In "Love Connects Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Form teams of four or five participants. Invite each team to create a rap, song, or cheer about helping others. Tell them to include some ideas about how we can overcome any obstacles which stand in the way of our calling, just as Elizabeth Blackwell did in her quest to become a doctor.
Give the teams ten minutes to come up with their idea and then ask each team to take turns presenting to the entire group. After every team has presented their rap, song, or cheer, invite group reflection with questions such as:
Some participants may feel more self-conscious than others when doing role plays or acting in a presentation before a group. Form teams that mix more reserved individuals with those who like to be the center of attention.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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