The evil that is in us
- What situations bring out the worst in us?
- What situation triggered bad emotions in Peter?
- Complete the diagram by analysing Peter’s emotions caused by the loss of his friend and his behavior resulting from the emotions
- What does it mean “a worse version of yourself”? Recall your own experiences that made you behave differently (worse) than you usually do.
- Does defeating the Wolf make Peter happy?
- A successful fight with the Wolf changes the attitude of Peter to the outside world, but also causes the transformation that has taken place in the boy himself. Consider the two portraits of Peter: before the fight with the Wolf and after the victory. Create two Peter’s portraits referring to the table below:
- Is the transformation that occurred in Peter after he lost his friend positive or negative, in your opinion? What does Peter lose, and what does he gain through this experience? (a topic for a group discussion or a written essay).
Responsibility and courage
- What do you associate with terms: “responsibility” and “courage”? Finish the sentence, giving the first associations that come to your mind:
When I behave responsibly, it means that ………….
Demonstration of courage means that …………
- Why does Peter liberate the Wolf?
- Why did Peter change his attitude towards the Wolf?
- What do you understand by “justice”? Do you think Piotr’s behavior towards Wolf was just?
- Picking a fight with the Wolf was not the only decision that required courage from Peter. Which his decisions also required courage?
- What does it mean for young people to be courageous in their everyday life (in relationships with relatives, with peers, with teachers, with the society)? Give examples of courageous and responsible behavior of youth in daily life.