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The next person paraphrases what the facilitator said and asks for confirmation. Take a volunteer aside to show the picture.
Listening - In this practice session the facilitator begins by giving an example of a time when they were distracted when trying to listen to someone.
Experiential learning video
Have them close their eyes. What these diverse methods have in common is a perspective on performance as something to do, or go through; performance as a verb, rather than a noun Denzin, We forget that it is okay to listen first, take time to think of our response and then reply. Start with all participants in a circle, standing. The information is repeated in this way until all people have heard. In the upper left corner draw a big square. Now tell them to continue the circling, each person saying one word, until they have reached a consensus i. If the pig is drawn with many details, you are analytical, cautious, and distrustful. If you have a TCI subscription for your class, thumb through the table of contents to see which upcoming lessons are this strategy. The addition of playing a popular outdoor game only heightens that feeling. When the volunteer rejoins the group, tell the group and volunteer that the volunteer is going to whisper information about the picture to the person on their right. Questions are asked one at a time, with a few moments for reflection between questions.
We also talk about when it is appropriate to paraphrase, why and how. Debrief by pointing out how different or similar the structures were, what the experience was like, etc.
And have the volunteer turn their back on you when giving instructions like with the line drawings and don't ask or answer questions. At the end of 5 minutes, take a look at all or some of the words formed, depending on the time you have.
Examples of experiential learning activities for adults
As in previous work e. Ask the A's to leave the room. If the picture is facing forward towards you you are direct, enjoy playing the devil's advocate and neither fear nor avoid discussion. Ask them to decide which one of the pair is A and which is B. We did this at a hotel and the route was around the pool. The group doesn't get to see it. Ask carefully sequenced questions to help students make connections between their experience and key concepts or events. Your job is to take them by the arm like if you were leading a blind person on a little field trip. They may give you instructions and lead you by the arm but you are not to ask questions or give them any feedback whatsoever. After everyone in the group has received it, ask that it be tossed back to you. I've often discovered the most interesting and surprising things about my colleagues in this way! Response is voluntary; situate yourself as you define the term or terms. TCI embeds these lessons in all our programs. Better yet, the whole game has a purpose and puts you in the position of altering rules of the game to a particular outcome that ties into the American Revolution.
A short group facilitated practice session follows with a facilitator practicing questioning and an observer taking notes for feedback. You may give them instructions; such as, "walk forward five feet". This is also a good activity for drawing out the more reticent people in a group.
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