In "Riddle and Mystery," a Tapestry of Faith program
Participants present a WCUU segment involving five On-Air People—Anchor, NUUs Analyst, Dr. UU Scientist, Science Assistant and Competitor—and a Studio Crew which might include a director, a floor director, a camera operator, a sound engineer, a lighting director, a script supervisor and multiple production assistants.
Assign roles, using volunteers for On-Air People and Studio Crew. You might invite the Kid for the Day to be the Anchor or Dr. UU Scientist.
Give participants who need to follow the script a moment to look it over. Review it with them if you have participants with limited reading skills.
Tell the group when the show should end to keep the session on schedule; assign a Studio Crew member (director or floor director) to watch the time.
Begin the broadcast.
At the end of the broadcast, ask participants how it went. Ask them to summarize how typical Unitarian Universalists respond to today's Big Question: "How did life begin?" Do they think non-UUs would understand Unitarian Universalism better after seeing the WCUU broadcast?
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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