This is a Character Education role-play appropriate for middle school students. It is based on the story called “Three outcomes for Denise.”
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- Click this link to read Sections 1-5 of Middle School lesson plan: Three Outcomes for Denise
Section 6: Act out Character Education role-play: Three outcomes for Denise
A. Students participate in scripted role-play called “Three outcomes for Denise.”
Story Description: This story demonstrates the three different outcomes to conflict: LOSE-LOSE, WIN-LOSE, and WIN-WIN. It also illustrates three character education traits: Valuing & Respecting Self, Valuing & Respecting Others, and Valuing & Respecting Authority. See if you can figure out when each happens.
- Link to that Character Education story called “Three outcomes for Denise.”
B. Teacher: We will now act out the role-play based on the last story you just heard called “Three outcomes for Denise.”
The role-play features two guy actors: A male teacher and Jason.
The role-play also features three girl actors: Denise, Rita, and Sally.
The medium-size to big-size parts are the male teacher, Denise, Rita, and Sally. Jason has the small part.
The rest of the class will take turns reading the parts of Narrator 1 and Narrator 2.
Who is interested in playing these roles? (Either pull names or accept eager student volunteers.)
C. PDF File – Print about 10 copies for students to share of this scripted Character Education role-play called “Three Outcomes for Denise.”
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