Non-verbal Introductions

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Divide the group into pairs. Taking turns, each member of the pair should communicate to their partner as much about themselves as they can without speaking or writing (drawing pictures is allowed). For example they might point to a wedding ring or draw a picture of their house. To make the exercise slightly easier, and to keep the group to time, the facilitator could call out the topics and when to changeover.

Finish the exercise by having everyone introduce their partner (verbally). Also allow the partner to make corrections and fill in missing details.

Additional information

This exercise is similar to Paired Interviews but the interviews are done non-verbally.


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