Students regularly come across moral dilemmas, but sometimes don't have the tool kit to solve problems effectively. I created 8 scenes that groups can act out, discuss, and write out possible ways to approach the problems morally and create the best outcome possible. Its a great cross section of problem solving, critical thinking, and moral development.
I specify that students should not be aiming to entertain each other in these skits or sketches, but actually try and discern the meaning and relative importance of each scene. Setting that expectation helps a lot, and you may be surprised by the dialogue and constructive class community effort that can be achieved with this resource.
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