From small pieces for a few people to large-scale skits that involve an entire class, this guidebook helps educators engage with kids and helps them engage with each other. Rather than using line-by-line dialogue, the skits are designed as improvisational scenarios that give a starting point and let kids decide where to go, enhancing their creativity, self-reliance, and analytical skills. Each skit is designed to be as easy to prepare as possible and includes an estimated time, ways to modify the skit for various age groups, and a list of follow-up questions designed to reinforce the lessons learned. Also included is information on how to facilitate skits, get kids motivated and energized, and build trust. The skits are divided into categories that include imagination, teamwork, communication skills, motivation and leadership, peer pressure and integrity, and conflict resolution.
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