3.4 “The Fate of the Future”


Module 1: Self-Reflection

  • Introduction to Ideas
  • Discussing ideas you disagree with
  • Personality affects your thinking
  • “The Education Vacation”

Module Two: Becoming Challenged

  • Who owns you?
  • “The Golden Rule”
  • “The Messed Up Market”

Module Three: Practicing Thinking

  • “The Miraculous Pencil”
  • “The Food Truck Fiasco”
  • “The Law”
  • “The Fate of the Future”
  • “Their Spectacular Show Business”
  • “The Search for Atlas”
  • “The Creature from Jekyll Island”
  • “The Road to Surfdom”

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Question of the Week

What inferences (conclusions) do the Tuttle Twins want you to draw?

Socratic Questions (for understanding):

What is the purpose of the story, The Fate of the Future?
What is the main problem the twins are trying to solve?
What information or evidence is provided in support of the main question?
What inferences (conclusions) do the twins want you to draw, based on the evidence?


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