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 taking a test in a subject you do not understand very well. The best student in the school is sitting next to you and you can see her/his answers. What do you do?
- Your friends are planning to play a nasty trick on your substitute teacher. They say the teacher is stupid, ugly, and mean. You like the teacher, who is a friend of your family's. You have fun when the teacher visits you at home. What do you do?
- There wasn't any school today. Somebody called in a bomb threat. You think you know the kid who did it. The kid is a friend of yours. What do you do?
- There wasn't any school today. Somebody called in a bomb threat. You think you know the kid who did it, and you have never liked the kid. What do you do?
- You have a small and close group of friends at school. The group is making fun of a new kid in the school. The new kid lives near you. Your families got together last weekend and you liked each other. What do you do?
- The art teacher in your class is not very good. She cannot control the class. When she goes into the supply closet, one of other kids shuts the door. Another one locks it. The teacher cannot get out. What do you do?