A famous philosopher once said that what Jan says about Jill tells us more about Jan than it does about Jill. (Think about this for a minute.)
1. Consider what you chose as types. What do these choices say about you? About how you view CHS? About how you view Iowa? About how you view America?
Do your choices say more about you or more about the world(s) you live in? (This connects really well to the "perception vs. reality" theme we discussed in Hamlet
2. Many (most?) of your types were actually stereotypes. Looked at from the outside, what "type" or "types" might others stereotype you as?
3. What types did we see most repeatedly in the presentations? Why?
4. Which types would we see in most high schools and states? Were there any you think are unique to CHS or Iowa? Explain.
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