Opening Conflict Resolution Chuck Hilston 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500 Exit
Opening 100 The conflict was between these two sides What are the Animals and Birds?
Opening 200 This character was being rejected What is the Bat?
Opening 300 This is why the Animals rejected the Bat What is because he has wings?
Opening 400 This is why the Birds reject the Bat What is because he is too small?
Opening 500 He was doing the talking for the Animals What is the Bear?
Conflict100 These were used as the goalposts for the game What are two poles?
Conflict 200 They were the active players early on for the Animals side What are the Bear, Deer, and Fox?
Conflict 300 These were the active players for the birds early on What are the Crane and Hawk?
Conflict 400 This is the condition under which the Bat is allowed to join the Animals side What is he has to let the bigger animals play first?
Conflict 500 This is when it appeared the Birds were going to win What was when the Bear slipped trying to stop the Crane?
Resolution 100 He stole the ball from the Crane What is the Bat?
Resolution 200 This is the Birds penalty for losing What is leaving the land for half of each year?
Resolution 300 This is one of the Bat’s advantages What is he doesn’t need light to find his way?
Resolution 400 This is why the Bat comes flying every day at dusk Why is to see if the Animals need him to play ball?
Resolution 500 This is the song that is played at the end What is It’s a Small World After All
There's always another bend in the road.