Christina Drumm.OST28940.Chapter5Icebreakers

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Christina Drumm OST 28940 Discussion 5-Icebreakers 9/25/15 Icebreakers The icebreaker I would choose for a (pretend) meeting that would include participants from all around my campus, including professors, staff and other students is called Question Ball. In this icebreaker game, I would take a beach ball and write “ice breaker” questions all over it. I will tell the delegates that the index finger of the hand that they write with will determine the question that they will answer. We will take turns tossing the ball to the between each other. We must read the question aloud and give our answer aloud before tossing it on to the next person and so on until all have answered a question. Questions written on the beach ball may include: If you were a vegetable, what would you be and white?
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Unformatted text preview: If you could si± on a bench in a beautful woods, who would you wan± si´ng nex± you on ±he bench and why? Are you sunrise, dayligh±, ±wiligh±, or nigh±? Please explain. If you could choose one age ±o be forever, wha± age would you choose? Wha± are your ±op ±hree favori±e foods? Wha± song was las± s±uck in your head? These are jus± a few of ±he questons ±ha± could be wri³en on a beach ball. I chose ±his kind of icebreaker because i± does involve a li³le bi± of fun like a game ±o loosen up ±he partcipan±s in a s±ressed environmen±. I also liked ±his one because I would be in charge of ±he questons and ±opics ±ha± could be asked and discussed so i± can make sure for no con±roversial subjec±s ±ha± may lead ±o hur± feelings or argumen±s....
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  • Fall '15
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