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directions must follow his or her partner’s directions '''exactly''' as they are stated, acting as if this
 
directions must follow his or her partner’s directions '''exactly''' as they are stated, acting as if this
 
is a completely new concept. For example, if a participant asks his or her partner to make a
 
is a completely new concept. For example, if a participant asks his or her partner to make a
loop with the right show lace, the partner can respond by stating that he or she does not
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loop with the right shoe lace, the partner can respond by stating that he or she does not
 
know how to make a loop or by making a loop that is inappropriately sized. This activity
 
know how to make a loop or by making a loop that is inappropriately sized. This activity
 
reminds participants that people, especially children, require specific directions and
 
reminds participants that people, especially children, require specific directions and

Revision as of 00:31, 6 October 2008

Shoe Tie

Objectives

Icebreakers/Warmups | Communication |

Group Size

Small Medium

Materials

Shoes with Laces

Set Up

Directions

Have the group split into pairs. One person in the pair will give directions and the other will follow. Each pair should have one pair of shoes with laces. The individual giving directions is responsible for teaching his or her partner how to tie a bow. The individual receiving directions must follow his or her partner’s directions exactly as they are stated, acting as if this is a completely new concept. For example, if a participant asks his or her partner to make a loop with the right shoe lace, the partner can respond by stating that he or she does not know how to make a loop or by making a loop that is inappropriately sized. This activity reminds participants that people, especially children, require specific directions and guidelines in order to be successful.

Debrief Questions