A lack of protest can confirm the perpetrators' faith in what they are doing.
You might ask students to identify a dilemma someone may face in the world around them and then analyse it in terms of the EMOTIONS & PERCEPTIONS and the CONDITIONS that they think might affect the behaviour of the people involved.
3. Close: Internal and external forces (5 minutes)
Conclude by having students make four lists:
EMOTIONS & PERCEPTIONS
1 that influence Wendy's decisions 2 that influence the guard's behaviour
(time limits, differences in power, location)
3 that influence Wendy's decisions 4 that influence the guard's behaviour
By talking about these aspects of the dilemma, students will come to see how personal points of view and external circumstances affect a person's efforts to meet the needs of others.