Culture of Life Studies
Giving with a Happy Heart: Teaching the Culture of Life in Charles Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol' (Printed Version)
In this printed lesson, students examine Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol under a pro-life lens to find themes that support the culture of life and reinforce the principle that all human beings are sacred, unrepeatable, and deserving of respect. Students learn what it takes to reach out to the “Scrooges” in daily life and come to understand how they need to treat each person with dignity, regardless of how they are treated in return.
- Discussion guide for Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
- Lecture notes about the culture of life themes in the story
- Reinforcement activity
- Bonus digital download of the lesson
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