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What Are You Doing

What Are You Doing
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The whole group must form a circle. One person goes to the center and pretends to do something and represent that with the body, without speaking; Another person goes to the center and ask “what are you doing?”. The person must say something completely different. Immediately that second person must pretend to do that action; This sequence is repeated with different people, always faster.

Walking Through

Walking Through
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a) Participants are invited to walk through the room listening to music. After a bit they should walk attending to the instructions they receive (feet in the mud, underwater, over coals, ice skating, full of warmth, feeling cold, in a windy day, angry, with fear, with abdominal pain, late for a meeting and distracted); Gradual compliance: walk in the room and without words people should say hello to each other with the eyes, with a gesture, touching the others with different body parts (except the common ones) and in the end with words;  Each person get a balloon. They should

Image Theatre

Image Theatre
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Self-sculpture in circle : The participants form a circle with their backs toward the center.  The trainer asks the participants to express a chosen theme in a visual form, with their bodies. When the trainer claps his/her hands, the participants turn themselves toward the center of the circle and position their bodies in a still pose, as a sculpture, to express their opinion or idea or experience of the chosen theme.  

Countdown Part 3

Countdown Part 3
(Video Demonstration)

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Activity ·  The leader presents the following scenario to the group: “Imagine you are little dots of ink on a sheet of paper and I am stuck to the ceiling and viewing you from above. Here is the top of the page (specify point the room) and here is the bottom of the page (specify point the room). I will call out a variety of numbers and letters and you, the dots of ink, should create them as a group immediately. I will give you 10 seconds for each one”. ·  Leader begins countdown with simple instructions: o  The Letter O o  The Number One (1) o  Capital Letter T o  The Number Eleven (11) ·  As the group becomes more responsive, the instructions can

Obstacle Course Part 4

Obstacle Course Part 4
(Video Demonstration)

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Activity ·  Leader divides group evenly into lines of 4 or 5, standing one behind the other, at one end of the room. The entire activity should be accompanied by appropriate background music. ·  First person at the head of each line walks/runs to the other side of the room, creates an interesting shape using their whole body and freezes. ·  Repeat with the second person in each line. They must physically connect behind the first person with a shape of their own but still create a gap/space in- between. ·  This is repeated until everyone has had an opportunity to join the line ·  When everyone has arrived, the first person begins to make their way back through the

Obstacle Course Part 3

Obstacle Course Part 3
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Activity ·  Leader divides group evenly into lines of 4 or 5, standing one behind the other, at one end of the room. The entire activity should be accompanied by appropriate background music. ·  First person at the head of each line walks/runs to the other side of the room, creates an interesting shape using their whole body and freezes. ·  Repeat with the second person in each line. They must physically connect behind the first person with a shape of their own but still create a gap/space in- between. ·  This is repeated until everyone has had an opportunity to join the line ·  When everyone has arrived, the first person begins to make their way back through the

Obstacle Course Part 1

Obstacle Course Part 1
(Video Demonstration)

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Themes: Warm Up/Ice breaker. Creativity. Communication Skills, Observational Skills, Social Awareness, Problem Solving, Trust. Activity ·  Leader divides group evenly into lines of 4 or 5, standing one behind the other, at one end of the room. The entire activity should be accompanied by appropriate background music. ·  First person at the head of each line walks/runs to the other side of the room, creates an interesting shape using their whole body and freezes. ·  Repeat with the second person in each line. They must physically connect behind the first person with a shape of their own but still create a gap/space in- between. ·  This is repeated until everyone has had an opportunity to join the line ·  When everyone has

Obstacle Course Part 5

Obstacle Course Part 5
(Video Demonstration)

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·  Leader divides group evenly into lines of 4 or 5, standing one behind the other, at one end of the room. The entire activity should be accompanied by appropriate background music. ·  First person at the head of each line walks/runs to the other side of the room, creates an interesting shape using their whole body and freezes. ·  Repeat with the second person in each line. They must physically connect behind the first person with a shape of their own but still create a gap/space in- between. ·  This is repeated until everyone has had an opportunity to join the line ·  When everyone has arrived, the first person begins to make their way back through the

Obstacle Course Part 2

Obstacle Course Part 2
(Video Demonstration)

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·  Leader divides group evenly into lines of 4 or 5, standing one behind the other, at one end of the room. The entire activity should be accompanied by appropriate background music. ·  First person at the head of each line walks/runs to the other side of the room, creates an interesting shape using their whole body and freezes. ·  Repeat with the second person in each line. They must physically connect behind the first person with a shape of their own but still create a gap/space in- between. ·  This is repeated until everyone has had an opportunity to join the line ·  When everyone has arrived, the first person begins to make their way back through the

Art Gallery

Art Gallery
(Video Demonstration)

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·  The leader divides the group into small groups of 3 or 4 and, secretly, gives each group one word which could be the title of an art work e.g. a painting, a sculpture or a photograph. Suitable words could be: o  Fear o  Tension o  Oppression o  Power o  Harmony o  Growth ·  The groups should then create a still image with their word, using physical contact and facial expressions. ·  Each group should then ‘take a tour’ of the art gallery and try to guess the title of each image. ·  Each group creates another artwork using a word of their choice and the leader/other groups should guess the title.

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