• Laurie Swigart

DO YOU SEE WHAT I SAY?

Jim Bowman


Divide into pairs. Player A will do a simple line drawing on a piece of paper. Then sitting back to back, A will give directions to B as to how the drawing should look. B may ask questions for clarifications. Compare drawings and discuss problems in communication.

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