Session 4, Week 2, Year 2
The Eagles will need to ask themselves a lot of questions and make important decisions as they create their game, including:
They will work in teams to improve their communication and cooperative skills. At the end of quest, the Eagles decide the amount of points each person should receive based on their effort.
The Eagle's questions this week were:
Their challenge is to write formal letters using the guidelines they found in their research.
Process Drama fuses imagination, improvisation and community. Character traits come to life and become habits through imagination, action and adventure.
The best leader for an Eagle is another Eagle. The best leaders are usually fellow travelers, ideally in the same Studio and elected by peers. They are closest to the problem and care the most.Accountability partners are an Eagle’s first line of defense. Accountability partners fill the basic peer-to-peer roles in the Studio, including:
Civilization discussions place the learners in the shoes of a historical figure facing a difficult dilemma; equipping them with the tools, hard questions and lessons that come from studying the lives of heroes, history, geography, economics and philosophy; while exposing them to the collective memory of the human race.Eagles will: