In "Heeding the Call," a Tapestry of Faith program
Youth consider points of view—some may be different from their own and others they might share. They will indicate whether they agree, disagree or are unsure about the views.
Remind youth that part of being aware includes recognizing that there are many different ways of viewing a situation.
Read one point from Leader Resource 3, Do You Agree? and ask youth to move to a sign that best expresses their view. Ask for volunteers to explain why they stood where they did. After explanations, if youth want to change their positions, they may do so.
Continue the process with as many points as you choose.
Ask youth for general observations about the activity and how they felt sharing their opinions on the topics. Guide a whole-group discussion using some or all of the following questions:
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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