This is a power point to get students thinking about choices and how to make the right or wrong choices. There are ten scenarios presented and the students will break off in teams to discuss the correct choice and reason why
• Ask each group/team to study the role-play scenario on the card they have chosen. Students will choose among themselves who will play which role and will practice acting out the scenario. As each group/team practices their role-plays, team members should decide what they think the best choice is. At the conclusion of their practice, the students should be prepared to explain why they made their choice and should be ready to defend their decision (e.g., Why were other choices not made?).
• Select one of the groups to start by presenting their role-play to the class “center-stage” (with the remaining groups to follow on other days of the week).
• After the scenario is presented, ask the group to explain why they made the choice they selected. Discuss with the class whether or not the presenting group considered the following: the consequences of their choice, the opinions of others, the feelings of others, the risks of their choice, what and who were affected by the choice.