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Justin Potter Jmp354 2005633 Reflection After getting split into groups we were asked to do several activities. First, we were asked to have each member of our team touch a frog, one at a time, the fastest as possible. Then we were asked to play a game that involved getting a chicken past a line without letting the instructor be able to guess who was in possession of the frog. Finally, we were asked to solve a riddle dealing with jumping over a rope. I would like to further analyze the game in which we were asked to get the chicken past the line. In this game the instructor would count to five very fast with his back turned from us in which we were allowed to move. When he stopped we must be frozen or the person who was moving is sent back behind the line. The goal was to steal the chicken, which was behind the feet of the instructor. Yet once the chicken was stolen the instructor got to guess who he thought had the chicken each round of 5 seconds. If he guessed right, the game would start over.
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