Have the participants form small groups and role play the following scenarios:

  • A blind person crossing the road
  • Cooking a meal for a large group
  • Clearing out a neighbor’s house that was flooded
  • Add to this list by thinking of your own scenarios

In their small groups, participants should identify all the roles involved in the scenario and assign each member a role.

After practicing a few scenarios in each group, have each group perform one of the plays in front of the group. After each act, ask:

  • 1. Why is cooperation and helping others important in this scenario?
  • 2. What would happen if we didn’t cooperate?
  • 3. How do you imagine you would feel if you were one of the people in this scenario?
  • 4. What other benefits does cooperating bring about?