There are six Ethics Play scenarios. Scenarios stand alone from the themes of any particular session, so you may use them with any session. The roll of the dice determines which scenario you use and which question you ask. Mark questions as you use them, to avoid repetition in future sessions. See Description of Activity for further directions.
- You are planning to stay at a friend's house when your parents go away for the weekend. You find out that the friend's parents are going away, too. They think the friend is staying with you. Your friend says not to tell anybody. What do you do?
- Your older brother is an usher at a movie theater. He says he will let you and two friends sneak in free. He warns you not to get caught. What do you do?
- A friend lives near a man who beats his dog, and plans to do something about it. The friend wants your help cutting the dog loose from its rope, removing its collar, and taking it to a shelter. What do you do?
- You know that a friend got a bad grade on a test at school. You also know that the friend is telling family members and other kids that the grade was much higher. What do you do?
- You have always been friends with both Kim and Lee. Now Kim says that Lee is "stupid and queer." Kim will not be friends with any friend of Lee, and this means you. What do you do?
- You have a friend who sometimes bullies other kids, but never bullies you. Two of the other kids want you to tell the friend to stop bullying. You think if you do that you will lose the friend. What do you do?