by Noam Dolgin and Becca Weaver
Ages 12 and up
It is helpful to put each dilemma on a card.
1) Break the participants into groups of 3-5 and hand each group a card. They should:
a) Read and discuss the dilemma.
b) Figure out what ecological and Jewish issues are involved.
c) Come up with a solution, or choose an answer to the dilemma. (the group does not have to agree)
4) Depensing on time, rotate cards so that each groups gets to discuss a number of the dilemmas
5) After the final card, have each group present their final dilemma and explain their discussion & decisions.
Materials developed by Noam Dolgin and Becca Weaver
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