Skits for 3rd through 8th Grade Students
These skits can be used as a classroom discussion starter for third to eighth grade students who are in the process of learning choice theory. The five performers referenced in the skits are very familiar with how choice theory is used in Glasser Quality Classrooms. By discussing these short skits, students begin to understand choice theory and the competence based classroom. Further, they will learn about the effect external control has on all our lives.
Watching these skits could also be valuable for parents of students who are starting to learn choice theory or for parents who don't know choice theory but want to find out more about it. They also might be performed at a teacher meeting for those who would like to learn more.
Skits for High School Students
These skits can be used as a classroom discussion starter for eighth to twelfth grade students who are in the process of learning choice theory.
Learning Choice Theory Through Skits
by Brad Greene