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bulletThought-Provoking Dramatization 
bullet Patrol Teams
bulletPreparation in PLC recommended 
bullet Equipment optional

The Patrols go to their corners and discuss this question - which of the twelve points of the Scout Law is the most difficult to observe? As soon as they reach a majority decision they prepare to dramatize it, and when all Patrols are ready the Troop is assembled. After each dramatization Scouts guess what point was portrayed, members of each Patrol huddling together to talk in whispers.

Tips

Decide at the PLC meeting how the dramatizations will be conducted. Shall pure pantomime be the rule, that is, neither properties nor spoken words? Shall all members participate?

Give the Scouts something serious to think about before they go to their Patrol corners. Tell them to think of home, school, playground, Troop meeting, etc.

If you conduct similar dramatizations the second time, be very specific. Ask the Scouts to portray the point of the Law that is most difficult to obey in the Troop meeting room.

Make your closing remarks brief - no preaching.

To drive home the points of the Scout Law, use the one most frequently dramatized as the password for the next meeting.

 

 

 

   

 

 


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