Decision-Making 101 - Making Smart Choices
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Module Two - Decision-Making, Choices and Juxtaposition
How do choices drive original thought?

If you could pick one of these cities in China to live and work in for two years, which would be your first choice?

  • Beijing
  • Shanghai
  • Hong Kong
  • Guangzhou
  • Shenzhen
  • Chengdu

    More examples of choices below these pictures of Hong Kong . . .

Examples of Choices

  1. Was Robert Browning a better poet than his wife Elizabeth?
  2. Which of these breakfast cereals would be the least healthy?
  3. Which ship captain would you pick to join on an expedition?
  • James Cook
  • Matthew Flinders
  • William Bligh

Work with your partner to make a list of ten choices that relate to history and then ten choices that relate to the following social issues:

acid rain

global warming

urban decay

violent crime

drunken driving


traffic congestion

water pollution

declining fish harvests

endangered species


government corruption

health care costs


teen pregnancy

racial conflict


illegal immigration



voter apathy

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