Classroom Dynamics by Jill Hadfield

By Jill Hadfield

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If someone invited me to join the crew in a Round-the-World yacht race I would . LEVEL Intermediate and above TIME One lesson MATERIALS Paper and pen for each student PREPARATION Find a suitable anecdote (see below). PROCEDURE 1 Tell the class an anecdote about an incident in your life which caused you a variety of emotions, for example, fear, anger, embarrassment, or shame. An example is given below. While you tell the anecdote do not mention at any point how you felt, but just give the bare bones of the story.

Because a goal is intrinsic to the game, students have their own purpose in talking to people, and thus do not feel that they are being coerced into talking to someone they do not really want to communicate with. 3 You are sitting facing the blackboard with a dark-haired girl on your right and a tall man on your left. Remember to write the cards from the point of view of the direction the student will be facing, not from yours at the front of the class. PROCEDURE 1 This game works best if you are in the room before the students come in, and hand out the cards as they arrive.

3 Ask this student to fall backwards towards their partner, who should be ready to catch them. 4 Then they reverse roles. 5 Divide the class into groups of about ten to fifteen. Ask the groups to stand in tight circles, facing inwards. 6 Ask one student to stand in the centre and fall backwards so that he or she is caught and supported by the other students in the circle, who should push him or her gently forwards or sideways so that others in the circle can catch and push him or her on. 7 Repeat until everyone in the class has had a turn, though if anyone really does not want to do it, you should not force them.

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