and the Arts Battle Goddess, Protector of the City and Civilized life,

Lance, Shield (Aegis)

and Helmet

Hephaestus

God of Fire

Master Blacksmith, Lord of Volcanoes

Volcanoes,

Furnaces

Pincers and Hammers

Hephaestus God of Fire Master Blacksmith, Lord of Volcanoes Volcanoes, Furnaces Pincers and Hammers
Dionysus God of Wine Bacchanal, Freedom and Madness Vine Cup / Jar of Wine

Dionysus

God of Wine

Bacchanal, Freedom and

Madness

Vine
Vine

Cup / Jar of Wine

The Creation Of Man

Prometheus
Prometheus
Prometheus
Epimetheus and Pandora
Epimetheus and
Pandora
Pandora’s Box
Pandora’s Box
Stealing Fire
Stealing Fire
Punishment for Stealing
Punishment for
Stealing