Sunday, April 5, 2009

The Katitawa Players Put On their Third Skit....When the bus is full.

On Friday we continued out series of skits put on by the volunteers bring to life our new code in an entertaining way. Scene One: All of the seats are taken on a local bus, and an old man gets on and there is no seat. Finally one of the passengers gets up and gives him a seat. He is followed by a mother with a baby in her arms followed by a pregnant women. Each in turn is given a seat.

At the end of this act, Luis discusses this with the class and even takes it further to include behaviour in the dining room when the larger ones crowd in front of the smaller children.

Scene Two: A woman walks by and falls dropping her purse. Of course some thought the one of the crowd was going to pick it up and run, but instead they helped her up and gave her her purse.
 
When the skit was finished, Luis had the some of the class take the stage. The bus was full and here was a blind man, played by Santiago and he had traveled the length until Alex, (the driver), stopped the bus and brought another chair and put it next to him so that he could sit down.

 

 
 
The kids had several different scenarios that included even the smaller children. It showed that they understood completely the lesson

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