In "Riddle and Mystery," a Tapestry of Faith program
Meet with your co-leaders after the session. How was the mix of discussion and action? How much did youth seem to take in the Unitarian Universalist value of working for justice?
If the youth revised the process for selecting the Kid for the Day, make sure all co-leaders of future sessions know about it. You may wish to provide new Opening instructions for them.
Does the group have any behavioral issues you need to address? Note that Session 9's WIT Time activity (Activity 4) asks youth to review or create a group covenant. The Big Question for Session 9 asks, "How can I know right from wrong?" Plan to reflect on your own answers to that, if you will be leading Session 9.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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