- Task cards (indicating the way of presentation: pantomime, drawing, speaking…) in a bag
- The facilitator starts the activity by dividing the students into two groups.
- The facilitator must clearly and accurately explain the goals and rules of the activity.
- A person from the group pulls a card with tasks from the bag. The card defines the way (pantomime, drawing or speaking) in which the phrase must be explained.
- When the group guesses the phrase from the card, they are given two tasks, relating to the given phrase.
- The second group is a control group, and they can either agree or disagree with the answers provided by the first group.
- If the first group correctly solves the given task, they get 2 points, and the control group gets 1, if they agree with the answers given by the other group. If the first group doesn´t solve the task correctly, but the control group does solve it correctly, the control group gets 2 points, and the first group 0.
- The game length is adapted for one school hour or less, because it is followed by a feedback activity called “In Your Shoes”, with which the moderator gets feedback about the feelings, the experience and the involvement of the participants.
- The moderator has an active role at the beginning of the activity, as they must clearly and accurately explain the goals and rules of the activity.
- The moderator must be careful to not reveal the correctness or incorrectness of the answers with their behaviour.
- The moderator must keep an eye out on the timing.
- All participants must be given the opportunity to actively participate in the game.
Created by Slovenian teachers Leonida Rožanski, Marjana Šoš and Nina Križanec Rodica
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