After everyone is finished .... Hold up your bug so others in your group can see. Detect similarities and differences.
Group Discussion Discuss in group the questions: 1. Why not all the bugs look like mine? 2. What did you think of first when you were told to draw a bug? What did you see in your mind? 3. What could we have done differently so that your drawings and mine would have looked alike? 4. What would have been the advantages of allowing questions to be asked? 5. How many of you wanted questions to be asked?
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- Spring '14
- Bug, Organizational studies, Boyes, And Communication Networks