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The Emperor’s New Clothes

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Would you speak up if you saw something completely ridiculous? Or would you keep your doubts to yourself? Using Hans Christian Andersen’s fable “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, this lesson examines the importance of thinking for oneself, even if everyone else disagrees. Using this FIRE lesson, students will gain a better understanding of the potential pitfalls of conformity, compliance, and obedience while fostering their self-confidence.

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