Here is a fun way to get your group to bond with each other near the beginning of the session. In small groups, students are given the traits of a fictitious character and they have a limited time to come up with a name upon which they can all agree! Contributed by Lindsay Price, guest author on Drama Notebook!
Example of character traits:
The personification of a babbling brook. Never standing still, always smiling, and always making you smile. Eyes flash, feet dancing, hair flying. A voice that bubbles with song and laughter. Not the brightest bulb but it doesn’t matter. Who cares when you’re that happy?
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