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S-PLAY

Issues at Work

Build a model of an issue you are having at work (5 minutes)

Explain to the group how the model represents this issue.

 

Build a model which represents your Monday morning (5 minutes)

Explain to the group how the model represents this issue.

Summary and Guidelines

These last two tasks represent the highest level of abstraction. In these tasks participants are encouraged to build models of concepts rather than physical models.

As in the previous exercise, you might like to encourage participants to describe each other’s models. However, try to keep this switching to just one task in each warm up session.

The tasks above comprise the warm up activities. They are examples of activities which are important in developing building and storytelling skills in the participants. In general, just one task from each section will suffice. When you are familiar with these tasks, you might wish to create your own versions which develop the same skills and familiarity.

E-demonstrator

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