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Learning Activity 3: Presenting the plays

  • Each group presents their play to the rest of the class.

  • Use the assessment rubrics provided to evaluate one another’s plays.

Learning Activity 4: Valuing others

  • Having watched the plays, discuss the different solutions to the problem of homelessness (e.g. are they just, democratic, feasible, creative?).

  • Hold a class discussion on the attitudes expressed in the plays towards homeless people.

  • Share how you would like to be treated if you were in that position. Summarise and display these statements in the classroom.

  • Relate this discussion to the Bill of Rights in South Africa’s Constitution.

  • You could extend this discussion to consider whether or not animals and plants in the City also have rights to their natural homes.

Assessment Rubric

Assessment tasks and tools

  • Educator and learners assess

plays using a rubric.

Assessment tasks and tools

  • Class summary of statements on attitudes and actions towards others.

Watch the one-act plays presented by your peers. Evaluate the plays and share your feelings during a feedback session. Title of Play: Actors: Assessor(s):

Criteria The play represents the problem of homelessness in a sensitive way The play suggests a solution to the problem of homelessness The play is well structured (clear plot; well paced; has a climax; resolution)

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The actors represent their characters well The play speaks to our emotions

Overall assessment

1 unsatisfactory, 2 satisfactory, 3 good, 4 excellent

General comments

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