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You will need a group size of at least 2 teams; a small lego model and an extra set of lego materials per team.
Split the group into teams of 4-6 people and give each team a set of lego materials. Place the lego model away from the team’s view but make sure it is of equal distance from each team. Ask one member from each team to come forward to view the model for 20 seconds.
Send this person back to their team, when they should then instruct the rest of the team on how to build the model. They are not allowed to touch the model themselves. After one minute ring a bell or ask the teams to send another person to view for 5 seconds. This continues until the first team declare that they have the perfectly replicated model. The model is checked and if they are correct, they win, if not the exercise continues. The exercise can continue until all teams have finished.
This simple communications game should throw up plenty for discussion:
- How accurate were the instructions?
- How hard is it to re-create something without being able to see?
- How difficult is it to view but not build?
- How pressured were individuals?
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