January 2, 2016

Rabbi 101

January 2, 2016

Improvisation


Students do better when they can see or hear what they are learning. Do some impromptu plays that the students write to show some real practical ways they can become blessings to this world. The plays can be short or long, depending on the scripts the students come up with.

There doesn’t even have to be scripts, and the students can “wing it” just to mix it up a bit.

You can even pick the students, give them a situation, and then have them act out what being a blessing would look and sound like in that situation. This could be quite fun and entertaining.