- The facilitator starts the activity by asking participants to sit in groups. The groups should be formed by people working in the same team.
- The facilitator asks participants to choose the musical instrument that best describes their team members. Participants must choose one instrument for each team member.
- The facilitator asks participants to, in groups, share their choices in group, and explain why they chose each specific instrument for each team member.
- The facilitator must have an active role at the beginning of the activity, by introducing its goal and rules.
- If participants find it difficult to think of musical instruments, the facilitator should provide examples (e.g. drum, bell, violin, flute, piano, cello, guitar, harp, harmonica, trumpet).
- To allow a deeper level of feedback, this activity should only be done in small groups and not shared with the larger group of participants.
- At the end of the activity, the facilitator must bring the whole group back together and give space to any participant that wants to share what they liked most and least, as well as what they learn and become more aware of after this experience.
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