|Sent on:||Thursday, June 20, 2013 6:32 PM|
Here's my idea... If we use Doubt: A History for our first Book Worms discussion series we should just plan on discussing the sections that interest us most. This book is packed with great discussion ideas, and it's too long to go through the whole book. For example, our first discussion could be the introduction. I've scanned it and saved it on the DT web site. You can find it here:
If you have trouble with the link, you can find it by going to the DT web site and hovering your cursor over the "More" drop-down menu. Select "Files" and "Doubt A Intro".
Check out the intro and see what you think. This is just one possibility. There are many books we could select and many ways we can do this.
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