29 Oct

Fun, working with communication

Tell one player to go outside. Tell the rest of the players to select a place in the room and that they are supposed to clap louder as the person enters from the outside and gets closer to the spot and lower as she moves away from it. It is important to tell the players that they should try to gradually increase and decrease the sound level.

When you have instructed the inside players, you can let the outside player to come in and the exercise begins.

The exercise ends when the player who were outside goes to the right place (and optionally performs the right action).

If you want to make the exercise more complicated you can add an action for the person to do.

Another (less pleasant) variation it telling the players to “help” by shouting at the person trying to find the spot, shouting louder as she moves further away from it.


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