01 Apr Point of View
Your challenge is to present a skit giving two totally different points of view
Time: 7 minutes total
5 minutes to come up with two events or facts that can be seen in two totally different ways. Plan your skit to present these points of view. A good skit has a beginning, middle and an ending
2 minutes to preform your skit
The Challenge: Often people have two different points of view about an event or a fact. For example, you may say the glass is half full while someone else says it’s half empty.
No materials only your imagination
Scoring: 60 points possible
Up to 20 points for the creativity two points of view. (Up to 10 points for how creatively each point of view is presented.)
Up to 30 points for your beginning (Up to 10 points) middle (Up to 10 points) and ending (Up to 10 points)
Up to 20 points for the creativity of your performance
Up to 20 points for how creatively you solved the overall challenge
Up to 10 point for how well you worked together
After the team has finished their challenge discuss the following:
- What kind of problems did you encounter when deciding what points of view to choose?
- Did you use your time wisely?
- What could you have done differently?
- What kind of problems did you encounter when you made your skit?
- All good stories have a beginning, middle and an end. Did your story have all three parts?
- Using the same materials, repeat the challenge after the debriefed. This gives them the opportunity to apply any corrections discussed during the debrief time.