Moses and Aaron go to talk to Pharaoh. They want to make things better but end up making things worse.
- When you try to help someone does it always work out for the good?
- Moses and Aaron tried to help the Israelite people by talking to Pharaoh. How do you think they felt when things got worse because of their effort?
- Has anyone had a bad opinion of you for something not justified? What did it feel like?
- Who do you think felt worse after the punishment for the Israelite people; Moses, Aaron, the foremen, or the Israelite people? Why?
- The foremen were upset at Moses and Aaron. What can you do if you are upset with someone to calm down?
- How do we form an opinion about someone?
- The foremen were upset with Moses and Aaron. What could they have said to them rather than shouting?
- Write a response from Moses or Aaron explaining to the foremen how they were just trying to help.
- Body language can tell a lot about a person. Explain what body language is.
- Describe the body language of the foremen as they came out from being with Pharaoh.
- Describe a time that you tried to help someone or someone tried to help you and it didn’t work out.
- Can you help everyone in the same way? Why or why not?
- Create a pamphlet giving reasons why people should stay calm when they are upset.
- Create a flyer with suggestions on how to stay calm.
- The foremen told Moses and Aaron that they gave a bad opinion of the people to Pharaoh. What gives you a bad opinion about someone?